Inspiring response for the publicity campaign of Social Justice Conference

Thu, 11/28/2013 - 22:05 -- fahim

Monday, November 14th, 2011
Press release:

Delhi: The Social Justice Conference organized by Popular Front of India at Ramlila Maidan, New Delhi on 26th and 27th November is enjoying overwhelming support by different sections of the society. The Publicity campaign of the conference has reached the nook and corner of the country. The message of Social Justice is reaching to the most interior parts of the nation and the masses are made aware about the importance of Social Justice.

Thousands of people gathered in public meetings conducted in many cities across the country. Similarly seminars and symposiums on the theme “Build the nation on Justice” were organized in metro and major cities. To spread the message at more granular level meetings and corner meets were conducted at district and taluk level. The rallies and programmes attracted huge public participation even in place where Popular Front has lesser presence. Publicity over social networking sites and video sharing networks is being widely viewed and well received.

As the conference day is nearing an extensive publicity campaign is specially designed for the national capital. The publicity campaign will include conference theme related posters, handbills, folders, audio -video cd’s and booklets. Conference campaign teams will be conducting public programmes in different localities of Delhi. Corner meets and mobile video shows will be held beginning from 15th of November.

Another motivating factor is the support and cooperation we received from social activists, organizations, intellectuals, media, police and administration. Train ticket booking for the conference has also begun in various states. Special buses are being booked from areas surronding Delhi. The overwhelming support of the masses received makes us confident that the public participation for the Social Justice conference will surely exceed all our expectations.

Sincerely,

Anis Ahmed,

Media In-Charge

Social Justice Conference.

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