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Top 4 Prime Ministers of India



Top 4 Prime minister of India

The Prime minister is the head of the Government of India. He makes recommendations to the President for the appointment of many officials and also presides over meetings of the Council of Ministers.

A Prime minister may be the leader of a political party with a majority in the Lok Sabha or he can win the confidence of other parties. The President can appoint the Prime Minister on his own discretion when no party has a majority.

1. Narendra Modi

Narendra Modi, a prominent Indian politician and leader of Bharatiya Janata Party is well-known. He led his party to a sweeping victory in the 2014 elections and was sworn in as India’s 14th prime minister in 2014.

His efforts to boost India’s economy are well-known. The country is now reaping the benefits of his actions. Many programs have been launched to tackle economic and social problems, such as the UDAN region connectivity scheme.

He is also credited with improving India’s relations with foreign countries. He has visited Israel, Palestine, and other countries on official visits.


2. Sharad Pawar

One of the most seasoned politicians in India, Sharad Pawar has been in politics for five decades. He is a former chief minister of Maharashtra and a Rajya Sabha member of the NCP.

He was a candidate in the 1998 National Parliamentary Election. In 2009, he became the president of NCP. From 2010 to 2012, he also served as the president of the ICC. He was one the most prominent candidates for the position of Prime Minister.

He resigned from the Congress party in 1999 and formed the NCP, which became a major player in Indian politics.

The NCP’s primary base is the state of Maharashtra and Pawar has been the party’s leader since 1999. His name is well-known in Indian media, and he has been elected to many states.

In his recent speech at the NCP convention in Shirdi, Pawar attacked Narendra Modi. He said the prime minister does not have a vision for inclusive development, nor is he open-minded.


3. Arun Jaitley

Arun Jaitley, a leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party in India (BJP) was the Finance Minister for India between 2014 and 2019. He held several cabinet portfolios including finance, defense, information and broadcasting, corporate affairs, and law and justice.

He steered through Parliament major economic legislation, such as the nationwide goods and services tax, which had languished for nearly two decades. Modi’s purchase of Rafale fighter planes was also supported by him.

When Modi took office in 2014, he gave him three ministries: finance, defense and information and broadcasting. In each of those roles, he became a chief troubleshooter and was the primary spokesperson for the government.

He was a seasoned strategist and a trusted adviser to the Prime Minister. He helped him frame the 2019 election as a contest between stability and chaos, as well as explain complex issues such as the rising cost of fuel and the Rafale fighter jet deal in plain English. His key contribution to the party’s election strategy was also important.

4. Sharad Tharoor

A former international diplomat, Tharoor was born in London and educated in the United States. He served as the Under-Secretary-General for Communications and Public Information at the United Nations under Kofi Annan.


He is an author and a member of parliament from Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. He is a widely-read writer on issues related to India’s recent economic transformation and future prospects, globalisation, human rights, freedom of the press, and cricket.

His weakness, however, is a tendency to court controversy of a high society-sort. It is a habit that politicians with half the ability of him and greater awareness of Indian voters avoid.

He fought elections in 2009 and secured a seat in the Kerala assembly from the state’s south. Manmohan Singh elected him as an UPA member.