In the history of Indian politics and Prime Ministership PM Modi is the most adored prime minister among the people. He started his political journey as the Kankaria ward secretary of the Jan Sangh in 1965 in Ahmadabad. Later in year 1972 he joined RSS and set up a unit of the RSS’s students’ wing, the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad. Modi entered mainstream politics joining BJP in 1987, and was promoted as the General Secretary of the Gujarat unit within a year. He was also a part of the coalition government BJP had formed for a brief period in 1990.
Later in 2001 Narendra Modiwas appointed as the chief minister of Gujarat. He held his tenure of being chief minister ship from 2001-2014.
In year 2014 Narendra Modiwas elected as the Prime minister of the country ever since then he is holding Narendra Modiis holding a badge of Prime minister of the country. During the tenure of his Prime Ministership, PM Modi took some extensive decision for country.
Demonetization: On November 8, 2016, Narendra Modi sucked out 86% of the currency in circulation by value in the Indian economy. The decision was taken against the advice of two successive RBI governors, Raghuram Rajan and Urjit Patel. It was done on the wrong premise that there was too much cash in the economy (12% of GDP); that the currency withdrawn – Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 were very high-value notes (and, instead, Modi introduced Rs 2,000 notes!); that the move would eliminate all black money in the system as well as fake currency.
Scrapping of article 370 and 35A: abolishing of Article 370 and 35A is a big milestone for the unity and integrity of India. The scrapping of 370 and 35A was to bring J&k state on the regular platform as the rest state.
Goods and Services Tax: The GST is the indirect tax that subsumed a variety of central and state levies and replaced a cascading and complicated tax system. It transformed India’s 29 states into one market with one set of tax rates. The UPA government UPA government had sought to pass the GST law, but it was the NDA government that managed to do so. The GST Council, formed with the states having two-third vote and the Centre a one-third vote, is a rare example of cooperative federalism. To their credit, the government and the GST Council have been responsive and have resolved many issues and simplified the tax slabs and procedures. It’s still a work in progress
Swachh Bharat: The Swachh Bharat Mission was announced to make India ‘open defecation-free’ by 2019. Over 9 crore toilets have been built, and coverage of rural sanitation has risen to 98% from about 40% in 2014. Many municipality areas in the country have been declared open defecation-free (ODF). The program brought discussion about cleanliness and sanitation to the mainstream. This may be the Modi government’s most successful program, and an important one, with effects on the health and dignity of the poor
Surgical Strike on RTI: In July 2018, the government sought to amend the RTI Act to empower itself to decide the salaries and tenures of Information Commissioners. The RTI law gives Information Commissioners a term of five years. Salaries of members of the Central Information Commission (CIC) and heads of the State ICs are equal to that of Supreme Court judges, while ICs in the states are placed on par with a Chief Secretary.