India272 mobile app to facilitate new volunteers for party's vision
GN Bureau | January 8, 2014
BJP Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi has launched a mobile application, “India272+” in view of the recent mandate issued during the recent state assembly elections and to achieve the magic figure of 272 in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.
The application is available on the Google Play Store and can also be downloaded for free for Android phones, mentioned a report in NDTV.
The application, launched on January 1, aims to spread BJP’s mission 272 on a wider scale, across the country.
The mobile application can be used by volunteers to participate in open forums, share thoughts and give ideas for Modi’s future speeches. Volunteers can also share their most recent updates via social media and through mobile applications like WhatsApp.
The report quoted a tweet by Modi which said that the app will further empower volunteers to contribute to the mission more effectively.
The PM candidate said that the app would also help in drawing new volunteers to the India272 platform. Prior to the recent assembly elections that took place in the five states, a website “India272” was launched by the party.
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