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Senior Journalist Aditya Kant to interact with the Children

Organized by Digital Baal Mela and sponsored by LIC ” Baccho Ki Sarkar Kaisi Ho?” – under the campaign, a dialogue session will be organized on May 7. In this interaction session, Aditya Kant Sharma, Senior Executive Editor of ‘The Statesman’ will directly interact with the children of the country . The subject of discussion will be “Political Journalism- Prestige and Challenges associated”. In the session, children will get the chance to know about the nuances of political journalism.

Let us tell you that Mr. Aditya Kant Sharma is a resident of Himachal Pradesh who has been in the field of Journalism for around 2 decades . He has worked in the states of Rajasthan, Himachal, Punjab and also Delhi. It is worth mentioning that along with political journalism, he has also done journalism in the field of assembly, medicine, crime and law. Mr. Aditya Kant ji is also a writer along with journalist, and he has recently published his book “High on Kasol”, which was also appreciated by Bollywood personalities like Kangana Ranaut.

Janhvi Sharma, the founder of Digital Baal Mela, told that under the campaign Baccho Ki Sarkar Kaisi Ho? – a special children’s session of the Himachal Pradesh Vidhan Sabha will be organized on June 12. In this, 68 children from all over the country will participate. Vidhan Sabha “Bal Satra” will be the first children’s session of Himachal. HP Vidhan Sabha Speaker Kuldeep Singh Pathania has given this wonderful opportunity to the children. Himachal Chief Minister Mr. Sukhwinder Singh Sukhu met the children at his residence in Shimla and warmly welcomed this campaign.

This online interaction session will be joined by children who have already registered for the Baccho Ki Sarkar Kaisi Ho campaign. Children will get a chance to ask questions from the honourable guest during the session . Also , it is important to note that only children of age 8-17 years can participate in the campaign and register before 15th of May.

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