PM Modi seeks feedback on government, on grand alliance through NaMo app – India Today

How do you rate the performance of the Modi government? Well, it’s not the Opposition but the prime minister himself who wants the people of the country to respond to this query.

Ahead of the crucial Lok Sabha elections, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has appealed to the citizens to give a “direct feedback” through a survey launched on his NaMo App.

“Your feedback matters. It will help us take important decisions. Will you all fill that survey and also urge others to do so,” the prime minister said in a video message posted on Twitter and Facebook.

Interestingly, the survey also asks people whether they think the “mahagatbandhan” in their respective areas will work.

The survey is expected to help gauge the public mood and also decide the party’s issues for the upcoming general elections. It is also likely to play a part in the selection of candidates.

The survey seeks response on NaMo App — which is available on Android as well as iPhone — to government promises like healthcare for all, farmers’ well-being, employment opportunities, education, law and order, price rise, corruption-free governance, Swachh Bharat, economy, national security, among others.

Sources claimed there is a possibility that even sitting members of Parliament may be dropped if rated poorly by the voters.

On completion of four years of his government in May last year, the prime minister had launched a similar survey on his NaMo App to rate the government.

In September last year, the NaMo App introduced customised merchandise such as NaMo t-shirts, fridge magnets, pens, mugs, stickers and caps for Narendra Modi and BJP followers.