Tale of 2 cities, and two sides of the poster business
| Sunday | 31st March, 2019
People are working over night now as orders are placed as per the campaign programme set by the candidate.
Noida/Ghaziabad: With 14 dedicated workers toiling day and night by turn, it’s a busy time at Lalit Printers in Noida’s Sector 10.
We have done business of less than Rs 2 lakh,” said Vinod Kurma Veenu, who has been in the business for the past 20 years.Ashwani Sharma of the district media cell of BJP said that all campaign material has been provided by the party.
“This year, we have only taken orders from the office of MP Mahesh Sharma as we did not want opposition people to be at the same place.
The workers in this shop have been printing banners, posters and brochures for political parties in Uttar Pradesh for the last 30 years, but now their business is largely focused on catering to the BJP.The orders have just started pouring in for the poster-maker.
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