Relationship Between Gujarat And BJP Is Not Of Politics But A Relation Of Belongingness : Narendra Modi » Bhajpa Ki Baat
PM Narendra Modi at Jan VIshwas Sammelan in Anand, Gujarat
Addressing a massive ‘Jan VIshwas Sammelan’ in Anand, Gujarat, PM Shri Narendra Modi said, “The relationship between Gujarat and the BJP is not of politics but a relation of belongingness.” PM Shri Modi reiterated the paradigm shift Gujarat has seen under the BJP government that has been removing the barriers to development for more than two decades. He highlighted how the agricultural farmers in Gujarat have benefitted massively through improved water supply and electricity distribution.
PM Shri Modi said the BJP government in Gujarat has always strived for creating an environment that helps industries flourish, creates ample opportunities for youth and protects the interests of the farmers.
Talking about the unbreakable bond of 20 years between Gujarat and the BJP, Shri Modi said the BJP government is taking Gujarat to get global recognition through a variety of schemes and infrastructure creation. He also highlighted the threat of deceit and propaganda, which the opposition is instigating to derail Gujarat’s development.
PM Shri Modi further said if you meet some Congress leaders, then ask them whether they visited Sardar saheb’s tallest statue in the world to bow their head. They would not do it because if they bow their head here then their same head would be in danger at their Delhi high command.
Gujarat to take a high jump
When I was CM, the threat of Maoism was looming large over Gujarat. But, the people of Gujarat did not get swayed and they preferred the path of development. The results are for everyone to see, Shri Modi said.
He said the phase of running is over, and now Gujarat has to take a high jump. In the coming decades, Gujarat is going to emerge as a hydrogen hub, pharmacy hub, semiconductor hub, EV hub. GIFT City is going to give a huge opportunity to the youth here.
Modi Shaikshanik Sankul inaugurated
In Ahmedabad, the Prime Minister inaugurated phase-1 of Modi Shaikshanik Sankul- an educational complex for needy students. The project will help provide facilities to students for holistic development, as per a government release.
The Prime Minister also inaugurated and laid the foundation stone of projects worth Rs 1,460 crore in Jamnagar. These projects are related to irrigation, power, water supply and urban infrastructure.
The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi on 10 October laid the foundation stone and dedicated to the nation multiple projects worth around Rs 1450 crore related to irrigation, power, water supply and urban infrastructure in Jamnagar, Gujarat. These projects include Kalavad Group Augmentation water supply scheme of Kalavad/Jamnagar Taluka Morbi-Maliya-Jodiya group Augmentation water supply scheme, Lalpur Bypass junction flyover Bridge, Hapa Market Yard Railway Crossing, and the refurbishment of the Sewer Collection pipeline and pumping station. The Prime Minister dedicated package 7 of Saurashtra Avtaran Irrigation (SAUNI) Yojana Link 3 (from Und Dam to Sonmati Dam), package 5 of SAUNI Yojana Link 1 (from Und-1 dam to SANI Dam) and Haripar 40 MW Solar PV project.
Addressing the gathering, the Prime Minister thanked the people for the grand welcome and blessings showered upon him during his journey to the venue. The Prime Minister congratulated the people for the dedication and foundation stone laying of eight projects related to water, electricity and connectivity. He further added that the foundation stones have been laid for a community hall for the people of the Valmiki community that will benefit them greatly in organising cultural programmes and other events.
The Prime Minister informed everyone that five resolutions of development have created a solid foundation for the state of Gujarat. The first resolution is People’s (Jan) Shakti, the second is Gyan Shakti, the third is Water (Jal) Shakti, the fourth is Energy (Urja) Shakti and finally Raksha Shakti. “Gujarat is scaling new heights based on these five solid foundations”, Shri Modi added.
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