Congress to start MOJO campaign to highlight people’s sufferings

According to the feedback received at the social media department of AICC, over 57 lakh people have posted live videos, which has reached up to 10 crore people.
Karnataka, K.C. Venugopal
Karnataka, Congress Leader K.C. Venugopal

New Delhi, June 7 : After ”Speak up India” campaign, the Congress is going to launch a MOJO campaign from Monday to highlight sufferings of the people and shortcomings in the system, sources in the party said.

All workers have been asked to record a video and post it on the Social Media. The campaign on Monday will start from Delhi, and will go state wise, sources said.

Congress Social Media team in Gujarat did a similar program on Sunday for rehearsal.

A meeting at Delhi State office bearers of the Congress party was held on Sunday to take stock of the preparation for the campaign. The states have been asked to highlight their issues and its part of ”Speak up India” campaign but the format has changed, said the source.

The ”Speak Up India” campaign launched by the Congress Party on May 28 to highlight the Central Government”s ”gross failure” had 57 lakh participants who posted live videos, and the campaign has reached up to 10 crore people, as per Congress estimates.

Party General Secretary organization K.C. Venugopal said, “Speak Up India emerged as the biggest and most robust digital protest movement in the Country.”

The Congress said the central government has failed to address the problems faced by the country”s migrant workers, farmers, daily wage earners, traders and small entrepreneurs.

The Congress claimed that hashtag #SpeakUpIndia has topped global trends on Twitter and Facebook.

According to the feedback received at the social media department of AICC, over 57 lakh people have posted live videos, which has reached up to 10 crore people.

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