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In his letter to Misra, the Deputy Chief Minister sought details of social media campaigns for ‘Make in India’, ‘Narendra Modi app’, ‘Startup India’ and ‘Digital India’.

Sisodia sought to know details regarding central government’s agencies, private advertisement and event management companies, saying that whether bidding process was adopted by the Centre for advertisements for Centre-run schemes on Google, Facebook, Youtube and Twitter.

“For social media campaign, payments have to be made through credit cards and credit limit only. Which department, government-run agencies or private agencies’ credit cards and credit limits were used for making payments for social media campaign for centre’s schemes?” asked the Deputy CM.

He also sought to know who has developed ‘Narendra Modi app’ and who has the ownership right of this app and how much money was spent on advertisements for the app.