It is no doubt that PM Narendra Modi’s astute leadership traits have well and truly changed the atmosphere across the nation. Even global leaders came in support of Modi ahead of the elections stressing that India has a firm chance to be the strongest growth-inclusive country in the world if Modi is voted to power.
PM Modi knows exactly what he is doing as he wakes up every day thinking about the country’s future. Many countries lauding him as one of the tallest leaders in the world is not a new story. The fact that he is widely being respected and praised globally makes him an outstanding leader.
It should be noted that under the Modi government, India is continuing to thrive even better as compared to that of the previous government. The schemes, projects or policies which were unfulfilled in earlier government are now being implemented to satisfy the people, though not everything was executed, things are being carried out at a sedate pace.
A top US industrialist John Chambers who is a former executive chairman and CEO of Cisco Systems said India’s sensational development and inclusive growth’ stand at full risk in case if PM Narendra Modi does not get a chance to head the country after the parliamentary elections.
Seeing Modi’s constant efforts to strive for the welfare of the nation and to build friendly ties with other nation, the Prime Minister was felicitated with many big awards by six different countries.
PM Modi was bestowed with Arabian country’s highest civilian award- The King Abdulaziz Shash in 2016 and in the same year, Modi was presented with Afghanistan’s highest civilian honours- Amir Amanullah Khan Award.
Then in 2018, Modi was awarded ‘Grand Collar of the State of Palestine’ and in the same year, Modi was presented with the highest award by United Nations- Champion of the Earth.
The Indian Prime Minister has also received the highest award by South Korea- Seoul Peace Prize in 2019 and recently, UAE government honoured PM Modi its highest civilian award- UAE Zayed Medal.