BJP launches YUVA, an internet TV channel for the Indian youth
10 Feb 2012

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has launched YUVA, an internet TV channel for the Indian youth. The YUVA TV would be webcasted between 5 PM to 7 PM every day on Yuva4India.TV. According to a party release, this initiative is an effort to connect with the masses in a sustained manner.

“With the launch of this internet channel, BJP aims to create a content rich, experiential and innovative platform to communicate, engage and motivate the Indian youth on various political, health, economics, current affairs and cultural issues and most importantly the voice of “Young India”. Apart from these programs, the party would continue ongoing live webcasts of its rallies and other events,” the release said.

 “Bharatiya Janata Party believes that today’s young generation is the catalyst of future growth and is committed to providing them platforms for positive and active participation in India’s political process. We also firmly believe in the need for creating open forums to show case exemplary work done, projects of Antyodaya and Good Governance by the party and other social organizations across India. We are confident that like our social media and online membership initiatives, YUVA too would also be a stellar success,” said Dr. Arvind Gupta, Convener National IT Cell, BJP.