RMN Poll: Who Is the Most Popular Person in India?

RMN Poll: Who Is the Most Popular Person in India?
RMN Poll: Who Is the Most Popular Person in India?

The Editorial Board of RMN News Service has carefully curated a list of 10 popular Indians who have the potential to transform India, which continues to be an underdeveloped country.

As this RMN Poll is intended to rank these popular people in the order of their acumen and ability to serve the masses in the country, you can vote and select your favorite leader from the list.

In alphabetical order, the candidates are: Aamir Khan, Arvind Kejriwal, Baba Ramdev, Barkha Dutt, Kanhaiya Kumar, Mayawati, Narendra Modi, Navjot Singh Sidhu, Priyanka Gandhi, and Sushma Swaraj.

Depending on the number of votes they get, a preliminary rank chart for the candidates will be prepared by December 31, 2016. The candidates will get another chance to turn the tide in their favor after December 31.

The name of the most popular Indian will be announced on January 31, 2017.

If you want to know more about India and Indians, you can visit our REAL VOTER information center.

All the people from India and abroad can vote their favorite candidate. Your voting period starts now.

You can select your option from the following names and click the small box under the names to vote.

Who is the most popular person in India?

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For more information, you may please contact RMN editor, Rakesh Raman.

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