Is Narendra Modi changing India? As a Pakistani i think i can provide an outer perspective. I am following politics very keenly and closely since the day he has taken prime ministership. I have seen some really commendable changes which put us Pakistanis to shame. Some of major changes he has done which have major impact on us: 1) Prime Minister's People Money Scheme: I think this is by far the best thing he has done in his tenure. Literally we Pakistanis don't have such a policy of financial inclusion. Though our government announced about a scheme on this but literally even after one year has been passed nothing fruitful has happened. It has just stuck on papers. As a matter of fact only 14.2 % of total population have account at a financial institution in our nation that is very meager. 2) Diplomacy: Well , yeah he is master and way ahead of our PM in diplomacy. The way he has befriended and brought US and china closer and convinced them for foreign investment is commendable. I knew he was disliked by US in beginning but the way he worked out on his commitment and performance, it convinced Americans to believe him. Irony is that while India has become closer to US, we are getting more isolated. 3) Clean India drive: This is really appreciable. I think Pakistan must emulate it. Although i am not sure of results but at least it will create awareness and develop urge to maintain hygiene and cleanliness among us. 4) Terrorism Handling: I am not entirely convinced that how much he would be able to stop terrorism but the work he has done till now is appreciable. I got to know from Indian media that terrorism has been decreased significantly in Kashmir Valley and more militants are surrendering (My personal view: i think Kashmirs are definitely better in hands of Indian govt considering our country, though i am not sure what Kashmiris want). This is enough to make sure that he is at least trying to mitigate the problem. 5) Smart Cities Mission and Make in India Campaign: Modi announced list of 100 smart cities and Make in India Campaign which will help in elevating the position of India on global level. Unfortunately there is no such campaign in Pakistan. It is not like there is shortage of talent but due to unfavorable conditions (you know what i mean to say!)there is trend of brain drain. I think these points listed above are one of the major changes that have deeply changed the mindset of Pakistanis but thanks to our crooked media we only get to know about India destroying Pakistan, killing minorities kinda bullshit. I have watched Indian media and one thing i can confirm is that our media is totally a govt controlled propaganda machine. They hardly show us reality. Summing up i can say that definitely India has improved under his rule though he has to complete his tenure. I am not personal hater of his policies but some of his politicians, RSS goons and beef politics just flare up the minority-majority issue and only helps in polarization. Some of you may claim it is a minuscule thing but i think since he is PM and topmost ruling authority everything is at stake. Even these so called small things can induce negative image, bias and perception. I think i have said enough. I hope we Pakistanis will elect better politician like Modi and kick out this nincompoop Nawaz who is just good for nothing. P.S. sorry for any grammatical mistakes if occurred. Edit #1. Some of you have commented that i sound like Indian and how do i know so much. Its not tough to think that we are living in internet dominated world where sharing and gaining knowledge is very easy. i have some of my friends from India whom i interact through Facebook. Then there is YouTube and of course Quora. I think I don't need to say anything else now. #2. A guy said that I should reveal myself. I just want to say that i answered anonymous just for the sake of my safety. I belong to Ismailis which are sub-sect of minority sect Shias. The place where i live have just 5 Ismaili families and rest are Sunnis. Last year there was ugly clash between the two groups because of Some Sunni extremists who disliked our way of worship. My dad was also hurt in that clash. He was bedridden for 5 months. We are still living here but very vulnerable now. I don't want to spill beans anymore. Those who don't like my answer please feel free to down-vote it. I am not here for up-votes, i just presented the facts what i found from Social Media.Thank you!!