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Chief Ministers locked in crisis found as Best in India Today Group survey
Some times a particular survey can surprise as the latest Mood of the Nation (MOTN) Opinion Poll, conducted nationwide by the India Today Group and Cicero, names three Chief Ministers as Best Chief Ministers in the country, presenlty. Incidentally, three of them locked in severe crisis to settle politically or streamline administration.
The first choice Arvind Kejriwal, is yet to settle as a Chief Minister. He had resigned last year admitting his failure to continue with out a decisive mandate from the people. Though this time people gave him mandate, he was locked in political crisis with in his own party and he is yet to show his administrative skills in meeting people's aspirations.


Ofcourse, there may not be any one politically who can challenge him with regard to image. But naming his as `Best Chief Minister'makes us not to feel comfortable. We can not compare popularity with administrative skills.


The second place was given to Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Abhisheik Yadav, who is been accused as failure chief minister on law and order front and also in ensuing communal harmony. His own father and party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav has been pointing out his government's poor performance several times.


The third place given to Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu. He is mostly depending on imaginary popularity in the media, but at ground level failing to fulfill his electoral promises. Last week he was in Delhi with a sorrow face urging union finance minister Arun Jaitley he would be unable to give salaries to employees unless some funds are released to the state before March 31.


He was credited for developing Hyderabad as the cyber hub, but he is yet to deliver substantial results during his regime this time. Arvind Kejriwal is the best CM across the country with 17 per cent of the participants voting in the favour of the muffler man.It looks like the revolt against his leadership in the AAP does not have any impact on the personal popularity of the former IRS officer. Uttar Pradesh CM Akhilesh Yadav gets second spot with 8 percent of votes.




Fourth and fifth places occupied by West Bengal CM Mamatha and Orissa CM Naveen Patnaik. Five per cent of the participants consider the firebrand West Bengal CM as the best in the category. The 68-year-old Orissa CM is at the fifth spot in the list with five per cent of the total votes.


If we consider just the samples of state survey 55% of AP's Survey Sample adjudged CBN as the Best CM. Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik has topped the list with 69% voting in his favour when only home state samples were considered.


The same survey states Prime Minister Narendra Modi as the best Prime Minister India has ever had. After Modi the second best prime minister was AV Vajpayee;says the survey result. The survey also revealed that BJP is likely to lose 27 seats if the Lok Sabha polls are held now and is likely to get 255 seats (282 seats in 2014).
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