Rahul expresses concern over Arogya Setu App, Priyanka calls for audit of PM Cares Fund

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Congress General Secretaries Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra have questioned some choices of the federal government. While former get together president Rahul Gandhi has expressed considerations about knowledge safety and privateness violations from the Arogya Setu cell utility, Priyanka has demanded an audit of the PM Cares Fund. According to the federal government ordinance, the PM Cares Fund can’t be audited. Priyanka has additionally posted a letter from the District Magistrate of Bhadohi, Uttar Pradesh, on Twitter, asking folks to take hundred rupees.

Arogya Setu App A sort of state-of-the-art surveillance system

Rahul Gandhi wrote on Twitter that the Arogya Setu app is a state-of-the-art surveillance system, which has been outsourced to a non-public operator. <! –

                 He wrote that know-how can provide us safety however concern shouldn’t be used to trace residents, that too with out their consent. Apart from Rahul Gandhi, Congress chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala has additionally raised objections to the Arogya Setu app. They say that many specialists have raised questions concerning the violation of privateness from this app.

App required for all government-private staff

The Arogya Setu app helps the consumer to know if they’re prone to an infection with Kovid-19. It additionally informs folks methods to keep away from the corona virus and indicators of an infection. In the brand new pointers issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs on Friday, it has been made obligatory for all residents residing within the Containment Zone to obtain the Arogya Setu App. This app has additionally been made needed for workers of all authorities and personal corporations. The duty of its compliance in personal corporations is given to the pinnacle of the institute.

Government division is charging hundred rupees for PM care

Congress chief Priyanka Gandhi Vadra has demanded an audit of the PM Cares Fund. He says that transparency can be good for the federal government in addition to the folks. The central authorities had created PM's fund on 28 March for Kovid-19. Priyanka wrote on Twitter, "When the public is triumphant, there is scarcity of ration, water, cash, and the government department is charging the most hundred rupees for PM care, then it would be appropriate from every perspective that PM Care's government Audit should also be done. 68,000 crores of bank thieves who have fled the country are forgiven, it should be accounted for. Transparency in front of public is critical in times of crisis. It is good for both the public and the government. "

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