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Modi govt spent ₹4,343 crore on publicity, reveals RTI query
Modi govt spent ₹4,343 crore on publicity, reveals RTI query
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Modi govt spent ₹4,343 crore on publicity, reveals RTI query
PTI
Mumbai, May 14, 2018 19:21 IST
The Narendra Modi government has spent ₹4,343 crore on publicity since it came to power in May 2014, an agency under the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting has said in reply to an Right to Information (RTI) query.
The expenditure was incurred on advertisements in the print and electronic media as well as outdoor publicity, the Central government agency said in response to the application filed by city-based RTI activist Anil Galgali.
The Bureau of Outreach Communication under the Ministry said the government spent ₹4,343.26 crore on advertising its programmes across media platforms.
This included ₹1732.15 crore on advertisements in the print media (from June 1, 2014, to December 7, 2017) and ₹2079.87 crore in the electronic media (from June 1, 2014, to March 31, 2018). A sum of ₹531.24 crore was spent on outdoor publicity (June 2014 to January 2018), it said.
Tapan Sutradhar, Financial Advisor, Bureau of Outreach Communication, provided expenditure details on publicity campaigns from June 2014.
“Print media included newspapers, magazines, while electronic media covered TV, Internet, radio, digital cinema, SMSs etc. Outdoor publicity included posters, banners, digital panels, hoardings, railway tickets etc,” the reply stated.

 

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