NaMo app data not leaked, says govt

Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi

The App in the name of India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi has put BJP in a tough situation.

The Congress president's tweet is an extension of his attack on Modi on Sunday.

In a blog post yesterday, Jain without making any reference of the NaMo App, said, "Given the recent discussion over privacy, security, and the role of service providers such as CleverTap, we'd like to clarify our stand on security, user consent, and data privacy.CleverTap doesn't sell, share, rent, re-market, or do anything amusing with publisher data".

A 3D animation of Prime Minister Narendra Modi depicting "Trikonasana" (the triangle posture) yoga was released on Sunday.

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"When you sign up for my official App, I give all your data to my friends in American companies".

- Referring to the agriculture sector, the PM said, from Mahatma Gandhi to Lal Bahadur Shastri, Ram Manohar Lohia, Charan Singh, and Devi Lal - all recognised agriculture and the farmer as vital aspects of the nation's economy and also for the common man's life.

Twitter was the battleground as the debate on the prickly issue escalated and the ruling BJP accused the opposition Congress of data "theft", saying it had taken off its app after the allegations came out in the open. On healthcare, the Prime Minister said, "We are concentrating on affordable healthcare along with preventive healthcare".

Rahul Gandhi took to Twitter to express condemnation against the privacy breach. But seeing his fright about the Namo App, is very amusing. It was also said that the app requests permission for specific purposes.

"When Congress says they will share your data with like-minded groups, the implications are grave".

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The BJP, however, rubbished the charge and alleged that the Congress chief was speaking a "lie".

Gandhi's accusations came just days after the BJP accused the Congress of hiring Cambridge Analytica in India, which is under scrutiny for improperly harvesting the personal data of Facebook users to influence elections in the United States and elsewhere. The firm is allegedly involved in social media data manipulation.

However, Congress said whatever is being said about the party's links with CA is absolutely false.

BJP MPs Poonam Mahajan, Pratap Simha and Rajiv Pratap Rudy were held up by Joshi as examples of MPs who were using social media effectively, said the first leader quoted above.

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