Sameer Nair joins AAP

By on October 19, 2013


Former Star CEO Sameer Nair on Friday joined the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) to support its Delhi election campaign. He was the CEO of Star Entertainment India, the entertainment wing of the STAR India Network. He is also the former CEO of Imagine TV. In 2001, Rupert Murdoch hired Nair as programming chief for Star TV in India as part of a revamping to get the network to appeal more to a middle-class Indian audience.

“I am here to offer my expertise to AAP in whatever way possible to bring change in our society. In fact, a lot of my friends are ready to contribute in AAP’s communication work free of cost,” Nair said.

“Even though his family and business are based from Mumbai, he has recently been making frequent trips to Delhi to support and contribute in AAP’s communication strategy,” said an AAP statement.

“Being a Mumbai resident, I can’t vote in Delhi elections but has been asking all my friends, relatives and acquaintances in the national capital to vote for AAP,” Nair added.

“Sameer Nair joins AAP. Helping us with our communications. Thanks so much Sameer ji,” Kejriwal tweeted.

“Thank you Arvind ji, it’s an honour to be a small part of history in the making. And happy to help in every possible way,” Nair tweeted back.




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