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V. Nagaraj launches Groundbreaking App for Public Welfare in Ranipet Constituency

V Nagaraj, a renowned social activist proudly announces the launch of a revolutionary mobile application aimed at empowering citizens and resolving public grievances in the Ranipet constituency. The innovative app, aptly named “RANIPET, PEOPLE’S VOICE” is set to transform the way residents engage with their local government and access essential services.

With a deep commitment to public welfare and a desire to bridge the gap between citizens and their representatives, Mr. Nagaraj has developed this app as a powerful tool to foster transparency, accountability, and responsiveness in local governance. By leveraging the potential of technology, the app enables users to voice their concerns, seek assistance, and actively participate in the decision-making processes that shape their community.

Residents can easily register and submit their grievances directly through the app. The app ensures that these concerns are promptly forwarded to the relevant authorities, allowing for efficient and timely resolution. By fostering meaningful partnerships, the app aims to become an integral part of the governance ecosystem, benefitting citizens across Ranipet.

Commenting on the launch, Mr. Nagaraj stated, “Our vision is to create an empowered community where citizens are actively involved in shaping their surroundings. This app is a powerful tool that provides residents with a direct voice and a platform to address their concerns. By leveraging technology, we can bridge the gap between the people and their representatives, fostering a more participatory and inclusive democracy.”

The app is now available for download on both iOS and Android devices, free of charge. Citizens of Ranipet are encouraged to join this digital movement and play an active role in building a stronger and more responsive local government.

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