Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is an embodiment of transparency and honesty, recently urged the citizens to contribute to his party through the BJP app. He donated a sum of Rs 1000 to the app and also urged others to contribute.
He tweeted: “You can contribute any amount from Rs. 5/- to Rs. 1000/- via the ‘Narendra Modi Mobile App.’ Your support and contribution will strengthen the resolve of our Karyakartas to serve the nation.”
Additionally, he urged the citizens to spread the message and promote transparency in the process. He followed his first tweet with another one saying: “I urge you all to contribute to the Party through the App and spread the message of transparency in public life.”
One impressive feature of this app is that it doesn’t entertain any amount of above Rs 1000.
Not only Narendra Modi but other party leaders such as BJP President Amit Shah, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj too contributed towards it. After transferring funds to the Narendra Modi app, the ministers also sent out their tweets.
Tweet: Amit Shah
“As a BJP karyakarta myself, I have donated an amount of Rs 1,000 to the party through NM app. I appeal to all our karyakartas and well wishers to join the initiative for bringing in transparency in public life and donate.”
Tweet: Sushma Swaraj
“Transparency in public life is very necessary. Feeling the same requirement, the BJP has run a campaign to gather small amounts from its workers and supporters on the “Narendra Modi app” This can be given in amount ranging from 50 to Rs 1000. The amount of more than Rs 1000 is not accepted (sic).
“I have also given a sum of Rs 1000 on this app yesterday. I request all the BJP workers, supporters and well-wishers to give up their contribution to the campaign to maintain clearness in public life,” she added.