A meeting was convened at the BJP State Office in Jaipur on Friday, bringing together divisional officials associated with the Namo App campaign. The session, chaired by BJP State Vice President and Election Management Committee Coordinator Narayan Pancharya, delved into strategic discussions with campaign volunteers.
During the meeting, Narayan Pancharya emphasised the importance of the Namo App, developed under the “Developed India Ambassador” campaign, as a pivotal initiative of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The ambitious campaign is envisaged as a milestone towards achieving the goal of a developed India.
The target for Rajasthan involves the download of 3 million Namo Apps to ensure the campaign’s success. District Campaign Chiefs will oversee the implementation and monitoring, with three District Vice Presidents acting as co-chiefs in the campaign.
Namo App State Coordinator Avadhan Charan outlined that IT and social media district coordinators, along with their teams, will provide technical support during the campaign’s events to ensure its success.
The target is to achieve a minimum of 500 Namo App downloads at each event, as well as attendees downloading the Namo App are required to complete their profiles promptly.
State Coordinator for the campaign, IT Narendra Katara, specified that each morcha, except the Youth Morcha on February 10, will organize events in various divisions.