Friday, April 17, 2009

Narendra Modi- Best Chief Minister of India for 2009

Narendra Modi - India Economic Summit 2008Image by World Economic Forum via Flickr
When it comes to politics, it doesn’t matter if you are a man or woman, illiterate or educated, urban or rural, old or young, Hindu or Muslim, upper caste or Dalit.
Everybody has an opinion and everyone believes he or she is right. Narendra Modi is not among the dozen or so men and women who barely conceal their prime ministerial ambitions but if a political version of “Indian Idol” were to be chosen, irrespective of these divides, the Gujarat chief minister is likely to win hands down.
Since 2002, when INDIA TODAY and pollsters AC Nielsen-ORG-MARG broadened the scope of the Mood of the Nation poll to assess the performance of chief ministers across the country, Modi has always been rated among the five best chief ministers in the country.
In our last three polls, he has held the number one slot and this year, with a nationwide approval rating of 20, Modi polled almost as much as the first and second runners-up, Sheila Dikshit (11) and Nitish Kumar (10), put together.
For the 15th Mood of the Nation poll, 12,374 voters in 19 states were asked to rate the performance of the chief ministers of their own states as well as their perceptions about the chief ministers of other states. Though chief ministerial writ does not extend beyond the boundaries of the respective states, some like Modi have come to acquire a pan-Indian image.
That Modi’s approval rating is a phenomenal 80 per cent in his home state should come as no surprise, but what is truly astounding is that across several states, he has got between 20 and 25 per cent of the votes.
Across the country, 12 per cent of voters who voted for the Congress in the last elections say they will vote for Modi if they get a chance. Proof perhaps that people believe in his development mantra.
The overwhelming endorsement is also a proof that despite the controversies that have surrounded Modi these past few years, people are by and large taken in by his image as an absolutely incorruptible politician, something that sounds like an oxymoron these days. Read full story here.

Narendra Modi says:
"For me whole Gujarat is SEZ - Spirituality, Enterprise and Zeal"
"IT+IT=IT Indian talent + Information technology = India Tomorrow"
"Desire + stability = ResolutionResolution + Hard work = Success"

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  1. many many happy return of the day.
    Mahesh Barot.
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  2. Beyond doubt Narendra Modi is the the Best CM
    as every media and political party is trying to attack him and finish him politically by one or the other way's
    and even with all these tensions and even under recession gujarat is the only state having 13% GDP growth while the whole national average itself is only less than 5% at now

    it is the only state which provides every villages with 24hrs electricity and all the places are connected with each other with good quality roads

    According to report from World Bank by 2015 Gujarat will be the one and only developed state

    in the last central budget 23.6% income for the whole nation came only from gujarat

    and this yr Rs 3 trillion is going to be invested in gujarat for developmental purposes where as the whole nation is investeing Rs 5.6 trillion out of which 3 trillion is from gujarat alone.

    it is the only state in the country which has solved water problem upto 90% today and according to UNO water problem will be completely solved by 2011 in Gujarat

    and he is one of the very few politicians who is 100% clean with no corruption

    and more than all these he is having is fans all over the world and all political parties of India.

    From :
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  3. Yes Narendra modi is no1 CM of INDIA definately. My favourite politisin too. He give good devlopment to GUJRAT. Congratulation for ahmedabad results