NaMo app Launched to Collect Public Opinion on Demonetization
Prime Minister Narendra Modi newly introduces the NaMo App. This App is mainly intended to conduct the survey with 10 questions on demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes. The Govenment of India is taking the public opinion regarding the demonetization. Initially what we need to do to participate in this survey is downloading the NaMo App on our mobile.
NaMo/ Narendra Modi APP/ APK Download for Ios/ Android & Windows to Tell Public Opinion on Demonetization
Different questions in the survey incorporate regardless of whether respondents confronted any issues while exchanging notes, and whether respondents feel that land costs will be influenced by demonetisation. The study finishes up with an open-ended question on suggestions that the respondent can make on facilitating currency woes. No time span has been determined for running the survey.
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) November 22, 2016
NaMo App Questions
In NaMo App the questions will be provided with multiple choices such as Yes, No, Can’t Say. The simple thing we need to do is selecting the apt answer what we feel and submitting the report. And also a couple of questions contain the Pie charts, where we should mark the level of inconvenience caused for us due to demonetization of old currency. All the 10 questions are particularly intended to find out the solution for today’s problem of money transactions.
In these series of 10 questions, 9th question will make you think. It states: “Do you believe that some anti-corruption activists are now actually fighting in support of black money, corruption and terrorism.”
The answers are a decision amongst “yes” and “no”, with no alternatives in indicating who these could be, in this manner risking of damaging a whole category of non-governmental activists and their work and in reality several political parties restricting the move to demonetise. PM Narendra Modi tweeted the overview from his own twitter handle @narendramodi instead of @PMOIndia since the NaMo application is private and does not fall under the government. The public feedback obviously, will go to the Prime Minister.