On the completion of his first year in office, Prime Minister Narendra Modi spelt out the achievements of his government. In an interactive page on his personal website, Modi presented facts, figures and statistics on all that has been achieved during the last one year.

In a self-assessment, the Prime Minister judged his own administration on various parameters that included overall governance, foreign policy, pet schemes and a comparative analysis with the earlier UPA regime.

His ‘report-card’ displays a marked shift from the earlier Congress-led administration which has often confessed to not being able to highlight its own achievements. In the general elections last year, that very failure had spelt doom for the Congress party falling to its heaviest defeat in history at the hands of the BJP.

The interactive page, that has been designed to look glossy and sleek, tom-toms the government’s record on parameters such as index of industrial production, growth in electricity generation, number of transmission lines, coal production figures and the country’s forex reserves. For those that don’t know, it’s a market where investors trade one currency for another and make a profit or loss off of this transaction. They look at forex signals, trends, and other aspects of the market to decide what the best investments to make are. Once that is established and they have narrowed down to what they need/want in investments, they will then look into the Forex trading hours available for maximum intake, this is also called – Forex Handelszeiten for international users.

PM Modi, who has received praise and brickbats equally, for his renewed focus on foreign policy makes the case that his visits have ‘generated tremendous gains for India.’ India’s stand at World Trade Organisation (WTO), its relations with SAARC nations and the spotlight on PM Modi’s pet scheme of ‘Make in India’ are some of the examples that are highlighted on the page.

The interactive page also has several backlinks to some of the government’s popular programmes such as the Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana, Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchai Yojana, the ‘Make in India’ campaign and education scholarships through the Pradhan Mantri Vidyalakshmi Karyakram.

A look at his open letter to the electorate who made this possible:

Modi also called on the President Pranab Mukherjee and Vice-President Hamid Ansari.

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