Lok Sabha Election 2019: 'Republic Bharat Ki Bus’ Returns To The Studios After Travelling The Length And Breadth Of The Country, Watch Their Journey Here

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No analysis will be enough to gauge the pulse of the nation than being with the citizens and talking to them. WATCH | Republic ‘Bharat Ki Bus’ reaches the studios back after travelling the length and breadth of the country; here’s what the reporters had to say about their journey

Written By Joel Kurian | Mumbai | Updated On:

No analysis will be enough to gauge the pulse of the nation than being with the citizens and talking to them. In the election season, numerous reporters travel across the length and breadth of the country, but Republic Media Network had a unique way to do so during the Lok Sabha polls. Our journalists battled the gruelling weather and many other tough conditions on ‘Bharat Ki Bus’ to report from the least-known locations to well-known names to bring every news and graphic concerning the elections.  

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As the bus landed back at the studios in Delhi, Republic Media Network’s reporters revealed that they reported 50-100 breaking news over the course of their journey , reaching the people and even becoming a part of them to understand the country’s mood. The journalists shared that they met the Adivasis in Jharkhand and Chattisgarh and even the other areas where people complain that no one reaches them. 

Not just that, well-known politicians travelled with them on the bus. Even candidates spoke about their campaign and other plans in the bus.

They shared that the common people connected with them would identify them from the bus. The citizens informed them of their issues and ask the reporters to address and be very open about it. 

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The Republic ‘Bharat Ki Bus’ undertook a journey of thousands of kilometres involving villages, fields, cities and much more. 

Republic Media Netwok’s Editor-in-Chief  Arnab expressed his pride and called it a ‘new experiment’ while congratulating the reporters for over 100 progammes from 40-50 locations. He termed them as ‘fantastic professionals’ and even stated that he will also join next time. 

 The Republic ‘Bharat Ki Bus’ had kicked off its journey on April 8.


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