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Use of virtual world helps political parties reach out to voters, from war rooms

The political scene has changed a considerable amount over a few decades. The Election is now much more Study about Data Digital and Science than ever before. It has emerged as an essential tool of communication and has created new ways of specific political mobilization.

The success of BJP’s online campaign in 2014 Lok Sabha election was phenomenal based on 3D’s. The Digital media changing the picture of urban India and political parties are becoming tech-savvy and realizing that social media is the only way to reach out to the youth.

Devang Dave- BJYM IT head

Ravi Shankar Prasad, Union Minister for Electronics and Information Technology, has played a key role in this long journey.

From promoting New Tech at events to reaching out to other nations to join hands with India, Prasad has played a pivotal role in promoting the development and integration of emerging technologies and fostering a vibrant ecosystem of new tech startups that are actively contributing to India’s technological and economic development.

The BJP is making full use of its IT wing to groom new tech-savvy leaders, who would serve the party and the organization for decades to come. One such growing leader who is making a path for himself from the IT Wing is, Devang Dave.

The BJYM’s National Convenor for Information Technology and also Member to IT Board, Govt of Maharashtra, Dave has been instrumental in various successes of the party on the digital frontier.

Currently, he is playing a prominent role in managing the War Room and controlling various activities like Research, Booth Management for Election Administration of Union Minister for Information Technology, Devang is taking all pledge in himself to lead the IT and social media for the e-Development of India and enhancing efficiency through the use of Technology.

A Nationalist to the core of his heart, a magnanimous and dedicated worker of his party, young Devang Dave is undoubtedly a splendid talent for BJP in coming years.

Written by Mrityunjay Chaubey

Mrityunjay Chaubey is a co-founder of TheYouth. He hails from Indore. Before The Youth, He has worked for Indian Defence News as a columnist.

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