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Whom To Vote In Election | Unbiased | Must know Facts


This article is written by an engineer who always wanted to understand politics but failed every time. People should not follow any government blindly because every one of us knows how politics exactly works.

One party is full of criminals and other is full of corruption and still, the cases are going on, so nobody can be trusted at this time.

Every man or woman is working and earning only for their children and what happens at the end is unemployment in youths.

Today unemployment is the biggest issue of the nation which is increasing day by day. The government needs to look in this matter first.

As we know elections are very near to us. Let’s pledge this time that every individual who is eligible will vote the right candidate. It’s the fact that India lacks better options (candidates) in politics.

Before voting to any party lets consider the work done by them (unbiased). The data given below is taken from different sources and only the main and highlighted policies of the government are covered in this article. If any other important policy is not covered in this article then, please mention it in the comments and let other people also know it.

Successful work done by UPA Government:-

Farmer welfare

Minimum support prices (MSP) for wheat and paddy have doubled since 2004, while MSP has increased threefold for other grains. More than 650 lakh farmers were funded by the banking system during 2012-13. The new Land Acquisition Act provides the affected people with livelihood rehabilitation and financial benefits.

Employment in Rural Areas

The Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Guarantee Act (MGNREGA) was established in 2006 and is the largest social security scheme of its type in the world. Since the scheme was launched, wages given per day almost twice as high as Rs.65 through Rs.128. Over 4,98 crore households were employed by the scheme in 2012-2013, generating over 213 crore personal days.

Economic growth of the nation

In India per person, income is three times higher since UPA came to power. Despite two global slowdowns, average GDP growth in the UPA administration during the period was 7.7 percent.


In addition to the rural road network, more than 2 lakh km of new roads were added. In the 12th Five Year Plan, 88 percent of the allocation to Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana was increased.

Development of North East states

Internal security has improved, and growth is now higher than the national average in the North- East region. The growth rate in the Northeast is 9.9% on a national average of 7.4%.


Work done by NDA Government:-


The government announced on 8 November 2016 the withdrawal of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 currency bills, with the issue of new Rs 500 and Rs 2,000. It is reported that the move was designed to target black cash but the story changed over the year. The move caused economic shocks. Economic growth has been reduced and several small enterprises have been shut down. Some argue that this shock is still an economic recovery.

GST (Unified Tax)

For almost two decades, India has been examining a unified GST regime. The Modi administration pushed through the reform of indirect taxes. The GST has more tax burdens than anticipated and revised on several occasions. Small and medium-sized enterprises complained about increasing compliance with the margins.

Emerging of JIO(High-speed net)

Jio launched an incredibly low price in the telecommunications sector. The Jio revolution It was even released with a virtually free data-enabled mobile phone. The existing businesses have lowered rates too. Numerous Indian people use the internet at low internet rates to get India closer to its digital economy objective. This enables the government to increase the reach of its schemes by using smartphones to supply different services in millions of cases. 2017 is the year when many people in the hinterland suddenly went to smartphone transactions.

Ujjawala yojana

Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana (PMUY) was launched by the prime minister on 1 May 2016 with the goal of providing five LPG links for women of poor households by late March 2019. Although there has been a large growth in the number of LPG connections following the rollout of the PMUY, the LPG consumption was not correspondingly increasing. 3.6 crore LPG connections were issued under the Ujjwala scheme over the last two years,

Jan Dhan Yojana

Under Modi’s ambitious scheme for financial inclusion, up to 31.6 crore accounts have been opened. These accounts have Rs 81,203,59 crore deposits on 27 May.

These were only the highlighted work done by Modi government. Other policies and schemes like Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY), Skill India and Mudra Scheme. 

Do vote this year because every vote is important for the future of the nation and for the future of your children. If you do not have /voter ID card then Don’t worry. Just confirm that you have your name on the voting list and you can also vote with Aadhaar card. for more information click on the link given below.





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