Narendra Modi, the Chief Minister of Gujarat, was elected Prime Minister of India in 2014, becoming the country's first prime minister born in an independent India. In 2019, Narendra Modi was re-elected Prime Minister with a larger mandate than in 2014. The BJP-led NDA won 354 seats, with the BJP securing 303 of them. This is its best performance ever after two consecutive losses in 2009 and 2014.
Modi took office at the age of 49, making him the youngest person to become India's prime minister. He has also been accused by civil rights groups of human rights violations during his time as chief minister of Gujarat.
He became known outside Gujarat for his aggressive brand of politics, which included regular street rallies where he would make inflammatory speeches against Muslims before large crowds. The election campaign of 2014 was particularly divisive with attacks on Muslims taking place all over India. At least 2200 people were killed in violence related to the elections.
After winning the elections, Modi moved back to his home state of Gujarat where he was sworn in as prime minister on 26 May 2014. His cabinet was also sworn in later that day.
Modi has said that his priority as prime minister is to build a more developed India that can compete with the world's most advanced economies. However, he has been criticized for moving too slowly to address unemployment, poverty, and malnutrition across the country.
India's Prime Minister
|Prime Minister of India (Bhārat ke Pradhānamantri)|
|Incumbent Narendra Modi since 26 May 2014|
|Prime Minister’s Office|
|Style||The Honourable (Hon’ble) (formal) His Excellency (in diplomatic correspondence) Mr. Prime Minister (informal)|
|Status||Head of government|
India's Prime Minister
|Prime Minister of India Bhārat ke Pradhānamantri|
|Inaugural holder||Jawaharlal Nehru|
|Formation||15 August 1947|
|Deputy||Vacant, Deputy Prime Minister of India|
You will be alive on May 4, 2021. Mr. Prime Minister The date of birth Manmohan Singh, the Prime Minister (1932-09-26) September 26, 1932 (age 88) 2004-2014 H. D. Deve Gowda (1933–05-18) was a politician from India. May 18, 1933 (age 87) 1996-1997 Narendra Modi (born September 17, 1950) is an Indian politician. September 17, 1950 (age 70) 2014- Current
He is the prime minister of India, in office since May 2014. Before that, he was chief minister of Gujarat from 2001 to 2014. His second term as chief minister began on January 26, 2016.
Modi has also been elected president of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), following his resignation as its leader. He became the first person to have led both the organisation and the government at the state level.
Modi won the 2009 election by a landslide victory with 282 out of 543 seats in the Lok Sabha (lower house of the Indian Parliament) reserved for candidates from single-seat constituencies. The BJP had never won more than two seats in any previous election until then; it was only in 1999 that it broke through the two-seat barrier. However, even after winning nearly 300 seats in 2009, the party was not able to form a government because it did not have enough votes to command support from other parties. Finally, it formed a coalition government with the help of smaller regional parties.
Modi's election campaign focused on economic development and security through independence for Kashmir.
India's Prime Ministers are listed below.
|1||Jawaharlal Nehru||15 August, 1947 – 15 April, 1952 15 April, 1952 – 17 April, 1957 17 April, 1957 – 2 April, 1962 2 April, 1962 – 27 May, 1964|
|14||Manmohan Singh||22 May, 2004 – 22 May, 2009 22 May, 2009 – 26 May, 2014|
|15||Narendra Modi||26 May, 2014 – 26 May, 2019 26 May, 2019 – Till date|
|Atal Bihari Vajpayee (1926-2018)||March 19, 1998 – October 13, 1999|
|Atal Bihari Vajpayee (1926-2018)||October 13, 1999 – May 22, 2004|
|Dr. Manmohan Singh (B-1932)||May 22, 2004 – May 26, 2014|
|Narendra Modi (B-1950)||May 26, 2014 – Incumbent|
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Current Chief Ministers of India
|State (past chief ministers)||Name||Party|
|Andhra Pradesh (list)||Y. S. Jagan Mohan Reddy||Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party|
|Arunachal Pradesh (list)||Pema Khandu||Bharatiya Janata Party|
|Assam (list)||Himanta Biswa Sarma||Bharatiya Janata Party|
|Bihar (list)||Nitish Kumar||Janata Dal (United)|