Clip_136Recently, India’s most well-known film script-writer Salim Khan (actor Salman  Khan’s father) has said to a senior journalist in an interview:

“Does anyone remember who the chief minister of Maharashtra was during
the Bombay riots which were no less deadly than the Gujarat riots of  2002?

Does anyone recall the name of the chief minister of UP during
Malliana and Meerut riots or that of the Bihar CM when the Bhagalpur
or Jamshedpur riots under Congress regimes took place?

Do we hear names of earlier chief ministers of Gujarat under whose charge,
hundreds of riots took place in post-Independence India?

Does anyone remember who was in-charge of Delhi’s security when the 1984
massacre of Sikhs took place in the capital of India?

How come Narendra Modi has been singled out as the Devil Incarnate as if
he personally carried out all the killings during the riots of 2002?

No speck of doubt about what Salim Khan has said.

When one says Gujarat’s agriculture growth is 10-11% since whole
last decade.
The other says 2002 Riots!

When one says he made the Asia’s biggest solar plant,
The other says 2002 Riots!

When one says Gujarat is the only state in the whole of India to
provide 24*7 and 365 days electricity to almost all of its 18,000
villages,
The other says 2002 Riots!

When one says – World Bank’s statement of 2011 said, Gujarat
roads are equivalent to international standards,
The other says 2002 Riots!

When one says Gujarat is the first State in country to have
“high speed wireless Broadband service in its all 18,000 villages,
The other says 2002 Riots!

When one says Forbes Magazine rated Ahmadabad as the fastest
growing city in India and 3rd in the world,
The other says 2002 Riots!

When one says Gujarat Tourism is growing faster than ever before,
The other says 2002 Riots!

When one says according to central govt’s Labour Bureau’s report, Gujarat has the lowest unemployment rate in country,
The other says 2002 Riots!

When Narendra Modi is being chosen as the best current Indian leader in
almost all surveys & polls again and again
The other says 2002 Riots!

When one says 2003-2013 are the only 10 straight years in
Gujarat history which are totally riot-free,
The other STILL says 2002 Riots!

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But when we remind them about riots which occurred during Congress and in
Communist Party rule :
1947

Bengal……………………………5,000 to 10,000 dead  CONGRESS RULE.

1964 Rourkela…………………………2,000 dead………………………CONGRESS RULE.

1967 Ranchi…………………………….200 dead………………………CONGRESS RULE.

1969 Ahmedabad 512 dead………………………CONGRESS RULE.

1970 Bhiwandi 80 dead………………………CONGRESS RULE.

1979 Jamshedpur……………………..125 dead…..CPIM RULE (COMMUNIST PARTY)

1980 Moradabad………………………2,000 dead………………………CONGRESS RULE.

1983 Nellie Assam……………………..5,000 dead…………………….CONGRESS RULE.

1984 anti-Sikh Delhi…………………..2,733 dead……………………..CONGRESS RULE

1984 Bhiwandi…………………………..146 dead………………………CONGRESS RULE

1985 Gujarat………………………………300 dead………………………CONGRESS RULE

1986 Ahmedabad………………………..59 dead………………………CONGRESS RULE

1987 Meerut……………………………….81 dead……………………..CONGRESS RULE

1989 Bhagalpur……………………………1,070 dead……………………..CONGRESS RULE

1990 Hyderabad…………………………..300 dead……………………..CONGRESS RULE

1992 Bombay…………………………….900 TO 2000 dead…………………CONGRESS RULE

1992 Aligarh…………………………………176 dead…………………….CONGRESS RULE

1992 Surat……………………………………175 dead……………………CONGRESS RULE

They become totally deaf ………………because they have no answer.
Congress is a government of hypocrites.

The youth of India says:………………………………………………………………………………………..

We are not interested in 2002, We are interested in 2022

13631_207943808504_132344718504_3217467_952645_nDo you know the richest city of India? 

Surat –  The richest (1)

Ahmadabad – 5th richest

Surat is the richest city in India.

 

According to the August 8 , 2010 report of the National Council of Applied  Economic Research, the richest city in India is now Surat, ahead of  Bangalore and Chennai, with an average annual household income of Rs 0.45  million (over  $11,000 per year).

80 per cent of all diamonds sold in any part of the world are polished in Surat ‘s 10,000 diamond units.

The only non-Jews in the Tel Aviv and Jerusalem diamond bourse (stock exchange) are Guraratis.

Between 2004-5 and 2008-10 Surat ‘s middle class doubled in size and its poor reduced by a third.

The fifth richest city in India is now Ahmadabad , ahead of Bombay and Delhi, and miles ahead of Calcutta.

The percentage of man-days (labor class, manual labor workers etc). lost  in Gujarat due to labour unrest is 0.42 percent.

The percentage of man-days (labour class, manual labor workers) lost  in Gujarat due to labour unrest is 0.42 per cent, the lowest in India. Gujaratis do not believe in meaningless strikes.

Of Gujarat’s 18,048 villages, 17,940 have electricity. CM Narendra Modi has been voted as one of the most dynamic, hard working political leaders in the country. You can see why. Amma, Didi, Behnji   Manmohan can do well to take a leaf from Modi’s book of excellence.

The world’s largest oil refinery is in Jamnagar. Owned by Reliance, it already refines 660,000 barrels of oil every day and will double that this year.

Thirty percent of India’s cotton is grown in Gujarat.

Gujarat thus employs at least 0.7 million people.

The world’s third largest denim manufacturer (for your trusty jeans) is   Ahmedabad’s  Arvind Mills.

The state of Gujarat’s GDP has been growing at 12 percent a year for the last 12 years, as fast as China’s.

India’s wealthiest man, Mukesh Ambani of Reliance, is a Gujarati. Forbes  says he is the world’s fifth richest man, worth $43 billion. Azim Premji of Wipro, is also a Gujarati.

He is the world’s 21st richest man, worth $17 billion.

Ten of the 25 richest Indians are Gujaratis.  Some of the best shrewdest  business communities in India have proud Gujarati Ancestry.

Parsis, Jains, Memons, Banias, Khojas and Bohras – all speak Gujarati.

The two great leaders of the subcontinent, the Mahatma and the Quaid, were  both Gujaratis from trading communities.  One a Bania, the other a Khoja.

Gujaratis number 55 million, five percent of India’s population living on   six percent of surface area, but hold 30 per cent of all Indian stock.

Gujaratis account for 16 percent of all Indian exports and 17 percent of GDP.

Modi Donating Gifts 

IMG_0326BJP supporters claim Narendra Modi is an able administrator but they say what people are unaware of is that somewhere in his heart lies a man who thinks about poor and goes an extra mile to do something for them. Every year, according to them, Narendra Modi donates gifts which he gets from his well wishers, to the Government treasury.

Recently, he donated about 3,064 gifts worth approximately Rs 26.54 lakh. The gifts included 103 gold and silver artefacts valued at Rs 14.81 lakh, besides watches, mementos, coins, medals, metal and wooden handicrafts, photo frames, swords, and traditional and tribal attires. Not only this, these items will be auctioned to raise funds for the State welfare schemes. This is the 13th time Modi has done so.

He has been regularly donating since November 2001.

According to various reports, he has earlier donated Rs 18.91 crore to the Government treasury. The amount raised through the auction of 15,464 gifts he had received between November 2001 and December 2013. This totals to 18,710 gifts so far. The auctions are held in Ahmedabad, Gandhinagar, Surat, Mehsana, Rajkot, Valsad, Vapi, Bhavnagar, Bharuch and Anand.

Incidentally, Narendra Modi happens to be the only Chief Minister in India who has been regularly donating gifts he had been receiving for some noble cause. The sum raised through auction goes for the welfare for the girl child education, called Kanya Kelavni Nidhi.