Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Monday fired fresh salvo at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying that he's the "big boss who likes to spy on Indians".
“Modi’s NaMo App secretly records audio, video, contacts of your friends & family and even tracks your location via GPS. He’s the Big Boss who likes to spy on Indians,” Rahul tweeted.
The Congress president also accused Modi of forcing 13 lakh NCC cadets to download his personal mobile application, which Rahul alleged, leaks data to American companies.
“Now he wants data on our children. 13 lakh NCC cadets are being forced to download the (Narendra Modi) APP,” the Gandhi scion said.
Earlier on Sunday, Rahul had accused Modi of having compromised the personal data of millions of Indians, who had downloaded his personal mobile application.
“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,” Rahul Gandhi tweeted.
Hitting back, BJP's national Information & Technology in-charge Amit Malviya accused Rahul of leaking data of Congress’s official app users to Singapore companies.
Malviya tweeted in a similar way to Rahul and said, “Hi! My name is Rahul Gandhi. I am the President of India’s oldest political party. When you sign up for our official App, I give all your data to my friends in Singapore.”
The BJP IT cell chief even went a step ahead and accused the Congress party of sharing its app users’ data with Maoists, Chinese embassy and Cambridge Analytica.
“When Congress says they will share your data with like-minded groups, the implications are grave. From Maoists, stone pelters, Bharat Ke Tukde Gang, Chinese embassy to globally ‘renowned’ orgs like Cambridge Analytica, the field is extensive and wide open,” Malviya said in a series of tweets.