MP Congress withdraws controversial order on social media savvy ticket aspirants


Bhopal, Sep 8: Days after the Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) urged all ticket aspirants to enhance their presence on social media , the party withdrew the order on Saturday.

It has earlier said that aspirants should have 15,000 likes on their Facebook page, 5,000 Twitter followers and a WhatsApp group of booth-level workers. Aspirants were also instructed to like and retweet every post on the MPCC Twitter account.

The previous letter said that ticket aspirants should have 15,000 likes on their Facebook page, 5,000 Twitter followers and a WhatsApp group of booth-level workers.

"Having Facebook page and Twitter account is mandatory. Being active on WhatsApp is mandatory. It is mandatory to have 15,000 likes on the Facebook page, 5,000 followers on Twitter and having a WhatsApp group of booth members in the neighbourhood," the letter had said.

Aspirants were also instructed to like and retweet every post on the MPCC Twitter account.

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