Narendra Modi reaches voters through high tech video raths
Gujarat assembly elections are due on 13 and 17 December and the political parties in the state are taking their best steps to reach voters. No doubt chief minister Narendra Modi has an edge over his other opponents, however, he is not a relaxed man.
NARENDRA MODI is doing his best to increase his vote share. To spread his message to a wider public in effective manner, Modi has taken help of technology
as evident from his four hi-tech 3D video Raths.
The 3D hi-tech raths named as “Aapni Padhke Aapna Mukhymantri” have been launched in the presence of local BJP leaders. These four raths are meant for four zones of the Gujarat. There is 8*10 LED screen attached with each of the raths with a camera.
The camera shoots the public standing in front of the screen and the LED screen in turn shows Narendra Modi delivering speech while standing on a small stage in the same public.
Notably during his first 3D rally, Modi had announced that the 3D video raths would explore 2000 villages of all districts.
The raths are covered with number of slogans written in the favor of Modi and at the same time criticizing the Congress rule in the state while claiming loudly and in bold words that the 40 years of disappointment, converted into hope in 10 years.
However, the raths have been criticized by the Congress government, which has asked the Election Commission to look into the source of funding for these raths.