The question of how many parties in India used to make Cambridge analytics, this question is becoming increasingly growing. The important thing is that in this case the British Parliament is investigating who is willing to share it with the government. Perhaps after this some of Anilitika’s game plays in India.
Whistle Blower Christopher Wiley of the Cambridge Analytica Case tweeted that in 2012, Analytica did caste analysis for a national team. The British Parliament is investigating this whole issue. Members of the Committee of the Investigation Committee, Simon Hart said that they are ready to share the investigation with India.
British MP Simon Hart said that ‘When we started investigating, we did not expect that we would also discuss that elections in India would also be affected by extracting data like this … And without Cambridge Analytica Regardless of how political data is being used, it was working … It should be a matter of concern. ‘
When asked about the statement of the British MP from Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, he said, ‘The Parliamentary Committee of the UK is investigating.’ I do not have to say anything on the comments of any member of the committee. Will be done.’
Christopher Wylli has also named JDU in his tweet, stating that in 2010 the company had worked with JDU. But who is the national team with whom Analytica worked? On this question, both Congress and BJP are debating on each other.
Congress leader Pramod Tiwari said, ‘The BJP has a deep and old relationship with Cambridge Anilika, JD-U has also taken help of Cambridge Analytica, it has come to light with evidence,’ Congress leader Pramod Tiwari said on the latest disclosure of Bisal Blower. In 2010, how close were the BJP and JD-U? ‘
Senior BJP leader and Rajya Sabha MP Vinay Sahasrabuddhe said, ‘It will be necessary to analyze the new facts, but in this case, the Congress’s accountability is formed that why it misused the data to influence the voters.’
Now waiting for the British Parliament to complete the investigation so that is clear. In the case of Cambridge Analytica, new disclosures are happening every day … and political allegations and reciprocity are increasing in this regard. But in the midst of this political debate, the question has become very important that Cambridge Analyst tried to influence the election process in the wrong way in India.