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Modi to come to power for third term: survey

April 23, 2024 10:47 am

Modi to come to power for third term: survey

A survey has revealed that Narendra Modi is going to come to power again in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections in India.

Recently India’s Center for the Study of Developing Societies or Lokniti-CSDS conducted a survey in 19 states of the country. The results of the survey were published last Thursday.

Where it can be seen, 27 percent of the voters expressed their concern about the ongoing unemployment in the country. And 23 percent of voters’ main concern is rising inflation.

According to the Indian daily newspaper The Hindu, 10,000 voters took part in this survey. About 62 percent of them feel that it has become more difficult to find a job in India in the last five years.

Indian Prime Minister Modi inaugurated the Ram Temple in Ayodhya in a grand ceremony in January this year. 22 percent of the people who participated in the survey said that this was their favorite among the various things done by the Modi government. The historic Babri mosque of India’s Muslim minority was demolished and a Ram temple was built there. 8 percent of the voters who took part in the survey expressed concern over the construction of a Ram temple at the disputed site.

By inaugurating the Ram temple in an election year, the Modi government is trying to win the hearts of India’s majority Hindu voters, critics say.

48 percent of voters who took part in the survey felt that the Ram temple would consolidate the Hindu identity. But 79 percent of the participants said that India is not only a country of Hindus; There they want coexistence of people of all religions.

India’s growing leadership in the international arena also attracted voters. Of which India’s presidency of the G20 last year and the hosting of the G20 summit in Delhi in September gained importance.

8 percent of voters said they like the Modi government’s efforts to improve India’s image in the international arena.

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