New Delhi: Ahead of the Lok Sabha elections, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has asked the people to fill up a survey form on the NaMo app that would help the party assess people’s issues and gear up better for the upcoming polls.

This call for feedback comes shortly after the BJP’s loss of ground in the key states of the Hindi heartland — Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan — in the Assembly polls.

The survey called ‘People’s Pulse' seeks responses from users also about the so-called grand alliance (mahagathbandhan). It asks whether they think it will impact their respective constituencies “Do you see any impact of the proposed mahagathbandhan in your constituency?” the question reads.

This comes days after Mayawati and Akhilesh announced the SP-BSP alliance.

The Prime Minister shared the video on Twitter and exhorted the people of the nation to participate in the survey. 

“I want your direct feedback on various issues... take part in the survey on the Narendra Modi App,” he tweeted.

Another question on the survey asks users about the three most popular party leaders in their constituencies. It has the potential to act as a crowdsourcing tool and prepare a list of candidates for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.

The survey poses multiple questions before the user, one of them being, “Name the three most popular BJP leaders in your constituency.”

Modi, who has always been very vocal about wanting MPs to engage in government programmes, said in the video: “Your feedback matters. Your feedback on various issues will help us make important decisions”.

BJP president Amit Shah took to the micro-blogging website as well and asked people to take part in the survey. “It is a great opportunity to share your feedback with Prime Minister Shri @narendramodi on various issues relating to our constituencies and governance. You can do that by taking the survey on the ‘Narendra Modi Mobile App' and do our bit towards a #NewIndia,” he wrote.

The survey asks participants about their state, constituency, their view on progress achieved by the central government in sectors such as affordable healthcare, the prosperity of farmers, corruption-free governance, Swachh Bharat, national security, economy, infrastructure, employment, and rural electrification.

The last few questions ask the users if they are feeling more optimistic about India’s future and if people would be interested in volunteering for the BJP.