Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Bharatiya Janata Party have sought feedback from citizens through a survey on the NaMo mobile application. The survey, titled “People’s Pulse”, asks people if the mahagathbandhan – the Opposition’s grand anti-BJP alliance – will work, and also seeks ratings on various parameters of governance.
“I want your direct feedback through the survey,” Modi said in a video on his social media profiles on Monday. “Your feedback matters. Your feedback on various issues will will help us take important decisions.”
The survey is spread across nine tabs. After the user chooses their state and constituency, the survey asked them what they think of the progress achieved by the Centre in sectors such as affordable healthcare, prosperity of farmers, corruption-free governance, Swachh Bharat, national security, economy, infrastructure, creation of jobs, rural electrification and uplifting of poor people.