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Shri Narendra Modi will speak with you LIVE, face-to-face over Google+ Hangout on 31st August 2012

All you have to do is post a question, either a video or a text question

Speak with Shri Narendra Modi on “Strong & Glorious India long cherished by Swami Vivekananda!” Be the youth of Swami Vivekananda’s dreams!

The initiative is organized by Vivekananda Cell, Sports, Youth & Cultural Activities Department, Gujarat

In a yet another initiative to connect with the people of the country, Gujarat Chief Minister Shri Narendra Modi is all set to speak with you LIVE, face-to-face over Google+ Hangout on 31st August 2012! Google+ Hangout is an application on Google+ that facilitates group video chat with upto a maximum of 10 persons.

We come across excerpts of interviews of politicians & leaders on television or newspapers or online, but it is for the first time that a common man gets to ask questions to a CM LIVE! All you have to do is post a question, either a video or a text question here! The last date for submitting questions is 27th August midnight.

For those who have always wanted to have a word with Shri Narendra Modi in person, this is the time for them! Speak with Shri Narendra Modi on “Strong & Glorious India long cherished by Swami Vivekananda!” Be the youth of Swami Vivekananda’s dreams! The questions posted here will be shortlisted and the selected questioners will be invited to join Shri Narendra Modi on Google+ hangout. The Hangout will be broadcasted LIVE on youtube! So, if you are not on the ‘Hangout’ session, you may as well watch it Live on YouTube!

The Google+ Hangout with Shri Narendra Modi is scheduled to happen on 31st August 2012, the 5th Friday of August 2012. To participate, you need to follow Shri Narendra Modi on Google+. To go to his profile and follow him, click hereThis initiative is organized by the Vivekananda Cell, Sports, Youth & Cultural Activities Department, Gujarat & Google is the official partner of this initiative.

On an international level, among others who have interacted live with people before on Google+ hangout are USA President Barack Obama and Australia Prime Minister Julia Gillard.

Being abreast with modern technology is icing on a cake and Shri Narendra Modi has had an influential web presence since he came to power. Connecting with people on social media has been nothing new for Shri Modi. The tech-savvy CM already has a huge fan following on social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook, with more than 8 lakh followers on twitter and more than 6 lakh fans on facebook! His Google + account which was created only 2 months back, already has a huge followers base of more than 90,000!  Shri Narendra Modi has always believed in open exchange of views with people on a regular basis be it through any medium.

In India, when people talk about taking technology to the doorstep of common man, nobody misses out on making a mention of Shri Narendra Modi, as he is known for having a penchant for modern day technology and providing the same to the people residing in remote areas. He is committed to offering transparency in whatever work the state government takes on hand.

In a bid to achieve mass participation, the Chief Minister in the past has made optimum use of technology that has helped improvise governance and also speeded grievance redressal procedure. An example of this is Gujarat government’s SWAGAT e-governance system, a UN award winning initiative of Gujarat!  The government through e-governance has resolved thousands of long-pending complaints!

So, make the most of this chance to speak with Shri Narendra Modi, the leader who has envisioned and implemented change for good and post your question now!

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