Sep 192011
 

When the Modi government was sworn in on 7 October 2001, the economy of Gujaratwas reeling under the adverse effects of several natural calamities, including a massive earthquake in January 2001.Gujaratwas struggling in almost every department. Now in 10 years, the same state is known as the most developed one in India and has the growth rate of over 10%.

Modi is also known as workaholic Chief Minister and very ambitious about Gujarat. He is the man who thinks about his state first than anything else. On Vishkarma Day, Modi worships the weapong of Police and Army as he thinks these weapons protect his state from the enemies of India.

Modi also being considered the future PM of India by many for his amazing working skills.

100% of Gujarat’s 18,000 villages have electricity connection for 24hr power through the Jyotigram Yojana. Gujarat ranks first nationwide in gas-based thermal electricity generation with national market share of over 8% and second nationwide in nuclear electricity generation with national market share of over 1%. Gujarat’s other contributions to India:

  • 35% of Petrochemical production
  • 23% of Crude Oil (Onshore)
  • 41% of Chemical products
  • 27% of Groundnut production
  • 15% of Cargo Handling
  • 11% of Cotton production
  • 30% of Natural Gas (Onshore)
  • 18% of Mineral production
  • 25% of Textile production
  • 26% of Pharmaceutical products

As a Chief Minister, Modi started various ‘yojanas’ or plans. This includes:

  • Panchamrut Yojana, a five-pronged strategy for an integrated development of the state,
  • Sujalam Sufalam, a scheme to create a grid of water resources in Gujarat in an innovative step towards water conservation and its appropriate utilization.
  • Krishi Mahotsav – agricultural research labs for the land
  • Chiranjeevi Yojana – To reduce infant mortality rate
  • Matru Vandana – Providing preventive and curative services under the Reproductive and Child Health Programme
  • Beti Bachao – Campaign against female infanticide to improve sex ratio
  • Jyotigram Yojana – Provide electricity to every village
  • Karmayogi Abhiyan – To educate and train government employees
  • Kanya Kelavani Yojana – To encourage female literacy and education
  • Balbhog Yojana – Midday meal scheme for students to encourage school attendance from poor backgrounds.
Several countries like US have praised the development and the governance in Gujarat. Many developed countries have even instructed their own ministers to follow the path of Gujarat. Many business tycoons of India have hailed Gujarat’s easy business establishing policies. Ratan Tata even gave message to investors during speech “Stupid if you are not in Gujarat”.
Even Muslims are happier in Gujarat than any other state in India. Below is the report submitted by Justice Sachar appointed by PM Dr. Manmohan Singh himself about Gujarat’s Muslims:
"Muslim Report in Gujarat Happier"

The Economist even compared Gujarat with China’s Guangdong (fastest developing state of China these days), read the complete details here…..

Sandeep Bhatia, a manager for CEAT, the firm that owns the project, says it took only 24 months to complete, including the normally fraught process of buying land. There is constant electricity, gas and abundant water. The state government, he says, kept red tape to a minimum, did not ask for bribes, and does not interfere much now.

Here is the look of another Gujarat’s projects through some pics:

"Gujarat Roads Developments"

Gujarat Roads Developments Expenditure by Wikipedia

"Gujarat's Ahmedabad BRTS System"

Gujarat's Ahmedabad BRTS System Considered Better than Delhi's

"Gujarat's Kankaria Lake at Night"

Gujarat's Kankaria Lake at Night

"Separate Lanes for Cyclists in Gujarat"

Separate Lanes for Cyclists

"Sabarmati River Track for Jogging"

Newly built track alongwith Sabarmati river

"Ahmedabad Vadodra Expressway at night"

Ahmedabad Vadodra Expressway

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  12 Responses to “My personal blog on the development done by Narendra Modi in Gujarat”

  1. “Since Narendra Modi has become the Chief Minister ofIndia ” – pls correct this line

  2. GOVERMENT OF GUJARAT IS CHANGE TO GOLDEN SPERO……..SO NOW EVERY ONE LIKE CONGRESS WANTS TO HAVE THIS GOLDEN SPERO FOR THEIR OWN WELTH………IT IS TEAM WORK TO GIVE A GROTH LIKE GUJARAT…..BUT IT HAPPEB BECAUSE SHREE NARENDRA MODI “S LEADERSHEEPS AND PROPER GUIDE LINE TOWARDS THE GUJARAT……NO WONE WANTED TO HELP IN HIS TREMENDES EFFORT FOR DEVELOPMENT…NOW ONES THE FIRST FASE OF WORK IS DONE THEY WANTS TO TACK CRADETS FOR GUJARAT DEVELOPMENT……THE TRUTH IS SHREE NARENDRA MODI IS GOOD LEADER AND HIS LEADERSHEEPS BROUGHT GUJARAT EXCELENT GROUTH IN LAST 9 YEARS……….JAJI JAI GARVI GUJARAT

  3. Thanks for pointing out !

  4. i donot think they will respond being paid mediea

  5. i like your comment

  6. Development is good, why the author is trying the comparision with muslims?that is not correct. compare with total poplulation, not with caste!!!!!!!

  7. Thanks for sharing these pictures.I have heard a lot about development in Gujarat and respect Mr.Modi for his efforts but I have personally never been to this state.Looking at these pictures,I feel very tempted to visit Gujarat.

  8. This comparison is because Modi was always portrayed as against Muslims.

  9. HEY I DONT KNOW ABT THE OTHER THINGS HOW AUTHENTIC THAT, BUT I MYSELF HAVE EXPERIENCED THAT THE ELECTRICITY STATUS OF VILLAGES IN GUJARAT HAS NOT CHANGED MUCH AS POWER SUPPLY IS OFF FOR ATLEAST 6-8 HRS A DAY THERE..THEN HOW CAN THEY SAY THAT ITS 24HRS IN VILLAGES!!!!!!!

  10. yes he can become as a prime minister of India.His development is good…what about his alleged role in the 2002 riots…

  11. @dr. jayun.
    Even I wonder about the authenticity of all these info. Makes a nice read though.. as all, fairy tales are good to read…

  12. […] The True Facts Speak For Themselves […]

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