In India, politicians have less following compared to film stars and cricket players. Still, they have a good number of fan following in their area, city, state or even at national level which is completely based on politician’s popularity. Member of Parliament (MP), Member of Legislative Assembly (MLA), Ministers, Chief Ministers, President and Prime Minister have good number of fan following based on their popularity.
In this article, we have provided best tips and guide on how to meet Politicians in India. So, let’s see and read!
How to Meet Politicians in India [Best Guide]
1. Meet During Lok Sabha Session
Lok Sabha is the place where all the directly elected Member of Parliaments gather to create laws and discuss about various issues, and problems of India. Lok Sabha is also the best place to meet your favorite politician in India. However, you should have at least some level of contacts to get entry into restricted area where only Member of Parliament and staff allowed.
2. Meet During Rajya Sabha Sesson
Rajya Sabha is another place where you could meet politicians in India. You would find more rich politicians in Rajya Sabha because most of them are in-directly elected. Most of these member of Rajya Sabha have good influence over the society and country. In this method, you should also need to have contacts to meet your favorite celebrity.
3. Attend Political Rally
Most of politicians in India do political rallies to promote their political party as well as themselves. So, it is the best way to meet your favorite politician. However, you may require to deal with tight security of your favorite politician, if he/she is a minister of chief minister.
4. Request An Appointment
It is one of the best ways to meet politicians in India. You would get a response if your favorite politician is good and replies to everyone. You would get address from the official website of Rajya Sabha as well as Lok Sabha.
You would get office addresses of Indian politicians from this website.
Article Title: How to Meet Politicians in India [Best Guide]
Article last re-published on June 9, 2017.