New Delhi: The BJP on Tuesday claimed a website launched by it to get feedback from people on a voluntary basis and encourage their participation on issues being flagged by the party has got an enthusiastic response.
Jan Samvad, one of the 20 sub-committees formed by BJP Election Campaign Committee chief Narendra Modi, is aimed at encouraging people`s participation. It had launched a website www.Jansamvad2014.In to get feedback from the people.
BJP General Secretary Dharmendra Pradhan, who heads the sub-committee, claimed in a statement that e-mail invitations to over 60,000 people have been sent.
"The success of Jan Samvad can be gauged from the fact that almost immediately about 10,000 people have visited the portal and so far around 3,000 persons have participated in a feedback survey- in both Hindi and English- on the website within the first week itself," the statement said.
Rameshwar Prasad Chaurasia, MLA from Bihar and co- incharge of Uttar Pradesh, Manohar Lal Khattar, and Nalin S Kohli, National Executive Member & incharge for Mizoram, are the other members of Jan Samvad.
Jan Samvad (dialogue with the people) is voluntary and participative nature in which a core group of professionals, researchers, analysts, media professionals among others, are undertaking all activities on a voluntary basis.