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‘Mo CM Mo Ghare’ & ‘Selfie With CM’, BJD On Election Mode

23 January 2019

Debashish Maharana

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Bhubaneswar: 'Augmented reality' is the buzzword for the ruling Biju Janata Dal (BJD) which has stepped into election campaign with technology.

Named as 'Mo CM Mo Ghare', the idea is to offer an opportunity to anyone and everyone to click a 'selfie' with Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik.

While Naveen would not be present physically with the selfie aspirant, it will be a computer generated image of the Chief Minister which will be superimposed.

“It is a special way to connect with people, who can take a picture with the Chief Minister sitting right inside their home. The picture will be printed and handed over to them instantly," BJD IT Cell Chief, Amar Patnaik said.

'Selfie With CM' is going to be a massive programme which will be launched statewide. The programme will provide BJD workers and the public in general an opportunity to connect with the party and the Chief Minister better, Patnaik added.

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Amar Patnaik, BJD IT Cell Chairman