Dikshit to 'hangout' with citizens on Google
Not so internet-savvy Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit will on Saturday go online to interact with the people of the city on instant messaging and video chat platform, 'Google Plus Hangout'.india Updated: Nov 28, 2013 22:40 IST
Not so internet-savvy Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit will on Saturday go online to interact with the people of the city on Google Plus Hangout.
Dikshit would go online at around 12:30pm on November 30, three days ahead of the December 4 Delhi assembly polls, and interact with people, mainly the youth, for about an hour from Google's office.
Congress rivals BJP and AAP have been very active in their use of internet and have also frequently used the Google platform to establish a connect with the youth.
AAP convener Arvind Kejriwal has time and again used the platform to connect with people in India and abroad while Gujarat chief minister and BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi is active on micro-blogging site twitter.com.
A team of young IT professionals have made the necessary arrangements for Dikshit's interaction through webmedia. They have been specially hired by the party for the Delhi elections, Congress sources said.
First Published: Nov 28, 2013 21:20 IST