British Herald, a leading British magazine has declared the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi as the most powerful person 2019. In the reader’s poll that closed a few days ago, PM Modi received 30.9% of the votes and defeated many prominent world leaders and politicians including the US President Donald Trump, Russian President Vladimir Putin, and Chinese President Xi Jinping.
Evaluation Based On Extensive Research & Study
The magazine nominated more than 25 world leaders in the reader’s poll. Out of them, four people were selected for the last round by a panel of experts. The selection process was conducted on the basis of extensive study and research on all the candidates who were nominated for the polls. The readers voted through a mandatory one-time password (OTP) process to ensure that their vote is valid.
Modi was followed by Putin with 29.9% and Trump with 21.9% of votes. Xi Jinping earned only 18.1% of the votes. The 15th July 2019 issue of the British Herald magazine will feature PM Modi on the cover page. Jacinda Ardern adorned the cover page of the magazine of the May-June issue whereas Vladimir Putin featured on the cover page in Mar-April issue.
PM @narendramodi has emerged as the World's Most Powerful Person of 2019
This is not said by Indians ,the poll conducted by BRITISH HERALD
In this poll, PM Modi has defeated powerful leaders like Donald Trump, Xi Jinping, & Vladimir Putin
Now clearly,Modi is the Global Leader pic.twitter.com/K9SJnCACjV
— Rajesh Rai Badiadka (@rajeshraibdk) June 22, 2019
British Herald Survey Report Being Widely Circulated
The 68-year-old Indian Prime Minister is undoubtedly one of the most popular leaders across the world. The recent landslide win of BJP in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections is proof enough of his hold over the Indian citizens. But the declaration by British Herald that Modi is the most powerful person in the world has given his supporters a reason to celebrate.
Apart from BJP leaders and supporters who are circulating this news aggressively on social media platforms, media outlets including Republic TV, Aaj Tak, and Zee News are also circulating the news.
Here are some of the tweets and replies posted by politicians, media people and more on this news:
PM Narendra Modi wins British Herald reader’s poll for world’s most powerful person 2019https://t.co/Z8Wc6jLXat
— Zee News (@ZeeNews) June 21, 2019
It's a matter of pride when the supreme leader of our country becomes the world's most powerful man
Narendra Modi Wins Reader’s Poll for World’s Most Powerful Person 2019 – British Herald https://t.co/LuqgzqjnAy
— Shandilya Giriraj Singh (@girirajsinghbjp) June 21, 2019
In yet another proof of his image of a global leader, Prime Minister @NarendraModi has been declared as the winner of a reader’s poll for world’s most powerful person 2019 conducted by a leading British magazine. @Bjp4India https://t.co/IhBQbxKjz2
— विशाख विमला कनोलम पणिक्कर (@CitizenKanolam) June 21, 2019
@narendramodi – We are proud of you and proud of the organisation @RSSorg which continues to produce Global Leaders like you. It is a testament to your ingenuity when a leading publication from a country that ruled India for over 200 Years salutes you as the Most Powerful Leader
— Shirish Gokhale (@ShirishGokhale4) June 21, 2019
@narendramodi has emerged as the World's most powerful person of 2019 in the British Herald poll proving his image as a global leader with massive global appeal and the the power and position India has exerted in the international platform under Modi 🙏#ModiHaiTohMumkinHai
— Umang Naveen Jain (@umangnaveenjain) June 21, 2019
#NarendraModi ji has turned into most powerful global leader! Today the world stand with #India. Today they listen to us. Today they understood the pain of terrorism from #Pakistan. Today they support us in our fight against #PakistanArmy terrorists. 💪💪https://t.co/ezBi05FGyG
— 👁️ INTEL ⚔️ Defence 🌏 OSINT ☢️ Conflict 💬 News (@Ind4Ever) April 12, 2019