Amit Shah hails Gallup poll ranking, says world is now taking note of Narendra Modi govt's development work


January 12, 2018
Amit Shah on Friday cited Prime Minister Narendra Modi's high ranking in a survey of global leaders to assert that it shows the world has taken note of "record developmental strides"

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