RAHUL Accuses PM Modi of Selling Data Through His App

CONTINUING tirade against his bête noire Prime Minister Narendra, Congress President Rahul Gandhi has alleged that PM’s official App is sharing data without users’ consent. BJP has trashed it as a “fake story” and said he is rattled since the government has initiated probe into the allegation against Cambridge Analytica (CA).After the ruling party accused the Congress and its president of having links with the disgraced data firm, Gandhi on Sunday tweeted against NaMo App — the PM’s personal mobile application — based on a media report in which a French vigilante hacker has purportedly alleged that data was stolen from NaMo App without consent of the users. The Congress chief also accused the media of “burying” the story. Gandhi has tweet said “Hi! My name is Narendra Modi. I am India’s Prime Minister. When you sign up for my official App, I give all your data to my friends in American companies.”The Congress president also attached a news story titled “Data theft allegations reach PM Modi’s doorstep, French vigilante hacker’s stunning revelation.” Ruling BJP said that Mr Gandhi was “no match” for Mr Modi and it was “amusing” to see Congress chief’s “fright” about the app.Law, Justice   & Information Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad had earlier accused Rahul Gandhi of hiring and utilizing data provided by the disgraced CA during Gujarat assembly poll for influencing gullible voters. BJP has also alleged that inputs of Rahul Gandhi’s political speeches including  terming GST as Gabbar Singh Tax and other jibes are provided  by a data firm .It also handles Gandhi’s  Tweeter Account ,the Law Minister said. Congress has dismissed the allegation. The Congress President during his campaign for upcoming Karnataka assembly poll continues to slam demonetization and Goods and Services tax saying these have ruined national economy. The Government is sleeping over mounting unemployment problem, he said in election meetings.(image- The Hindu)

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