When you do a scheme or take an iniative, you understandably want "good" publicity....but there has been enough "bad" publicity around this laptop scheme, that can be preceived as negative or embarrassing.
The key point is not what the intention of CM/Punjab Govt was, but what the preception is.
Personaly, I believe it's just a move to win over some of the youth vote (as no doubt you would expect me to :) ), and there will be others (PMLN supporters) who will believe its a genuine iniative to support the students. Why knows, maybe the truth is somewhere in between??
But my point is, "bad" publicity creates a negative preception which counters any good intentions intended. Therefore, bad publicity is to be avoided....
I don't think I would be wrong in saying that there has been enough bad publicity (for whatever reason, political/personal) in the press that has taken the gloss off the scheme....
Posted 3 years ago on 04 Apr 2012 13:33 #