S.. Khan, 48, is a doctor who runs a small clinic in New Delhi. He says the "rich have become richer and the poor have become poorer" under Modi.
"The whole society is watching. The whole country is watching," he says. "People in the international community are watching what the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has done," says Khan. "They killed the public with demonetization and the rich people keep going up. The rich have become richer and the poor have become poorer."
Essentially, high-value currency was banned overnight as a means to combat corruption and lower tax evasion levels. But it came under fire for crippling small businesses and destabilizing what remains a cash-based economy.
"We did not elect a watchman. If we wanted a watchman, there are quite a few in my street…we wanted a genuine prime minister," Khan says.
Rul Kumar, a 27-year-old New Delhi resident says the government should do more create jobs.
"The government here has to give jobs. Why are there no jobs? The public cannot give that answer. This is why people choose a government," he says. "We have given our vote and using that vote, they built the government. But who is giving us the opportunity now?"
Kumar says he's struggled to find work in the public sector.
"I have been applying for government jobs but there is no opportunity. I have been looking for a job for 6-7 years now. The jobs are less because the management of the government is poor. I don’t know what they are doing. There are vacancies but they are not filling them," he says.