The prime minister’s son and unearned consultant Sajeed Ahmed Wazed has urged Awami League lawmakers to refute anti-government info through the effective use of social media.
More familier as Joy, the prime minister’s son created these remarks throughout a workshop titled ‘Introducing Members of Parliament Through Social Media’ at the Awami League President’s offices in Dhanmondi on Sunday.
“It is not any longer doable to receive votes by doing all your job and simply sitting around,” he said/ “This is that the age of promotion. we tend to should refute info by publicising our achievements.”
Joy aforementioned he believed a continual info campaign has been current against the Awami League since 1975.
The government ‘has involved this propaganda’ even once ‘all the work it’s done’, said Joy. this is often why it’s now not doable to only permit your work to talk for you, he said.
Joy, WHO is that the prime minister’s consultant on info and Communication Technology, urged those at the workshop to create social media posts concerning the event work done by the govt..
“Try to post a minimum of once on a daily basis,” he said. “You will even post double or thrice. Share the posts that we tend to build. These posts will go infective agent.”
“I recognize that mistreatment technology is typically tough, however you want to attempt. we’ll assist you the maximum amount as we are able to.”
“And if you’re uncomfortable, or don’t feel brave enough to try and do therefore, I request that you just rent a private secretary WHO will post on social media.”
MPs are educated the way to get their accounts verified, said Joy. Such accounts can become their official accounts, he said.
“In this manner we are able to reach individuals, particularly kids, and say what we’ve to mention, inform a lot of individuals of the work we tend to do and challenge the unfold of info.”
The three-day workshop was organized by the Awami League and inaugurated by the party’s General Secretary Obaidul Quader. State Minister for info Technology Junaid Ahmed Palak, among others, spoke at the event.