By John Vidal,Reuters – The political and social transformation in India is being driven by technology.
With the rise of social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook, India has been turning into a hub for political discussion, creating a platform for citizens to share their opinions and views.
But it is also a place for political opponents to attack politicians and activists for not following the party line, as many Indian media outlets have been doing.
India has seen its political climate change in a very clear way, especially since the last elections, according to a report by the think tank Centre for Strategic Studies.
This is because of social networks, especially Facebook, which allows citizens to communicate with each other and the government, in real time.
India is the most digitally connected country in the world, with the average population of 4.4 billion people, according data from the World Bank.
Social media is the next stage in this evolution.
It allows citizens from all over the world to communicate on an almost unlimited scale, and in the process, build political connections.
The most important reason for India’s shift towards a more digitally driven environment is its political environment, said Rahul Singh, director of the Centre for Social Media at Columbia University.
It is the only developed country where social media has become the key driver of political change.
In India, the new platform has created new political possibilities, Singh said.
There are new voices and different perspectives, he said.
It has given people more freedom to speak their mind.
But it also has created a new political environment where the right to voice one’s opinion and voice it publicly is more important than ever before.
The new platform, known as OTT News, has more than 40 million followers.
Its founder and CEO, Amit Bansal, has been at the helm of OTT for more than a year.
It has been an exciting journey for Bansal and the company, he told Reuters in an interview.
OTT is a platform that allows citizens and activists to share, debate and spread their views.
We need to move away from the traditional media model and look to new forms of communication that are much more participatory, and where people are free to have their voice heard, said Bansal.
Bansal said his company will try to help India get back to its traditional media roots, which were built around a single party, the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).”OTT News is one of the platforms that will enable us to push for this,” he said in an email.
Bannedal said he is not interested in a return to the days of old newspapers or radio, where a politician’s position was always known.
India was in the middle of a political transition that saw several leaders in power, including the then-chief minister, Narasimha Rao, being ousted.
In 2013, the BJP won the election, taking power and appointing a government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is credited with the success of the party.
It is the BJP that is the dominant political party in India, which has ruled India for more years than any other country.
Banishals political career began in 2014 when he joined the BJP.
Baniya was not immediately available for comment.