This chapter focuses on a horizon scanning of publicly available smart city applications made by different urban municipalities that were submitted towards the 100 smart cities challenge. The figure of the smart citizen in India reinforces historical and contemporary paradoxes of identity and belonging. The imaginary of the smart citizen revolves around a particular demographic – a group that has been outspokenly supportive of the use of Information & Communication Technology and smart cities. The Sakal Times infographic of the smart citizen encourages Indian citizens to perform a newly found digital identity. The making of 100 smart cities in India has initiated a radical transformation in the understanding of what constitutes citizenship in an urban age. The first indications of the production of ‘netizens’ became apparent in the draft preceding the final smart city guidelines in 2014. The citizen consultations highlighted several key processes in the making of smart citizenship.