After globalization in 1990 India has rarely witnessed a substantial, authenic and bygone move. As of now when Modi’s government came into action times have changed drastically. Modi was clearly optimistic ever since he decided to stand for the people and his policy declared “minimum government, maximum governance.”
For much of modern democratic history, media has been considered one of the most powerful agents of democratic accountability. Extensive empirical research has demonstrated the connection between a free press and governance. Modi has strongly built the connection with the people through his free press and media. Today as soon as a teen turns 18 the concerned authority members offer you door step service to make voting cards, pan cards, etc.
Since past decade we witnessed revolutionary practices against castesim, reservations, etc. but these time for the consistent five years India is going to witness several developmental practices which didn’t came into play in last decades. After the hard-hitting step of Demonitisation India had lots of hopes from our Prime Minister. The landslide election victory in India’s biggest state is remarkable indeed. This is a new ray of sunshine, optimism and expectancy. The BJP government was struugling tough to win the elections in UP since long. This time the results came to favour them. Citizens of UP and Uttrakhand are rejoicing because they know they are in safe and active governance now. This move has been possible only because of active leaders like Amit Shah, the president of Bhartiya Janta Party and ofcourse the PM Narendra Modi.
The fact of thought behind Modi’s success ratio is his zeal, enthusiasm, keenness factor and the wild young blood rushing through his veins. That is what the youngsters of India appreciate and commend. This very characteristic of Modi about identical thoughts like that of youths is leading him towards India’s successful development agendas. There we had APj Abdul Kalam who was admired by youths for his dynamism and vigourous personality and now we have this man who has won million hearts.
The most appreciable thing that Modi does is being active on social media platforms. It promises him active participation and walking along the foot steps of todays generation. It also lets him to be in regular touch with fellow countrymen. Another considerable move he made is by maintaing global relations with other countries. He has set a different level of India in other countries by doing regular visits, which also helps in strengthning Indians bond with other nations. Walking on the third year of Modi’s successful governance we can acknowledge that Modi isn’t fake. He has given us many reasons to blindly trust him. Whatever he speaks in his speeches he proves them through his actions. Also, his words are not scripted or planned. He let his heart pour out infront of hi very own public. This is unlike any other national politicians which makes him idiosyncratic and distinctive. He made India recognised in a different way by by propagating the idea of International Yoga Day. This led to a wide revolution of teaching and learning of yoga all over the world. The idea of an International Day of Yoga was first proposed by Modi during his speech at the UNGA, on 27 September 2014. During his UN address he suggested the date of 21 June, as it is the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere and shares special significance in many parts of the world.
Indians support this leader of the people and want him to be there for the people as he is elected by the people. We want him to be consistent in his office and prove his credibility.