Modi stormed into power in 2014 by winning Lok Sabha election with massive mandate. Here are 10 major things Modi government has achieved since coming to power 1. Make in India To facilitate investment, boost research & development (R&D), ensure product originality and create skill-based jobs by establishing industrial sector; major national programme was started by Narendra Modi. 2. Swachh Bharat Abhiyan (Clean India Campaign) Swachh Bharat Abhiyan was launched on 2 Oct 2014 by Modi. Filth is considered one of the major problems in India and Modi gave the issue its due importance by launching a nationwide campaign. 3. Creation of NITI Aayog to Replace Planning Commission On 1 Jan 2015, Modi formed National Institution of Transforming India (NITI) Aayog, which is a policy think-tank of Government of India that replaced Planning Commission. Its members include top-notch economists, consultants and advisers along the lines of US think-tanks. 4. Jan Dhan Yojana On 15 August 2014, Modi announced Jan Dhan Yojana. Over 15 crore bank accounts were opened in last one year. Main focus has been on reaching every household to provide credit facility, pension and insurance to account holders. 5. Economic Reforms and Policy Implementation Modi-led NDA government’s primary focus is on reviving Indian economy through major reforms in manufacturing and export sector. 6. Foreign Policy Put on Fast-track Mode Modi’s foreign policy is currently focussed on improving relations with neighbouring countries and getting the world to invest in India. 7. Tourism Gets a Push Tourism featured prominently in the government’s action plan. Its prime target has been to make India a world class travel destination. 8. Implementation of Neighbourhood First Policy One of the major policy initiatives taken by Modi government was to actively focus on improving ties with immediate neighbours. 9. Campaign for Building Toilets PM Modi has initiated a huge project to construct 10 crore toilets by 2019 at an unbelievable rate of one toilet per second. 10. Confidence-building Measures in Kashmir Kashmir is an integral part of India but has a long list of complaints against previous governments – both Centre and state. After a long time, an Indian politician managed to establish a connect with the Kashmiri people. For more information, stay connected to Spark TV.