Achievements of Modi Government

Modi Government achievements

The Modi government took charge at the Centre with a promise to bring about many changes in terms of governance. This created a wave of excitement among the people. As the government completes its one month, let’s have a look at what the government has achieved till now and what not:

  • Modi's first major foreign policy initiative of inviting SAARC leaders for his swearing-in ceremony.
  • Modi’s meeting with Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif.
  • The cabinet constituted a Special Investigation Team (SIT) to recover black money.
  • Modi’s first speech in Lok Sabha laid emphasis on progress and development of India. He stressed on the need of neat politics, powering the youth with job opportunities and ensuring just development.
  • PM's visit to Bhutan to discuss bilateral relations and economic cooperation and support in regional and multilateral forum.
  • In the first Cabinet meeting chaired by Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister asked all his ministers to make their agendas for the first 100 days in office.
  • Modi visited India's largest warship, INS Vikramaditya in Indian Navy in Goa and addressed the naval personnel.
  • Modi found an unlikely admirer in former Union minister and senior Congress leader Shashi Tharoor.
  • Issue of Article 370 when MoS in PMO Jitendra Singh said that the process to repeal Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir has commenced.
  • HRD Minister Smriti Irani found herself amidst controversy after a row came forth over her qualification.
  • Allegations of sexual assault on one of Modi's Minister, Nihal Chand.
  • The government’s decision not to give reservation to Muslims came as a shocker.
  • The Modi government's decision to downsize the Planning Commission.
  • The Centre’s decision to remove the governors appointed by the previous United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government.
  • To promote Hindi on social networking websites became a subject of controversy.
  • The government has decided to increase the import duty on sugar.
  • Row over Four-Year Undergraduate Programme (FYUP) of Delhi University.
  • The government's decision to hike the passenger and freight fares of railways by 14.2 percent and 6.5 percent, respectively.

Achievements of Modi Government in 4th Week

  • NarendraModi’s government undertook twin steps on June 17, 2014 (Tuesday) to contain the spiralling inflation (WPI) that touched the five-month high limit of 6.01% on Monday (June 16, 2014). Inflation rate was 5.20% in the month of April.
  • Vladimir Putin, President of Russia, not only called upon NarendraModi and congratulated him after his convincing win but also sent his Deputy PM, Dmitry Rogozin, to meet India’s External Affairs Minister and Indian PM. Mr. Rogozin was on a 2-day visit to India.
  • DV SadanandaGowda, Railways Minister, announced on June 19, 2014 (Thursday) that Foreign Direct Investment is in the cards of the government for meeting resource crunch in the quest of modernising railway sector. Read More

Achievements of Modi Government in First Month

The first one month of this new government is characterised by dynamism, notwithstanding controversies. It does not suffer from policy paralysis like the last government.
Passenger railway fare and freight rate both were hiked steeply by 14.2 per cent and 6.5 per cent respectively. This was done by-passing the Parliament. Read More

Achievements of Modi Government in 6th Week

The Narendra Modi government successfully completed one-month in office last week. There were many bouquets and brickbats in this short period of time. Now, let us find out the most important tasks undertaken by this new government in the last one week or 39 Days.
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Achievements of Modi Government in 7th Week

No hike in passenger fares and freight charges. Wi-Fi to be introduced in A1 and A category trains. Reservation system to be revamped and ticket booking via mobile phones and post offices to be made popular; online booking of tickets to support 7200 tickets per minutes, allowing about 1,20,000 users to log in at the same time; a separate online platform for unreserved tickets and women constables to be assigned to women coaches...
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Achievements of Modi Government in 8th Week

With the sixth BRICS summit hosted by Brazil, Prime Minister Narendra Modi made his multilateral debut. When Modi left for the BRICS summit, there was definitely one prime objective on his mind – the launch of the new development bank and the contingent reserve arrangement. To a large extent, these objectives have been met.Read More

Achievements of Modi Government in 9th Week

With the government liberally clearing the aviation licenses, new airlines are all set to take to the skies. Civil aviation minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju has awarded no-objection certificates to six airlines. India was represented by Commerce Minister Nirmala Sitharaman at the meeting of trade ministers of the Group of Twenty (G20) nations in Sydney this week. India decided that it would not buckle under the pressure of developed countries and stick to its stand regarding WTO’s Trade Facilitation Agreement. The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) approved the raising of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) cap in insurance from 26 percent to 49 percent...Read More

Achievements of Modi Government in 10th Week

During the upcoming meeting of foreign secretaries in Islamabad on August 25, the newly elected National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government plans to urge its neighbour Pakistan to award India the ‘Most Favoured Nation’ (MFN) status. To mark the completion of 60 days, the NDA government has launched a unique website - MyGov (www(.)mygov(.) - to engage people in the governance. Modi will be unveiling a comprehensive programme. – bank accounts for every Indian and banking services within 5 kilometres in every town and village. The Union government has approved proposals to three labour laws - the Factories Act, 1948, Apprentices Act, 1961 and Labour Laws (exemption from furnishing returns and maintaining registers by certain establishments) Act, 1988 ...Read More

Achievements of Modi Government in 11th Week

Eleventh week of Modi government was marked with important events and decisions. While India and Nepal looked forward to strengthening ties, India stuck to its stand at the World Trade Organization (WTO), signalling its determination to stick to what it feels is right, even as the market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) was given more power....Read More

Achievements of Modi Government in 12th Week

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in his maiden speech, made it very clear that violence of any form including caste-violence and left-wing extremities must be abstained from to take the country forward. He describing himself as a Pradhan Sewak (prime servant) Modi called on the global investors to come and manufacture in India. Sell anywhere but ‘Make in India,’ he said, ‘we have the skills.’ He strongly took up the topic of rape, describing it is a national shame. He urged the parents to rein in their sons and teach them the difference between right and wrong....Read More

Achievements of Modi Government in 13th Week

India acts tough on Pakistan When Narendra Modi took over as the Prime Minister of India, he extended a hand of friendship to Pakistan by inviting Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif for the swearing-in ceremony. The finance ministry has decided to draft rules that will give more powers to Forward Markets Commission (FMC), the commodity market regulator. By 2017, the government is aiming to connect 250,000 gram panchayats with high-speed broadband connectivity via the Rs 20,000 crore National Optic Fibre Network ....Read More

Achievements of Modi Government in 14th Week

With a view to providing bank accounts to every single household, Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the Jan Dhan Yojna that is aimed at financial inclusion of the poorest of the poor. Outdated or archaic laws act as hindrances to good governance. The NDA government has decided to give more powers to the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways. The BJP has dropped senior leaders like Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Murli Manohar Joshi and Lal Krishna Advani from its Parliamentary Board (PB), the highest decision-making body of the party. ....Read More

Last Updated on August 30, 2014