Before the second term of the Modi government, in the cabinet expansion and Ferdbal, where many veteran leaders were bid farewell, many young leaders were also promoted. These especially include the names of Anurag Thakur and Kiren Rijiju. 50.56 per cent people of the country believe that these young leaders from small states can hope to become national leaders. Not only this, after a few years he can also become the Prime Minister. This is revealed by the survey of IANS C Voter Live Tracker.
Country needs youth brigade
Apart from this, 45.61 per cent people said that Young India needs young politicians and youth cabinet. At the same time, 41.56 per cent said that India does not just need young politicians and a young cabinet, but a combination of young and experienced leaders.
Don’t retire, young people become governors
On a question in the survey whether India needs young and dynamic leaders in the form of governors rather than retired politicians, 51.05 per cent said ‘yes’. At the same time, 37.65 percent said that India needs a combination of young and experienced politicians to hold the office of governors.
How many people were surveyed?
This survey was done among 1314 people. This survey by C Voter Newstracker in India is based on a nationally representative random probability sample. It is used in the globally standardized RDD CATI methodology. It covers all the geographical and demographic areas in all the states. This daily live tracker survey is based on interviews of adult (18+) respondents across all socio-economic sectors. The sample size and field work dates are clearly mentioned in each report.
What is PM’s emphasis on?
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has emphasized on the performance and functioning of the ministers in the 2021 cabinet reshuffle. In the new reshuffle, 12 ministers have been dropped. At the same time, seven junior ministers have been promoted as cabinet ministers. Anurag Thakur, G Kishan Reddy, Kiren Rijiju, Mansukh Mandaviya have been promoted as cabinet ministers.
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