Sep 282011

Reliance Industries Limited chairman and managing director Mukesh Ambani praised Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi for doing so much in Gujarat putting it on the world map. Mukesh said, “Modi had made India and Indians proud with his great development efforts.

Mukesh Ambani praised the administrative qualities of Narendra Modi as well and even said, “Every state needs a Chief Minister like him.”

"Mukesh Ambani speaking on Narendra Modi in Gujarat"

“Modi’s hard-work for Gujarat is really showing up and he would definitely make it a number one state of Asia.”

The world is taking note of Gujarat’s model and your flawless execution. Gujarat is blessed to have an inspiring leader like you. All I can say is thank you,” said Ambani at the second convocation of Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University (PDPU) on Tuesday.

Commenting on the opportunities in research, he told students, “I wish I was 25 years younger and in your place. It reminds me of a time when I felt all impossible things were possible. If an arid land in Jamnagar can be converted into the refining capital of the world and if a sleepy village in Gujarat can become the automotive hub of Asia, I feel anything can be done.”

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  1. Salvation in Salaya ?

    As per Wikipedia , town of Salaya ( Gujarat / India ) , has a population of 30,000
    85 % are Muslims
    In a recent Municipal Election in Salaya , BJP won all 27 seats , fielding 24 Muslim candidates.
    Congress lost all seats , losing deposit in three
    All over Gujarat State , BJP won 47 out of 75 Municipal Elections ( 1142 seats out of 1905 )

    Possible reasons :

    ? Chief Minister Narendra Modi persuaded ESSAR to set-up in Salaya , a power project ( 1000 MW ) at a cost of Rs 7,000 Crores

    ? According to Ministry of Labour and Employment of Government of India , Gujarat has the lowest Unemployment Rate of just 1 % , amongst all the Indian States

    It is entirely likely that due to this huge investment , nobody is unemployed in Salaya !
    And which employed person has time to go out in the streets and protest ?

    Does this mean, “ Jobs for All = Peace in Salaya “ ? You bet !

    With regards

    hemen parekh

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