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Analysis of Narendra Modi's tenure as PM : Lesson 10
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In this lesson, I have explained and analysed the tenure of Narendra Modi as PM

Ankit Singh Rathore
LL.B from 'Campus Law Centre', Delhi University. Legal Intern at High Court, Delhi

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  1. Narendra Modi

  2. Course Proposed flow Prine Ministers Built the India of Today MAGYAR POSTA

  3. Ankit Singh Rathore Graduate (H) in Political Science Delhi University Major in International Law S LA Law from Campus Law Centre', North Campus, Delhi University Major in IPC, CrPC and Constitutional Law Fond of following Politics, Indian History and Culture Loves to Debate on various topics Legal Intern at High Court, New Delhi Follow me on Unacademy at https:/ 1207

  4. Economic Initiatives Reliancing upon a neoliberal framework, PM Modi's o Focussed on privatisation and liberalisation of the economy o Liberalised India's FDI policies, allowing more foreign investment in defence and the railways Introduced the Make in India (Sep'14) initiative to encourage foreign companies to manufacture products in India o Decreased the funds dedicated to poverty reduction programmes and social welfare measures Introduced Goods and Services Tax, the biggest tax reform in the country since independence Demonetised 2500 and 1000 banknotes, with the stated intention of curbing corruption, black money, the use of counterfeit currency, and terrorism Launched a programme intended to develop 100 smart cities.The "Smart Cities" programme Launched the "Housing for All By 2022" project

  5. Social Initiatives Prime Minister Narendra Modi govt. Launched: A "New Health Policy" in January 2015, emphasizing the role of private healthcare organisations The Swachh Bharat Abhiyan ("Clean India") campaign on 2 October 2014 Campaign included eliminating open defecation and manual scavenging As part of the programme, the Indian government began constructing millions of toilets in rural areas and encouraging people to use them. o o PM Ujjwala Yojana (May'17) An ambitious social welfare scheme with the aim of providing 5 crore LPG connections to women below the poverty line across the country. The scheme was aimed at replacing the unclean cooking fuels mostly used in the rural India with the clean and more efficient LPG Gas o

  6. Defence Initiatives Dealt with illegal immigration into India in the Northeast Continued the previous INC administration's policy of increasing military spending every year, announcing an increase of 11% in the military budget in 2015.This increase was larger than the average growth under the Congress Negotiated a peace agreement with the largest faction of the National Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCM) in August 2015 Surgical Strike (29 September 2016), the Indian Army stated that it had conducted a surgical strike on terror launchpads in Azad Kashmir In 2015, the Indian parliament ratified a land exchange deal with Bangladesh about the India-Bangladesh enclaves, which had been initiated by the government of Manmohan Singh

  7. Foreign Initiatives Neighbourhood first policy means improving relations with neighbouring countries in South Asia and the extended neighbourhood in Southeast Asia Tried to improve relations with Islamic nations in the Middle East, such as Bahrain, Iran, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates, as well as with Israel Made several overtures to the US, including multiple visits to that country. It was also expected to strengthen diplomatic and trade relations Renewed attention to India's "Look East Policy", instituted in 1991. The policy was renamed the "Act East Policy", and involved directing Indian foreign policy towards East Asia and Southeast Asia

  8. Domestic Initiatives PM Modi launched various flagship programmes Pradhan Mantri Jan-Dhan Yojana (Aug'14) o India's biggest ever financial inclusion drive o Country's National Mission for financial inclusion to ensure access to financial services o Not just about banking but also about several other benefits that the PM offered with the accounts 'Pradhan Mantri Gramin Awas Yojna o Aim of providing 'Housing For All' by 2022 o Designed entirely for the rural masses o Aimed to provide affordable houses to 4 crore people living below the poverty line. Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gram Jyoti Yojana (July'15) o Ensured round the clock electricity supply to farmers and rural households o Would electrify all villages by Dec.'18

  9. Tenure AnalvsiS Economic Initiatives like Make in India, GST reforms Revolutionary mission like Swachh Bharat, Ujjawala Yojana Passed a land-reform bill through ordinance Reduction in funds of social welfare schemes Foreign Relations Indulge in irrelevant controversies- ghar Defence Initiatives like India-Bangladesh Border disputes, Surgical Strike Domestic Initiatives wapsi, love jihad etc Radicalisation of some hindu organisations Ghar Waps 5BP