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Modi best suited to adopt people’s agenda in 2019: National Agenda Forum survey

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By analysing opinions from more than fifty seven lakh National Agenda Forum Volunteers, it is still evident that Indians are still happy with the reign of current prime minister Narendra modi, majority of the volunteers voted for current prime minister as the ‘leader best suited to adopt and execute peoples’ agenda.

About 11 per cent wanted Rahul Gandhi to be their leader thereby Rahul Gandhi bagging the second position.

Out of chief ministers from various states aravind kejriwal, present CM of New Delhi bagged the first position followed by Mamata Banerjee (West Bengal), Naveen Patnaik (Odisha) and Nitish Kumar (Bihar).

Various non-political personalities were also nominated by the volunteers to be their political leader including Amir Khan, Akshay Kumar, Anna Hazare, Baba Ramdev, Nobel laureate Kailash Sathyarthi, Ratan Tata, Raghuram Rajan.

Other intresting facts NAF team found out was the ten priorities of Indians that includes ensuring social, political and economic empowerment of women realizing that men and women are partners with equal rights. To protect the interests of farmers and help them to become self-reliant without exploiting them for political purposes.

Economic equality that ensures sustainable growth and progress and promotes equitable development with a humane approach. To develop an ecosystem for youth to meaningfully participate, engage and make an effective contribution in nation building.

To empower citizens with knowledge and practice to ensure access to clean water, food and air for themselves and the community. To ensure national integration and communal harmony rooted in personal friendship with and respect for persons of other faiths and communities and promote the usage of Indian languages to improve capabilities of its citizens to understand and communicate effectively. To make children ‘model citizens’ and help them realize a glorious future with education rooted in Indian culture and its realities.

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