3 years of Modi Government: Citizens give thumbs up
Since the time Narendra Modi took oath as Prime Minister of India in May 16, 2014, there has been a long list of achievements in his leadership.
Modi, along with his government, went ahead and boldly introduced agenda's like Make In India, Housing for All, Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, Jan-Dhan Yojana and many others.
His government has looked in every matters right from Indian economy reforms to campaign of building toilets.
Not to forget, the passage of long-hanging GST bill - which is expected to be implemented on July 2017 and demonetisation drive to tackle black money.
In the month of May, Modi and his government completed three years of leadership.
A survey carried out by LocalCircles show that around 44% citizens this year felt that government has met expectations – marginally down from 46% last year. Meanwhile, only 17% believed government has exceeded their expectations – which was again down from 18% of last year.
When asked about government's performance in parliament and opposition benches in third year – a 65% citizen said government effectively handled the Parliament and passed key bills. Passage of GST bill was one of the crucial bill in the third year.
65% citizens gave thumbs up to the growth in infrastructure development in fields of irrigation, roads, telecom etc. as a result of NDA government in third year.
Local Circles said, "Citizens were asked if they felt that doing business had become easier in the last 3 years on which votes were divided. 36% citizens said yes, while 36% said no and 28% were not sure."
Whether, cracking down of black money has been successful after note ban exercise - 51% said it has while another 37% disagreed.
Moreover, approximately 69%, remain optimistic about their family’s future in the country. Only 23% citizens believe that healthcare facilities and services have improved in the last 3 years.
Between May 26 - June 15, 2017, the Modi government has planned to organise an event in Guwahati, Bengaluru, Pune, Kolkata and Jaipur. A campaign called ''New India" will be run by Modi in these days.
Within these 20 days, 74 ministers will ask about governments performance in a total of 900 cities.
Around 59% of the citizens who polled believe that the government will fulfill the promises made in its pre-election manifesto, which is a fairly high trust factor.