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May 27, 2023 14:35
CVoter Survey: A Big Majority For Narendra Modi

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Narendra Modi with 282 assembly seats sworn in as Prime Minister on May 26th 2014. To embark the nine years administration of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, CVoter has conducted a survey. Five among three Indians opined that Modi’s government is more about Hindutva and Nationalism. Modi started construction of the Ram temple after the supreme court verdict and the Kashi corridor was completed. He also completed the structures of the Ujjain Mahakaal Temple and raised religious tourism in the country.

According to a CVoter survey people are more satisfied with Narendra Modi’s welfare schemes. Schemes like Ujjwala Yojana for gas connections, free electricity connections, Mudra loans, Cash for farmers, and Swatch Bharat Toilets have played key roles. Central government schemes reached even the small streets of India.

Modi’s decisions were controversial at times like farm laws and demonetisation. 42 per cent felt that he made timely course corrections. The passage of the citizenship act 2019 was a landmark amendment made by the Indian government, where nearly 50 people were killed in the protest.

According to the CVoter Survey, almost 60 per cent of people think Narendra Modi has raised the global image of India. His diplomatic engagement tours are gaining attention. His recent 3 nation tour was successful, every act of him is creating positivity in Narendra Modi’s administration. Modi fever is still in the public who voted for him 9 years ago. While nearly 40 to 45 per cent of people are not happy with Modi's regime.

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