Modi’s real worth exposed : Bows before China, fake twitter followers

Narendra Modi

In four years time real worth of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been divulged, with twitter audit revealing that more than 60% of the followers of most followed Indian leader are fake.

Bharatiya Janta Party has been bragging that Modi is having 41 million followers on twitter but twitteraudit.com has countered the political party’s claim reporting that 24180000 of Modi’s 40300000 twitter followers are fake and has topped the ladder in claiming fake followers. But Twitter has claimed that  “Twitter Audit fake follower measurement tool is NOT a Twitter product.”

PM Modi who had slammed previous Manmohan Singh government for following weak national security policy, has himself knelt down by obeying the orders of China by sending a note asking senior leaders and government functionaries to stay away from events planned to mark 60 years in exile of the Dalai Lama.

There are reports that the note underlined that this is a “very sensitive time” for bilateral relations with China.

It is to remind Prime Minister Narendra Modi of his words and promise he made to the people of India when he was the Bharatiya Janata Party’s candidate for Prime Minister, Modi had said, “No power on earth can take away even an inch from India, China should give up its expansionist attitude and adopt a development mindset. I swear by this land that I will not let this nation be destroyed, I will not let this nation be divided, I will not let this nation bow down.”

This shows that there is a wide gap between what the PM Modi and BJP say and does.

Meanwhile, the Tibetan leader Dalai Lama says he doesn’t care about how Chinese pressure forced Modi government to cancel the events of the of the events of the of the Tibetan government-in-exile in Delhi to mark 60 years of its exile in India.

There have been numerous protests during Narendra Modi’s rule and Prime Minister has been busy laying foundation stones for new projects but has failed to ask people how they feel about his administration.

The Coordinating Committee (Corcom) formed by six proscribed underground organisations in Manipur has called for a 17-hour shutdown in Manipur during the state visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and home minister Rajnath Singh on March 16.

Modi is scheduled to arrive in Imphal on March 16 to lay the foundation stones of a slew of projects, including a sports university.

Modi should be concerned as to which direction he is taking India’s national security and domestic policy as according to a Gallup survey, there ia a big decline in the percentage of Indians who rate their lives positively enough to rate it as “thriving” since Modi assumed office.

Only 3% of Indians consider themselves thriving in 2017 compared to 14% in 2014

“India’s largely rural population initially led the decline in life evaluations, with thriving dropping from 14% to 7% between 2014 and 2015, and edging even lower to 4% and 3% in the years after that,” according to Gallup. “Declines among urban Indians have been much more gradual, although they are down in the past year, dropping from 11% to 4%.”

Metric                                                                      2014                                                  2017
Indians Thriving                                                    14%                                                  3%
Unemployment rate                                                3.53%                                              4.80
Monthly Wages for Low-Skilled Workers         13300INR                                     10300 INR
Living Wage Family                                               17300INR                                      17400INR
Per Capita GDP                                                       $1647                                                $1842

Modi’s policies have not benefitted the Indian people and there is a rise of nonperforming loans in state-owned banks, high taxation, poor public health, and chronic income inequality with economic offenders (Nirav Modi, Lalit Modi, Vijay Mallya) living outside the country from where extradition policy is not possible.

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Arti Bali

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