Only 18% Like PM Modi’s Work. Will He Win Lok Sabha Election 2019?

Narendra Modi
Narendra Modi

Today, the opposition parties such as Congress and its allies are almost dead. There is no leader in the opposition parties who can challenge Modi’s might in terms of spreading falsehood among the Indian voters.

By Rakesh Raman

In an ongoing RMN Poll, only 18% people say they are satisfied with the work of Indian Prime Minister (PM) Narendra Modi.

While Modi has almost completed his 5-year term as PM of India, many believe that he has brought the country on the brink of disaster.

Now it will be extremely difficult for India to recover from the ruins, and the country will eventually fall in the graveyard of those poor countries that have almost gone extinct.

But what went wrong? Raman Media Network (RMN) has analyzed the situation and identified the following factors for Modi’s failures.


Modi claims that with a couple of steps like demonetization and Aadhaar cards, he has reduced corruption. However, corruption is so rampant in the country that it has become the lifeblood of bureaucrats and politicians.

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As I run an online community service “Clean House” to help people of Delhi report about corruption cases, I experience corruption almost everyday in government offices. All the systems to handle corruption cases have completely collapsed and corruption is increasing rapidly.

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The Modi government was supposed to create 100 million jobs in the past about 5 years. But let alone employment generation, people are losing their jobs because the entire industry is in doldrums and there are hardly any government jobs.

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Human Rights Violations

Earlier, the former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein voiced his concerns about the increasing human rights violations in India. He said that he is increasingly disturbed by discrimination and violence directed at minorities, including Dalits and other scheduled castes, and religious minorities such as Muslims in India. There are many other reports that highlight human rights abuses in India.

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As Modi himself is not quite educated, he has surrounded himself with equally illiterate ministers who lack knowledge in the domains they are supposed to manage. As a result, no development is happening in any field of activity.

Launching an attack on Modi’s communication skills, recently West Bengal Chief Minister (CM) Mamata Banerjee  said that Modi can’t even speak properly and he reads his speeches from a teleprompter.

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Untamed Bureaucracy

As most politicians in the Modi government are naive, they are dependent on bureaucrats even for writing small letters. While bureaucrats are aware of the politicians’ weaknesses, they are exploiting them. As a result, inefficiency in government offices has increased manifold.

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Lack of Communications

Since Modi does not possess any knowledge about any modern subject, he is not able to communicate properly with the Indian masses. He satisfies himself by thinking that his ‘Mann Ki Baat radio program is good for him. But it is a monologue like Modi’s boring election speeches in which no one is interested. As he lacks domain knowledge, he has failed to hold even a single press conference in his tenure as PM.

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Deteriorating Foreign Relations

Although Modi is wasting a lot of time and public money on his frequent foreign excursions, he is not even eligible to represent India abroad because of his illiteracy and naivety. It appears that no country is inviting Modi, but he and his staff keep requesting others to allow Modi to visit their countries. With his directionless foreign tours, Modi is giving a bad name to India and the country’s foreign relations are deteriorating.

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But despite all the troubles that Modi is creating for India, he and his party BJP are expected to win the Lok Sabha Election 2019. The main reason for his win will be the absence of opposition.

Today, the opposition parties such as Congress and its allies are almost dead. There is no leader in the opposition parties who can challenge Modi’s might in terms of spreading falsehood among the Indian voters.

This article is part of our new editorial section that focuses on Lok Sabha Election 2019 in India.

Modi is again telling lies about eradication of corruption, Clean India, jobs, bullet trains, and fake attacks on Pakistan in his election rallies to woo the gullible Indian voters.

As mostly uneducated and foolish people vote in Indian elections, they will get tricked and Modi will win again. But Modi’s win will be India’s defeat. That’s for sure.

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By Rakesh Raman, who is a national award-winning journalist and social activist. He is the founder of a humanitarian organization RMN Foundation which is working in diverse areas to help the disadvantaged and distressed people in the society. He also creates and publishes a number of digital publications on different subjects.

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