New Delhi: After Pankaja Munde’s selfie in drought stricken Latur attracted widespread criticism, BJP has decided to act and teach their leaders the correct etiquette of the art of selfie.
A 3 days workshop will be conducted in Delhi starting this Friday and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the selfie-man himself, will be conducting this workshop. All senior leaders of BJP from all over India are expected to attend this workshop.
As per the leaked program of the workshop, Narendra Modi’s lecture will be followed by a practical game. Participants will be given various situations and then asked questions like, if Arnab is watching you, will you click a selfie here, is this 1 selfie worth 1 hour of humiliation on The Newshour, are you willing to trend for a day on social media over a selfie etc.
Making this announcement, Minister of state PMO Mr. Jitendra Singh said, “Following PM Modi’s footsteps and taking selfies everywhere you go is appreciable but not advisable. There are many things one must keep in mind before deciding to click a selfie. We are not millennials who absolutely have to click a selfie every few minutes. We are all seasoned politicians and must act like it.”
As per sources, after this workshop, PM Modi is also considering a Mann Ki Baat program on selfies. “Mr. Modi is always focused on the problems our youngsters face and a poor quality selfie is one of the biggest problems facing urban youth today. Some youngsters are even losing their lives while trying to click that perfect selfie, it is about time Government took note and worked to stop such tragedies”, a PMO source said explaining the rationale behind this.
Meanwhile, LK Advani has refused to attend this workshop. “My photo has been removed from party posters, now what will I need any photo for?” asked Mr. Advani.