Trivandrum: In an effort to improve public’s access to him, the Kerala Home Minister, Shri Ramesh Chennithala has launched a mobile application. The Android based mobile app is promoted as a platform for citizens to communicate with him, lodge complaints, put forward suggestions and to share their opinion.
Launching the mobile application in his chamber at the Government Secretariat in Thiruvananthapuram, the Home Minister said that the idea behind this initiative was to bridge the gap between the Minister and the people, and to get to know the pulse of the public on key issues concerning his Department and the State.
The mobile app ‘Ramesh Chennithala’ can be downloaded from the Google Playstore. It was launched by the Home Minister on the occasion of his completing one year in office today.
The application has a host of features to collect feedback from the public and provide information on matters pertaining to the police, including the phone numbers of key officials.
The app will carry information on the Minister’s daily schedule and enable citizens to fix appointments with him. “People can use this app to fix an appointment with me which will be allowed based on the daily schedule. Those who put forward valuable suggestions will also be able to meet me directly. The people will be free to share their views on various projects and initiatives of the Home Department as well as on policing,’’ he added.
The app will also have a facility for the public to report corruption to the Minister and an idea box for citizens to submit suggestions on various policies and programmes like the Operation Kubera, Safe Campus Clean Campus, and Nirbhaya. All these projects come under the Home Department. Another feature is the opinion poll on various policies and programmes being conducted by the department.
Kerala IT News