MUMBAI, INDIA, November 21, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Abhishek Manu Singhvi back in Cong panel to participate in TV debates.
The Congress on Friday brought back Abhishek Manu Singhvi, a former AICC spokesman as one of the leaders to put forward the party view in the electronic media.
"He (Singhvi) has been brought back into the panel of leaders who participate (in debates) in the electronic media," AICC general secretary Janardan Dwivedi said.
He always had time to appear in the electronic reports channels and has ensured to contribute his bit by submitting his voice to the print media. His association with the media has been noted since a long time, with the help of his expression force and communication through his amusing and humorous, self-possessed non emotional conversational talks. It wasn't a child's play to snare and trap the political leader cum keen author in the media's discussions due to his sermon and speech when articulated cleared about his deep thoughts and expressions about any given topic, be it current or what happened off late! Dr Abhishek Manu Singhvi reflects his stature of being an attractive source to the dynamic and ever-popular televised urban privileged and influential class of the society.
Dr Singhvi is a renowned name and an inspiration by achieving name not just on the professional front, but an active writer and a known media face, the commentator has appeared in several chat shows and interactive programs in the commonly spoken languages: English and Hindi in the various television channels and printing publications. He has always been the face of media and continues to enthuse and motivate the youth of present youth of India by his social and cultural organisation, arbitrary discussion topics related to law etc! He was willing to attend candid chats and be a known face to the media to express his views!
He is a great leader and his knowledge is just commendable.Abhishek Manu Singhvi is one of the most intelligent and bright minded politician in congress.The Congress has nominated some leaders, including Union ministers, party spokespersons and MPs, to participate in discussions and debated on television news channels.
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