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Modi to do live video chat on Friday

Ahmedabad, Aug 30: Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi will become the first Indian politician to have a live video-chat with ordinary netizens on August 31. The face-to-face conversation will be conducted on a unique Google
India TV News Desk September 25, 2012 18:38 IST
India TV News Desk
Ahmedabad, Aug 30: Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi will become the first Indian politician to have a live video-chat with ordinary netizens on August 31.



The face-to-face conversation will be conducted on a unique Google application called Google+Hangout, which allows a maximum of 10 people to join a video conference which will be telecast live on YouTube.
 
The question-answer session will be anchored by Bollywoood actor Ajay Devgan who has invested in a solar project in the state.
 
Under the unique initiative organised by the Vivekananda cell of the Gujarat government's youth activities department, one can ask a question to the chief minister on the two topics picked by him — ‘Strong and Glorious India cherished by Vivekanand' and ‘Be the Youth of Vivekanand's dreams'.
 
Netizens  have to put questions at www.narendramodi.in