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Top 10 Leaders In India

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10. Mehbooba Mufti (Jammu and Kashmir CM, PDP President)

She succeeded her father Mufti Mohammad Sayeed after his death in January 2016. She is India’s second Muslim woman chief minister after Syeda Anwara Taimur of Assam. She worked for the welfare of people of JK consistently. Violent conditions occurring nowadays in JK are major challenges for her to keep peace in this state. Her alliance with BJP is also criticized by opposition and called it as a composition of two different streams. She have to take challenges prudently because terrorism activities and separatists are degrading unity of JK.

9.Sonia Gandhi (UPA Chairperson, Congress President)

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She was born in Italy and widow of former prime minister of India Rajiv Gandhi who belonged to Nehru-Gandhi family. She is the longest serving president of Congress party from its foundation in 1885. After assassination of Rajiv Gandhi in 1991 she decided to stay away from politics and finally became congress president in 1997. Her foreign birth became a matter of controversy in 2004 while she was at the door step to be elected as prime minister. Among the world’s most powerful women her name is included time to time in reputable magazines.

8.Arvind Kejriwal (AAP National Convener, Delhi CM) 

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Former RTI activist and worked in the Indian Revenue Service as a Joint Commissioner of the Income Tax Department in New Delhi. His name became famous when he joined the Anna Hajare’s campaign ‘India Against Corruption’. He was elected Delhi Chief Minister for the first time in December 2013. After 49 days he resigned and re-elected as CM for the second time with a huge victory 67 out of 70 seats. His party took part in Punjab and Goa elections but people ignored him. Currently he has to face another problem because people denied him badly in MCD elections held recently. So maintaining faith in people has become a great challenge for him and his party.

7.Nitish Kumar (Bihar CM)

He served as chief minister of Bihar from 2005 and served as Union Railway minister. His government has alliance with BJP for two consecutive terms. Now he is ruling with RJD. His decision to ban alcohol in Bihar is praise worthy. He may play a vital role in upcoming politics because he is the finest option to be declared as candidate for the post of Prime Minister on behalf of opposition.

6.Arun Jaitley(Finance Minister, Prudent Lawyer)

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A Few people know that this personality who helped Modi a lot when he was facing criticism for Godhara riots in 2002. He is a Senior Advocate of the Delhi High Court and played a vital role in government time to time holding important cabinet posts. He is the chief strategist of various financial plans in Modi government. Before becoming current finance minister he served as the leader of the opposition in the Rajya Sabha. His vision can be easily seen in the decision of Narendra Modi to demonetize 500 and 1000 notes of Mahatma Gandhi series with an intention of curbing corruption, black money, fake currency and terrorism.

5.Lalu Prasad Yadav(Funny Among All Politician, Chief of RJD)

An Indian politician and former Chief Minister of Bihar. In UPA government he took charge of Minister of Railways. His is very popular for his funny language and couple of jokes teasing others in a friendly way. He is the chief of the Rashtriya Janata Dal political party. He was sent to jail for fodder scam occurred in Bihar. His rule as Chief Minister of Bihar has been criticized for lawlessness and has been termed as the Jungle Raj for various politicians. Now his party is playing a vital role in Bihar because it is allied with JDU in the formation of Bihar government.

4.Amit Shah(BJP President, Playing Role of Chanakya In Currrent Politics)

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An Indian politician from Gujarat, right hand of PM Modi from past when he was chief minister of Gujarat. Under his president ship BJP has emerged as world’s largest political party. He gained a wide popularity through his election campaign management and called as ‘Chanakya’ or ‘Master Strategist. In general elections of 2014 because of his work at grass root level BJP won 71 out 80 seats in Uttar Pradesh. He was sent jail for his suspicious indulgence in fake encounters occurred in Gujarat.

3.Yogi Adityanath (Hindutva Face, CM of UP)

After Victor of BJP in assembly election in UP, he was appointed as the chief minister of state the most populous state in India. He was a prominent campaigner all the time. He has been the Member of Parliament from the Gorakhpur constituency, Uttar Pradesh since 1998. He is also the head of Gorakhnath Math and founder of Hindu Yuva Vahini. His quick decisions on electricity, slaughter houses, and anti-Romeo squad in UP has made him popular beyond his image of Hinduism.

2.Rajnath Singh(Union Home Minister, No. 2 Position in Central Government)

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Former BJP president twice, an honest personality and a man of firm conviction. He belongs to Hindu Rajput family. He appointed Narendra Damodardas Modi as the chief of election campaign and candidate for prime minister on behalf of BJP in general elections of 2014. BJP got a huge victory and under Modi cabinet he took charge of Union home minister. His solitude is a symbol of expressing deep thoughts. He has launched He launched Bharat Ke Veer Web portal and Application with India Film Star Akshay Kumar for the help of Martyrs’ family recently.

1.Narendra Damodardas Modi (Prime Minister of India)

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Under his campaign BJP got a clear majority in Lok Sabha, the first time a single party had achieved this since 1984. After gaining power he tried to boost the Indian economy through all possible ways like FDI, spending on infrastructure and amending laws. His two recent decisions demonetization and surgical strike gave a clear message to opposition that his nature of work is different from all. Still his past figures out him a symbol of controversy domestically and internationally over his Hindu nationalist beliefs and his role during the 2002 Gujarat riots