“If there’s one thing you do today, let it be this,” tweeted a Congress supporter hashtagging #DeleteNaMoApp. Over the past two days, ever since the Cambridge Analytica scandal broke out in the U.S, the Indian political parties have also been under scrutiny for using the services of the digital media firm, which allegedly extracted data from over 50 million Facebook users. US President Donald Trump was a client of Cambridge Analytica, and, according to reports, so is Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Congress on Friday remarked that the Prime Minister’s NaMo app, which is not affiliated with the Indian government, has been using the software to extract personal data from Indian users.

This data, according to the Congress, will be used to influence the upcoming elections.

Infuriated users on Twitter accused the ruling party of accessing user’s personal information via mobile, including photographs, contacts, location, microphone and social media accounts. Referring to Nirav Modi, who fled Indian after looting millions of dollars, many tweeted that while Chhota Modi steals people's money, Bada Modi has been stealing people's personal information.

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