The people of Andhra Pradesh can now directly connect with the Chief Minister by downloading Kaizala Android App, a free mobile app developed by Microsoft. It was launched by our CM in Vijayawada on Friday, April 14th. AP citizens can now directly connect their cyber savvy our chief minister N. Chandrababu Naidu with their smart phones, and further support the government in its mission of a more transparent and a citizen-driven participatory governance that operates in real time mode. All you need to do is to download a free Kaizala chat-based app and get started.
Microsoft Kaizala App to Connect with CM
Here is the Process of ‘Connect with CM’ the following steps and get started Kaizala App
What is Kaizala: It is a productivity app for Android designed to track a user’s bills, jobs, and location, it also enables group conversation and communication by sharing relevant information and extracting value from a group chat.
- Kaizala Android App Download
- Click on “Get Started”
- Fill Your Name and Mobile Number
- And Click on “Next”
- You will receive verification code (like OTP) on your registered Mobile Number.
- Enter verification number into given field.
- Now you are ready to start your Kaizala App just click on “+” (which you can located at top right corner)
- A popup window will be appeared with two options 1. Start a chat 2. Create a group
- Click on Start a chat directly reach out to Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu with problems/feedbacks etc.
How to use Kaizala App
This feature is to act as a direct channel of communication between citizens and the chief minister. Using Kaizala, any one could directly offer opinion and feedback on any issue.
The app runs on Microsoft’s Kaizala platform. Calling it a “unique app in the world”, Naidu speak to reporters after launching the app that “This is a very interesting experiment. This is a milestone as we are moving for a real-time e-governance, and one that makes people partners in development.”
A note issued by Microsoft says, “the Kaizala app will be a direct point of contact to reach out to chief minister Chandrababu Naidu where he will be taking feedback as well as suggestions from citizens for better governance. This will enable people across Andhra Pradesh to share their problems related to harvests, climate, pension, ration, water etc. These inputs will further be used to review the workings of that particular department.”