Minister’s having video chats with the common man is not common occurrence in India. However, Gujarat Chief Minister may well change the face of politics on social networks in this country. The tech savvy Minister will be live on Google+ Hangout video chat to answer questions of the people of India. Web users are invited to post questions by 27th August. Few, selected candidates will be able to join Chief Minister Narendra Modi in a video chat.
The outspoken leader of Gujarat aims at addressing people of the nation face to face on 31 August. YouTube will broadcast the entire chat live. Although it has been suggested that the topic of discussion pertain to “Strong & Glorious India Long cherished by Swami Vivekananda, majority of the questions posed by net users have been in regard with corruption, economy, scandal, and development.
Individuals that are interested in participating in the discussion can post their questions here. Since a maximum of 10 users at a time are allowed on Google Hangout, users will be selected based on their questions and invited to join Chief Minister Narendra Modi online.