2019 General Election Management System Is Disguise For NaMO App Tool?
2019 General Election Management System Is Disguise For NaMO App, The ‘NaMo App’ was made to reach as many Indians and connect with them, is it now being used to gauge the mood and understand their opinion of an ongoing issue? The issue of National Register of Citizens (NRC) has been storming half of the country and dominating the political arena, now it has also got its space in the Narendra Modi Mobile App too. One of the questions which might have popped up for any of the five million users of the application on their devices on Friday was, “Do you think that the opposition parties are politicising NRC at the cost of national security?”
The NaMO App is downloaded and used on a voluntary basis by millions of people in India who support the Modi government and chose this platform to reach their role model PM Modi directly.
While Prime Minister Narendra Modi interacted with women associated with self-help groups in Patna using the app and intends to use the application more for future occasions, the aforementioned question questions the very purpose of the app.
On one hand, the PM uses it for welfare of the people of this country while on the other, it is used to understand a citizen’s outlook towards the current crisis in Assam.
With the people of Assam are in dilemma and struggling to find their names on the NRC draft list to make sure of their existence as citizens of this country and secure their assets, political opportunism is at its best.
Therefore, The election management system helps the participating candidates to urge real-time voter information, selection details, constituency wise, age wise voter’s analysis report, time-wise is often done. It offers an area for the duplicates voting or unfair vote wiped out totally different voter’s name or expired one. All The voter’s information is online and on all the gazettes exist in India like totally different reasonably phones (including Android), tablets, desktop/laptops, online using cloud design technologies.
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