Washington: According to a US think tank survey, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is still the most popular celebrity in Indian politics. In the survey, about 2,464 people were included in India. The Think Tank 'Pew Research Center' has done this survey. According to a survey conducted between 21st February to 10th March this year, with 88% figures, Modi has 30 points on Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi (58%), Congress President Sonia Gandhi (57%), 31 points while Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal (39 percent) got a 49-point lead. ![pm-modi-himachal-elections-dharamshala-pti_650x400_71509820008.jpg](https://steemitimages.com/DQmZYDKdU27f8qdwBQ2SbechJN4SuecmaP2gN5uYJaMG3pA/pm-modi-himachal-elections-dharamshala-pti_650x400_71509820008.jpg) Both the BJP and the Aam Aadmi Party's Arvind Kejriwal today asked Rahul Gandhi to "expose" Narendra Modi if he had proof of the Prime Minister's involvement in corruption. "I have personal information regarding corruption involving the Prime Minister. If I will speak, his balloon will burst. He is scared. Modi is personally terrified with the information I have," Rahul Gandhi said earlier today. "It is personal corruption of the Prime Minister. Thus, they (the government) are not allowing me to speak in Parliament," the Congress leader added. The BJP dared the Congress vice-president to speak out. "He says there will be earthquake if he speaks. We say please speak, the earthquake will never come. Instead, the ground beneath his feet will disappear," Union Minister Prakash Javadekar said. "If Rahul Gandhi has the info, he could have revealed it 20 days ago. But till today, he isn't ready to make any earth-shattering revelations," Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth Kumar said.