ABP News CVoter Survey On Modi Govt: The BJP-led Narendra Modi government at the Center has completed 9 years. On 26 May 2014, Narendra Modi became the Prime Minister of the country for the first time. In 9 years, the government brought many public welfare schemes and also implemented them.
Was the Modi government successful in implementing public welfare schemes without corruption? ABP News is understanding public opinion on many such questions. C-Voter’s ‘Mood of the country’ survey was conducted for ABP News, in which 2,118 people across the country gave their opinion on the question related to the schemes of the Modi government.
Desh Ka Mood Survey: Do you think Modi government was successful in implementing public welfare schemes without corruption?
Yes-45%< br/>No – 46%
Can’t say – 9%
In the survey, maximum 46 percent people answered ‘no’. Which means that so many people involved in the survey believe that the Modi government has not been successful in implementing public welfare schemes without corruption. One percent less than this i.e. 45 percent people answered ‘yes’ that the Modi government was successful in implementing public welfare schemes without corruption. At the same time, 9 percent people said that they ‘can’t say’ about this.
What is the stand of the Modi government on corruption?
Significantly, PM Modi and the ministers in his cabinet often talk about attacking corruption. Targeting the main opposition Congress, PM Modi reminded a statement of late former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi that when one rupee goes from Delhi, 15 paise reaches the ground.
Recently Karnataka assembly elections, PM Modi reminded the statement of the former PM, accusing the Congress of grabbing 85 percent commission through its five guarantees. In fact, the Congress was constantly besieging the BJP in Karnataka by calling it a ‘government of 40 per cent commission’, in response to which PM Modi targeted the Congress. In the survey, the public opinion on the Modi government regarding corruption is shocking.
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