BHIM App: Week-long Campaign Launched to Popularise Application
The campaign has been kick-started throughout the country at all levels, including booth levels.
The campaign has been kick-started throughout the country at all levels, including booth levels. (Image: News18.com)
BJYM activists, led by their chief Poonam Mahajan, launched a week-long campaign to popularise the BHIM application by helping policemen download the e-payment app.
The campaign, which was launched on the occasion of 37th foundation day of the BJP, will conclude on April 14.
Activists of the Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha started the campaign by helping policemen at Parliament Street Police Station download the app, which was launched in December last year by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
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They then also helped policemen at Daryaganj Police Station do the same.
"The Yuva Morcha is committed to fulfill Prime Minister Narendra Modi's dreams and connect lakhs of people to the BHIM app during the campaign," Mahajan, who is also an MP, said.
The campaign has been kick-started throughout the country at all levels, including booth levels, BJYM media in-charge Rohit Chahal said.
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