Companies laud prime minister Narendra Modi in full page advertisements in newspapers
GN Bureau | November 10, 2016
Digital payment companies have showered praise on prime minister Modi for what they described as a bold decision to scrap currency notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 denomination.
Did @Paytm simply call up all the newspapers at 9 pm last night and took a decision overnight to publish a full page ad worth lakhs?— Agnivo Niyogi (@Aagan86) November 9, 2016
Shocking!Paytm comes with front page Ad in papers with PM's face lauding him for demonetisation announced at 8 PM.Advance info&Quid pro Quo? pic.twitter.com/BXHFQF7LDA— Prashant Bhushan (@pbhushan1) November 9, 2016
PayTM and print media wants us to believe that— AAP Ka Mehta (@DaaruBaazMehta) November 9, 2016
After 9 PM announcement,
Ad Team gathered
Designed an Ad
Sent it to media
Got it printed.
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