AAP’S PRESSER BLUES

Hindustan Times (Patiala) - - Htpunjab & haryana -

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) lead­ers love to ad­dress re­porters at the drop of a hat, but haven’t learnt the art of or­gan­is­ing press con­fer­ences well. The party called jour­nal­ists to its Chandigarh of­fice on Wed­nes­day for an ex­pose by Jus­tice Zora Singh, a re­tired high court judge who joined the party last month, on the “role” of the Badals in sac­ri­lege cases. Be­sides a me­dia man­ager from the party’s Delhi of­fice, two leg­is­la­tors and some other lead­ers were present at the much-hyped event. The press corps also turned up in full strength, but the seat­ing ar­range­ment was not proper and there was no sound sys­tem. Zora Singh spoke softly and was not au­di­ble to most. Then, a bar­rage of ques­tions fol­lowed from all sides, lead­ing to chaos. All in all, an event that will be re­mem­bered for poor plan­ning than any­thing else!

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