PM Modi likes to spy on Indians: Rahul Gandhi

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Mr Modi's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has denied the allegation.

"Congress deleted its own App from the App store after they were called out".

He also alleged that Modi was misusing his position to build a personal database.

He said that Ambedkar showed us that to succeed it is not necessary for a person to be born in an illustrious or rich family, but even those who are born in poor families in India can dare to dream their dreams and realise those dreams by achieving success. "Please visit us again in a while to access the INC membership process" What is the Congress party trying to hide?", Malviya tweeted.

Gandhi's comments spurred outrage on Indian social media and came after a security researcher under the pseudonym Elliot Alderson claimed on Saturday that the app was sending users' data to a United States-based company named CleverTap.

Modi is among the most popular politicians on social media globally.

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Congress spokesman Abhishek Manu Singhvi, who also addressed a press conference, said that the allegations of Congress collecting data through this app were the "half truth".

Rahul Gandhi took to Twitter to express condemnation against the privacy breach.

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A report by Hindustan Times said that the target was set on Friday in a dinner meeting that Modi and party president Amit Shah had with BJP MPs at the new party headquarters in Delhi.

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"Narendra Modi App is a unique app, which unlike most Apps, gives access to users in "guest mode" without even any permission or data".

"Inspired by Sonia Gandhi's "all power no accountability" dictum, Congress will take all your data, even share it worldwide with orgs like Cambridge Analytica but will not take responsibility for it!"

The BJP salvo came a day after Gandhi, citing a media report, accused Modi of leaking details of his official mobile app users to US firms.

"Hi! My name is Narendra Modi".

Congress spokesperson Abhishek Singhvi questioned how safe was people's money and their personal information under the BJP-led government in the wake of a string of bank frauds and allegations related to data theft.

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