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Shekhar Suman Joins BJP: Explains ‘Difference Between Saying And Doing

Shekhar Suman Joins BJP: Explains ‘Difference Between Saying and Doing.

Discover why Shekhar Suman joined the BJP and his insightful perspective on action versus words. Learn about his political journey, past endeavors, and the significance of his decision.

Stay informed of the latest political developments. There is a difference between saying and doing’, why did Shekhar Suman say this after joining BJP?

Popular actor and TV host Shekhar Suman joined the Bharatiya Janata Party on Tuesday.

He took membership in the saffron party in the presence of BJP national general secretary Vinod Tawde at the party headquarters.

After joining the BJP, Shekhar Suman expressed his gratitude to the top leadership of the BJP including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Amit Shah and Vinod Tawde, JP Nadda, and Anurag Thakur.

Shekhar Suman joins BJP: There is a difference between saying and doing.

While addressing the media during this time, he said that till yesterday he did not know that he would take this step. He also thanked God for this decision.

Till yesterday I did not know that I would sit here today because many things happen in life knowingly or unknowingly.

I have come here with a very positive mindset and I want to thank God that he ordered me to come here.

A person relies a lot on his words and after a while, words have no importance because there is a difference between saying and doing. – Shekhar Suman

Have contested elections before.

It is known that this is not Shekhar Suman’s first step in politics. Earlier, Suman contested for the Lok Sabha seat from Patna Sahib under the Congress banner in the year 2009.

In this election, Shekhar Suman was contesting against former BJP leader Shatrughan Sinha. However, he had to face defeat and he stood third. Suman resigned from Congress in the year 2012.

Election Commission strict on Deepfake and AI in Lok Sabha elections, fake posts to be removed from social media within 3 hours.

Political parties have received stringent guidelines from the Election Commission about the use of bogus content on social media.

The Commission told all the parties that the fake posts brought to their notice would have to be removed from social media platforms within three hours of the complaint.

The Election Commission has given these guidelines to all political parties to use social media during their election campaigns while maintaining responsibility and purity.

Remarkably, deepfake videos featuring Congressman Rahul Gandhi, Bollywood star Aamir Khan, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, and actor Ranveer Singh have been taken down from various social media accounts lately.


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