India is going through not just a government change but also a change in the way politics is done in the world’s largest democracy. This is the biggest election victory for any political party in India since 1984. Prime Minister-designate of the country, Narendra Modi, came to power with a promise to change the contours of the flagging Indian economy. The expectations are running high even before he has taken oath as the Prime minister of the country.
As Modi spoke in the parliament for the first time, he said his government is going to work for India’s poor, young and women. CCTV’s India correspondent Shweta Bajaj tells us what Indians expect from their next Prime Minister.
High Expectations on Narendra ModiExpectations of Modi are already running high. So what to expect over the coming days, months and years? CCTV correspondent Shweta Bajaj has "Insight" from New Delhi.
On the domestic front Narendra Modi’s top most agenda is getting India back on the high growth path. CCTV’s Mike Walter speaks to Dr.Sumit Ganguly, Chair in Indian Cultures and Civilizations at Indiana University to find out the priorities of Modi government.