The Chief Minister is the key administrator of the state. The chief minister’s position in the state is similar to the position of the Prime Minister at the Centre. The Chief Minister is the leader of the Legislative Assembly and heads the Council of Ministers and is the spokesperson of the State Government. Chief Minister, must keep a watchful eye on the public opinion and formulate development and internal policies accordingly.
Here are the top 10 Best Chief Ministers in India have been enlisted below:
10. Manik Sarkar
He is the CM of Tripura and is the member of The Marxist Communist Party of India.He has ensured Peace in the State, which has led to socio- economic developments and boost in the economy of the state.He has been the CM since 1998. He donates his salary as CM to the party and receives Rs.5,000 as subsistence allowance.
9. Nitish Kumar
Nitish Kumar, the CM of Bihar since February 2015. Electrification of villages, ensuring doctors worked in primary health centres, increasing female literacy, appointment of school teachers and turning around the lawless state into a peaceful place,have endeared him to the Biharis. He was sworn in as the CM for the 5th time in 2015.
8. Mamata Bannerjee
She is the Chief Minister of West Bengal since 2001and is also the founder of All India Trinamool Congress. She has introduced various reforms in the health and education sector and also initiated a three phase developmental system to improve health infrastructure and service. She won the elections in 2016 with an enhanced majority and contesting alone, becoming the first party to win without allies since 1962, in West Bengal.
7. Pawan Kumar Chamling
He is the Chief Minister of Sikkim. He has the distinction of being the longstanding CM of any state in India. 50% job reservation for women and free education up to the college level are the most popular initiatives, by him. Sikkim has become India’s First organic stateand also the first state in India to have 100% sanitation. In 2010, he launched a scheme under which all citizens are entitled toa free annual health check- up. It is all set to become a poverty- free state, soon, under the leadership of Chamling.
6. Devendra Fadnavis
Devendra Fadnavis, the Chief minister of Maharashtra has served just one year as the Chief Minister of Maharashtra, but his administrative reforms like Jalyukt Shivar, to make the state drought free, abolition of Toll and local body tax to make Maharashtra a toll free state has made him one of the popular CM’s in India. His industry friendly policies and the amendment, to the Factories Act which allows women labourers to work night shifts and easing the approval procedures for infrastructure development and constant monitoring under his leadership is all set to make the State progress.
5. Arvind Kejriwal
Arvind kejriwal, the leader of the AamAadmi Party and the Chief Minister of Delhi is gaining International recognition for his effective functioning as the CM. He is appreciated for introducing Mohalla Clinics, 100 more of which are about to come and for the money saved in three big projectsand that money is being used to provide free medicines. He implemented the Odd and Even rule to regulate the cars and lessen the pollution.
4. Raman Singh
Raman Singh has been the chief Minister of Chattisgarh, since December 2003 and is a member of the BJP. He has been noted for his organizational abilities and programs implemented for improving the conditions of the scheduled caste and scheduled tribe people. Through the Salwa Judum initiative, he banned Naxalite organizations in Chhattisgarh. He is serving the third term as chief minister and is considered as one of the top CM’s because of the development the state is witnessing under his leadership.
3. Shivraj Singh Chauhan
Shivraj Singh Chauhan is in office as the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh for 11 years. He belongs to the Bharatiya Janatha Party. He is currently serving his third term as the Chief Minister of this state and he is the only person to have done so, which shows that he has touched the hearts of the people of his State through his work. He has implemented many welfare schemes from which the youth, girls and women can benefit.
2. Naveen Patnaik
Naveen Patnaik is the Chief Minister of Odisha and is also one of the Top Chief Ministers of India. He is from the Biju Janata Dal. He abstained from protests regarding demonetisation and welcomed the move as it was a measure against corruption and would bring greater transparency in Governance. He is serving the 4th term as CM. Recently, He urged the Central Government to review its decision of not allowing District Central co-operative Banks to exchange demonetised notes. He announced the Mahaprayan scheme, in February this year, a scheme offering free hearse services from government hospitals. He has introduced many social welfare schemes which have earned good all wide support for him and to increase his reputation.
1. K. Chandrasekhar Rao
Telangana is anewly formed state, but its CM, K. Chandrasekhar Rao,has been declared as the best Chief Minister in India in a survey. Mission Kakatiya, which aims to restore about 45,000 lakes within five years, Mission Bagirathi, which aims to supply tap water to all households by laying pipelines within 2018 and Haritha Haram planting of 230 crore saplings in five years, is supposed to have impressed the people and have made this government stand out among the rest of the states and has made him grab the No.1 CM position.
The welfare measures and dynamism are factors that connect people to their leaders. The above mentioned leaders have progressed by developing such measures.