Now You Can Directly Complaint Against Your Local MP To Prime Minister
A new initiative launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. It’s called the ‘Jan Man Survey’, and it’s available on his ‘NaMo’ app. This app has become quite popular for its role in connecting the Prime Minister directly with citizens like us. Now, with this survey, there’s a fresh opportunity for us to voice our opinions on various important matters.
The ‘Jan Man Survey’ is essentially designed to understand what people think about the government’s work and the performance of our local Members of Parliament (MPs). This may also help the BJP government in the upcoming Lok Sabha polls.
What’s unique about this survey is that it’s not just about the big picture of national-level policies, but also focuses on issues specific to our own constituencies. This means that whatever concerns or thoughts we have about our local areas can be directly conveyed through this survey.
Another interesting aspect of this survey is that it allows us to identify and highlight popular leaders in our areas. It’s a way of telling the government who we think is doing a good job at the local level.
This is part of PM Modi’s vision to use technology for better communication and to make sure every individual’s view is considered in the democratic process.
The survey itself is quite user-friendly. It has simple, straightforward questions that cover a range of topics like the impact of government schemes and projects. So, it’s not just about giving feedback but also about expressing what matters most to us as citizens.
To participate, it’s really easy. You can either visit the official website or download the NaMo App and log in there. Once you’re in, you can start sharing your thoughts and opinions. It’s a great way for us to contribute to the collective understanding of public opinion on important issues.
This initiative by the Prime Minister is a significant step towards inclusive governance, ensuring that the voice of every citizen counts. With technology like this, we’re seeing a more dynamic and interactive form of democracy in action.