Narendra Modi Government in One Year – Many hits and Some misses


Narendra Modi Government ruling one year. Modi faced many hurdles in the journey of one year. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has done many things for the people of country. He has changed the style of ruling the country. This was the case for the last few years. Government was totally changed compared with the past. But still few places lefy where the government yet to show its progress like health and education.

Narendra Modi Government in One Year - Many hits and Some misses

However BJP has tasted the success with their victories in Maharashtra, Haryana, Jharkhand and Jammu and Kashmir. But left with the bitter taste because of the defeat in capital city.

One year journey of Narendra Modi Government from 26th May 2014 :

26th May 2014 : Modi Government to Rule – Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his cabinet moved to Rashtrapati Bhawan after winning in the land slide elections.

27th May 2014 : First meeting with Pakistan Premier Nawaz Sharif in the office. Just next day after getting the throne.

14th June 2014 : Charge on Military Might, Prime Minister Modi dedicated INS Vikramaditya a warship and want to make country self reliant on production defence gear.

21st June 2014 : First face against the decision, Modi government tasted the protests on the issue of rail fare hike and increase the import duty on sugar. It was the first bitter experience to government by opposition parties and the public.

27th July 2014 : Discrimination against minorities created a doubt whether the Modi government is seriously interested in preserving equality. Shiv Sena lawmaker forced food into the mouth of a Muslim caterer, another indicating that India could become a Hindu nation under Modi.

15th August 2014 : Making his first Independence Day speech after becoming India’s Prime Minister. Modi made his speech with two main points ‘Swacch Bharat’ and exhorted countrymen to produce attempts to train the girl child.

5th September 2014 : The Teachers’ Day dilemma-Many were enraged especially on social media as to how students were made to come to school on a day generally regarded as a holiday.

25th September 2014 : Shiv Sena breakup-The ruling BJP and the Modi government were hit by a huge blow after hectic negotiations with the Shiv Sena.

19th October 2014 : Maharashtra’s crucial election results positive for Modi. Haryana also, for the very first time, gave the initial chance at power to the BJP. Modi had campaigned vigorously to woo voters.

12th November 2014 : PM Modi’s foreign outreach continued along with his presence in the ASEAN-India as well as the East Asia Summits held in Myanmar at NayPyiDaw.

1st December 2014 : In a major embarrasment for the Modi government communal comments by Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti caused uproar in the winter session in both houses of Parliament.

23rd December 2014 : J&K History was created by the BJP in Kashmir and Jammu by crossing the Jammu area and becoming the second-biggest party in the state Assembly elections. The verdict in both states were testament to 2014 staying a tremendously successful electoral year for its own leader Narendra Modi and the ruling BJP.

7th January 2015 : Four children – Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti statement every Hindu woman must produce at least 4 children to protect the religion. Once again, the remark was widely panned and the PM’s silence over it questioned.

10th February 2015 : Delhi Debacle – Modi’s techno-minister Suresh Prabhu, the Railways Minister, presented his first budget announcing no increase in passenger fares.
22nd March 2015 : Modi government battled extreme heat over the controversial land acquisition bill, PM Modi spoke to thousands of farmers over the radio, trying to dispel rumours that his policies are anti-farmer.

14th April 2015 : External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj declared on Twitter the Indian embassy in Yemen had been evacuated in light of the war there.

17th April 2015 : PM Modi undertook a three-state tour to France, Germany and Canada exhorting industralists and CEOs to contribute to the ‘Make in India’ programme of the government.

7th May 2015 : Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj got a round of applause from all quarters in the Parliament as members across opposition and treasury benches came together to pass a constitution amendment bill for a historic land boundary deal with Bangladesh.