5 Times PM Modi Proved to Be the Ideal Leader of Our Country
Narendra Modi is considered one of India’s most influential and admired political leaders; he has been serving the country as Prime Minister since 2014. During this period, Narendra Modi has done some remarkable work that proves that he is an ideal leader of our country. Some of his decisions were indeed futile, for which he should be criticized. Nevertheless, putting all the criticisms and praises aside, All That Trending introduces you to some of the best decisions taken by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Uri the Surgical Strike
Pakistan never behaves like a good neighbour to India and always tries to drag our country down by any means. Indian soldiers have been a victim of Pakistani soldier’s cowardly brutality as they never dare to confront Indian soldiers face-to-face and always target behind our back. In 2016, four terrorists attacked Indian security forces when they were sleeping. The entire country was in shock and anger when this incident happened. And that’s when our Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave Indian Army permission to retaliate against that brutality, and the Indian Army did the same.
Removal of Article 370
According to Article 370 of the Indian Constitution, Jammu & Kashmir get the special status of states. But in 2018, the Supreme Court of India made this article in-operative; this could happen due to the constructive approach of the Narendra Modi government.
Make in India
Make in India is one of the most significant national programmes started by PM Modi. The primary goal of the Make in India programme is to facilitate investment in the country, ensure product quality, boost research & development, and create skill-based jobs.
Swachh Bharat Abhiyan
PM Modi launched the Swachh Bharat campaign on 2 October 2014. The primary goal of this campaign is to make people aware of hygiene and improve civic sense.
Goods and Services Tax
Goods and Services Tax came in India as major tax reform in 2017, and this could happen only because of our Prime Minister Narendra Modi.