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Who is The Most Popular Politician of Indian Political History?

India has a large list of influential politicians from Jawaharlal Nehru to Atal Bihar Vajpayee to Narendra Modi. These politicians have create a niche for themselves by deeply connecting with the people, debating exceptionally well in Parliament and also leading the nation well. The great political history of India has witnessed some of the most charismatic leaders who have led the country and served as an inspiration to all.

The top politicians who are among the most privileged in the nation certainly owe their name to the decisions they make, but that is not the primary source of strength for all of them. Prime Minister Narendra Modi , for example, has managed to deftly combine silence and secrecy with a novelty factor to lend ambience to his legislative mandate and thus became one of the most loved politicians in Indian political history. Instability is the latest ideology in politics, from surgical strikes to economic liberalization.

Most followed Indian politician on all social media platforms

let’s look at the numbers of his social media followings, One of the criteria to see how popular a person is. By the end of 11th June 2021, here are the followers count of Mr. Modi:-

Twitter: 68.8 million followers. {No 1 in India}

Instagram: 56.1 million followers.

Facebook: 46.6 million followers.

Total count of all three accounts is 171.5 million followers which makes Narendra Modi second most followed Indian on social media followed by Virat Kohli. He is also the most followed Indian politician on all these dominating social media platforms.

Narendra Modi- Current Prime Minister

In almost every respect, Narendra Modi is the most extraordinary man ever to become Prime Minister of India. He was not born into a political family, had few allies at the top of his party, never had a chance to build a national profile, and was written off by many observers after the 2002 Gujarati riots that led countries like the US to deny him a visa.

Modi made it to the top by playing the "outsider" card, by capitalizing on the leadership failure of Manmohan Singh and the corruption scandals that ruined UPA II, and by using social media and technology (including holograms) to convey his message across.

Having no godfather, he was his own man as Prime Minister, making his own rules and keeping his party in a state of fearful obedience. He also proved politically agile, ditching his pro-industry course for a more populist, pro-poor position. Such is the adroitness with which he and his closest confidants Amit Shah have led India that the opposition appears weak and confused.

All about our Narendra Modi

Narendra Damodardas Modi (born September 17, 1950) has been India's 14th Prime Minister since 2014. He was the Chief Minister of Gujarat from 2001 to 2014 and also the Member of Parliament (MP) for Varanasi. Modi is a leader of the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) and a Hindu nationalist voluntary organization, the Rastriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS). Modi is the first BJP leader to be elected for two consecutive term of office outside of the Indian National Congress (NIC).

In the 2014 elections, Modi led the BJP to an impressive victory, and for the first time since 1984, made a large space for the people in India's regional parliament, the Lok Sabha. The Modi Government has sought to increase foreign direct investment in the Indian economy and reduce spending on medical and rehabilitation programs. In the bureaucratic system, Modi has helped control productivity; he has concentrated control by dismantling the Planning Department.

In his second term, Modi's government withdrew the special status of Jammu and Kashmir, stripping it of autonomy in October 2019 and putting it under the direct control of the Union Government. The move was heavily criticized and challenged in court, not only because of the questionable legality of depriving the residents of Jammu and Kashmir of their right to self-determination, but also because the government sternly restricted communication and movement within the region.

In March 2020, Modi took decisive action to combat the COVID -19 outbreak in India, swiftly introducing strict nationwide restrictions to curb its spread, while the country's biotechnology companies became major players in the race to develop and supply vaccines worldwide. Prime Minister Narendra Modi became a ray of hope for billions of Indians and one of the most popular and loved politicians who primarily focuses on development. His slogan- “Main Bhi Chowkidar” went viral. With this slogan, he conveyed that he focuses on the dignity of labour and seeks the support of the working class.

Narendra Modi is the epitome of motivation as he rose from a poverty-stricken tea-selling boy to be one of the most development-oriented leaders of Indian politics.