Rate various Central Govt Ministries and Depts for 1 year performance of Modi Govt 2.0

As the Modi Government 2.0 completes its 1st year during these uncertain times, we would like you to rate the functioning of various ministries and departments of the Government during the last 1 year. You may do so at the link below. If you do not find the respective department listed, you may add it and then rate it,

Rate Central Government Ministries

The objective of this exercise is to let the Government know what has worked and what hasn't as far as different arms of the Government go. So, do rate them and share the rating link with your contacts on social media so they also have an opportunity to rate and share. more  

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I think this is not the time to rate all ministries performance this year include the period of lockdown also . more  
It is not wise nor acceptable to criticize the Central Government for taking a strict step to contain the casualties due to COVID - 19. It is for the State Governments also to take care of the welfare of migrated workers. Why point the finger against MODI? Very Unfair and shows immaturity. If this step was not taken the comments would have come otherwise.When one State Government, Kerala, could act promptly and appropriately to bringdown the casualities due to COVID 19 why not other State Governments also?
Let us understand our responsibility to keep ourselves safe for our family and not to look upon the Government always ?
JAI HIND more  
Just to prove his image of strictness, Modi locked us down for 2 months causing immense damage to workers and small businesses and saved a few thousand lives. Most of govt servants enjoyed fully paid holidays. more  
Please check the control of population very strictly. Please see that migrants do not migrate to other states. Please see that there are enough jobs for the population in the states. I have time and again stated that the judiciary is far from giving justice as there are too many cases pending and had also given a solution but no action has taken place and that section in now in a rut. more  
Overall there is a lack of quality in action. The home ministry is not acting with sternness. Eg. In kerala , the sabrimala subject was not handled with the public and sincere pilgrims in view. Though many police officers went out off the way to help anti.socials, no timely action was taken against them. The legal system has lost its grace and quest for truth due to extreme political interference. All thats happening is political rivalry and news making. Proper Governance and civil welfare is almost missing. The post qovid period is still uncertain and clueless for majority of the public more  
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