New Delhi: As Narendra Modi government will complete three years of power on May 26, it has been found that more than 60 per cent of Indians have extended their support to the govt and said it has met their expectations in the last three years. The survey conducted by India’s leading Community Social Media network LocalCircles, shows that 69 per cent of people feel positive about their as well as that of their families’ future and didn’t feel threatened in the country.

Of the total participants 59 per cent people believed that Modi government is on track to deliver the promises, they made in election manifesto. On being asked about the functioning of Parliament session, about 65 per cent of people felt that the government handled Parliament effectively.

However, on law and order situation,  60 per cent of participants said that crime against women and children has not come down under Modi regime while 28 per cent people believed that crime against women and children have been controlled.

Recently, in the Swachh Survekshan Survey, 75-80 per cent people credited clean India drive for the cleanliness in their area but when the participants were asked about the impact of Swachch Bharat Abhiyaan, only 35 per cent of people opted in favour of it while 57 per cent of respondents do not appreciate it.

When the residents were asked if PM Modi’s demonetisation policy has reduced corruption, 49 per cent of people did not agree with it and only 39 per cent of participants said that demonetisation helped in curbing corruption. However, 51 per cent of people believed that it is working in right direction and fighting against black money.

Of the total respondents a strong majority of 81 per cent believed that Modi government has improved country’s image across the world while 64% approved of the manner in which the government has dealt with Pakistan.

On being asked about job opportunities, 63 per cent believed that unemployment remained as it was earlier whereas only 21 per cent people felt that the government was making effort in enhancing employment opportunities.

On the other hand, CPI(M) general secretary Sitaram Yechury described the three years of the Narendra Modi government as “three years of failure”. “The Modi government is gearing up to celebrate three years in office. Actually, it is three years of failure,” he said while addressing a public meeting.

Meanwhile, it has also been reported that various special programmes based on songs, documentaries and interviews are part of AIR’s strategy to highlight achievements of the Modi government on completion of its three years in office. These programmes will be broadcast through the All India Radio (AIR) network of over 400 centres in Hindi, English and all regional languages, an information and broadcasting ministry official said.

Talking to leading news agency PTI, the official said,”The BJP-led NDA government completes three years in office on May 26. People would be interested to know the outcome and implementation of various decisions taken by the government in the last three years.”

Special discussions would be held on demonetisation, the legislation to regulate the real estate sector and amendments in tax treaties with various countries to “explain” in depth the rationale behind these decisions, he added.

(With inputs from agencies)