WhatsApp’s game over! Modi Govt for common people. Messaging App Sandes Launched

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Sandesh messaging apk download
Sandesh messaging apk download
Sandesh messaging apk download
Sandesh messaging apk download



Sandes is a messaging app developed by the central government. The best part of this app is that foreign apps won’t be able to steal your privacy and data. The app has been developed by NIC (National Informatics Centre), which is part of the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY).

If you’re worried about WhatsApp’s Privacy Policy, you’re worried now. Now you’ve got rid of all sorts of messaging apps. The Modi government has opened the new messaging app Sandes to the masses.

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Sandes App launched in App Store

The Modi government has launched the Sandes app for the masses. This app has been released in the App Store. Any common person can download and start using this app.


Government employees have already done the test of Sandes app


It may be noted that the Modi government had developed the Sandes app in the recent past to take the privacy issue seriously. Initially, the messaging app was used by government employees. It has been opened to the general public only after the successful test of the app.

Sandes app launched in iOS

On February 18, the app has been launched for iOS. This app has been launched in the Apple App Store. You can download it to the iPhone. APK File has already arrived for adroid phone users. But the google play store doesn’t currently see the app.

Android Phone Users Can Download Apk File

The APK file of the Sandes app has arrived. You can download this file directly and start using the app. Click on this link for download – https://www.gims.gov.in/dash/dlink

It may be noted that Sandes is a messaging app has been developed by the central government. The best part of this app is that foreign apps won’t be able to steal your privacy and data. The app has been developed by NIC (National Informatics Centre), which is part of the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY).