Chandigarh August 4: Haryana Chief Minister Mr Manohar Lal said that the present State Government has started 125 e-services in the State which not only helped in keeping a check on corruption, but also resulted in saving of about Rs 700 crore of the State exchequer.
Mr Manohar Lal was addressing the party representatives after launching an app in Digital BJP Programme organized during the training camp of State Party representatives in Faridabad today. He launched the app by pressing the button. Incharge of Party Affairs in Haryana, Dr Anil Jain and that the BJP State President Mr Subhash Barala were also present on this occasion.
Now, after the launch of this App, the coordination and communication of the entire Party would be done through electronic medium. Moreover, the divisional level representatives of the Party would also be able to apprise the national leadership about their activities with the help of this App. The Chief Minister said that today digitalization has become the foremost requirement of the country as this not only helps in saving time and resources, but also enhances efficiency. Apart from this, digitalization could also help in keeping a tab on corruption. He also highlighted the benefits of digitalization being done in Haryana.
Speaking on this occasion, Incharge of Party Affairs in Haryana Dr Anil Jain said that BJP has emerged as the largest political party of the world and this app would tremendously help this huge organization in exchange of information and acquaint every worker of the party with its history.
BJP State President, Mr Subhash Barala said that Information Technology is also the favourite subject of Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Mr Manohar Lal. He said that the speed with which the country is being digitalized by the Central and State Governments, in the same series BJP is also being digitalized. He assured the Central Leadership that Haryana BJP would make the best use of this app in the interest of the Party.
National Convener of this app Mr Arvind Gupta was also present on this occasion.