Published On: Fri, May 3rd, 2019

7 out of 10 feels safer under Modi leadership: Gallup survey

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Bharatiya Janata Party said Friday that more than seventy percent of people feel India is safe under Modi government.

Finance minister Arun Jaitley cited a Gallup survey report and added the acceptability ratings of Prime Minister Narendra Modi are nearly 70 percent and Congress chief Rahul Gandhi is not even at the mark of 20 percent.

BJP is scheduled to have road show in Amethi on May 6 and party chief Amit Shah is learned to be attending it.

Gandhi had earlier claimed to have dismantled Modi’s image. Jaitley referred to his statement and asked how Modi’s image is dismantled if Gallup survey report reveals differently.

The Gallup report added that 70 percent of Indians feel safe walking alone at night in the areas they reside. In 2014, when Modi came to office, the rates were 17 percent less.

Gallup conducted the survey last year between October and December.

Jaitly added, “He (Rahul Gandhi) does not gauge public opinion. Rahul’s attitude is at complete variance with the traditional Congress way of doing things. His revenge against Prime Minister Modi may not succeed. It may well turn out to be a revenge against the Congress.”

Union minister Piyush Goyal briefed the press that Rahul visited Amethi like a tourist as his party has betrayed the constituency by keeping it underdeveloped.

He further said that the policy of Prime Minister Narendra Modi helped India to get support of major global powers.

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He referred the designation of Masood Azhar, chief of Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohamed, as a global terrorist by United Nations.

BJP is scheduled to have road show in Amethi on May 6 and party chief Amit Shah is learned to be attending it.

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