Narendra Modi launches mobile application called `India272+`
Ahmedabad: In a bid to consolidate the mandate received in the recent state assembly elections and achieve the magic figure of 272 in the upcoming Lok Sabha polls, BJP`s Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi launched a mobile application called `India272+`.
According to Modi`s website, the application is available on the Google Play Store and can be downloaded for free by Android users.
The application, which was launched yesterday, seeks to take BJP`s Mission 272+ to a wide range of volunteers across the country.
The mobile application enables volunteers to participate in open fora and share thoughts, ideas for upcoming speeches by Modi.
The application allows volunteers to share latest updates through social media including Facebook and Twitter as well as smartphone applications like WhatsApp.
"Launched India 272+ mobile app. The app will further empower volunteers to contribute easily, effectively and creatively," Modi tweeted.
While launching the mobile application, Modi expressed confidence that it would go a long way in not only strengthening the bond between existing volunteers, but would also draw more volunteers to the India272+ platform.
Modi welcomed the innovative use of technology in expanding the larger BJP family and seeking the contribution of the volunteers.
Earlier, a website India272.Com was launched before the recent assembly polls in the five states.
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