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PM Modi uses app to pick poll nominees, making netas worry

DNMUM418026 | 7/12/2018 | Author : Manan Kumar | WC :299 | India

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New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has adopted a new method to shortlist election candidates through his NaMo App, leaving many MPs and MLAs worried about denial of tickets.
A link on the app -- People’s Pulse -- has asked citizens to choose three of their favourite leaders from their constituency. The one who emerges as the most favourite in the survey will be considered strongly by BJP’s 14-member Central Election Committee (CEC) headed by PM Modi and BJP president Amit Shah.
To ensure people’s participation in large numbers in the survey, BJP’s IT team will try to get the app downloaded by at least 10,000 people in every Assembly constituency. They will be taught to use the People’s Pulse option to pick their can
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