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Bharat24 widens reach with 207 correspondents reporting from all constituencies of Hry, Punjab
Chandigarh: Another feather has been added in the cap of Jahan Tak Bharat, Wahan Tak Bharat24 as the channel has increased its reach to 207 assembly seats of Haryana and Punjab. 207 correspondents of Bharat24 will now knock on the doors of Haryana and Punjab Government.
The correspondents of Bharat24 will cover 90 Vidhan Sabha seats of Haryana and 117 of Punjab. The correspondents reached Chandigarh on Sunday in large numbers to participate in the programme organised at the Press Club.
Bharat 24 is the first national TV channel whose 4,000 reporters are alert and active in every corner of the country. Channel’s News Control Room Head Sandeep Mishra, Consulting Editor Shishir Awasthi, Haryana, Punjab and Himachal news editor Dr Thaneshwar Sharma and Punjab’s senior reporter Sarvjit Singh Sodhi briefed all the reporters on how every small and big news on the assemblies of Haryana and Punjab reaches the viewers of Bharat24.
The reporters also shared the experiences of working in the past with Dr Jagdeesh Chandra. All the correspondents were also advised to stay connected with all the social media platforms of Bharat24.