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Can Mr.Modi be called the architect of Gujarats growth?

Asked by Kashmira Sinha, 03 Feb '09 09:14 am
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Yes,he is
Answered by Pardeep kapoor, 03 Feb '09 09:15 am

 
  
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Certainly yes. mr. modi is modern architect of gujarat growth. he should be given ' padam shree ' for this contribution
Answered by shekhar vashishtha, 03 Feb '09 07:42 pm

 
  
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The crown for Success or failure of a company rests on the head of the CEO. Similarly Modi alone weras the crown for being called the architect of Gujrat.
Congress , during it's rule did not do good work, that's the reason Modi came to power, and he is doing a great job.
Carry on Modi, you are doing a great job.
Please look at areas like education, health care,-it will go a long way to make Gujrat number one state,
Answered by amitabh - sood, 03 Feb '09 07:39 pm

 
  
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Ofcourse he is a modern day sardar patel.jai hin
Answered by apurva singh, 03 Feb '09 06:58 pm

 
  
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People of Gujarat are always filled with innovative ideas & zeal to grow. They have prospered under any government but yes he has done good job by developing infrastructure.
Answered by Wisdom Quest, 03 Feb '09 09:17 am

 
  
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Certainly.
Answered by Vijai Sharma, 03 Feb '09 09:16 am

 
  
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Whynot?
Answered by priya tandon, 03 Feb '09 09:14 am

 
  
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YES,ofcourse as modi has done some tremendous job for his state's progress. Besides that all businessman of gujarat working there are happy and have praised his earlier efforts and wished him lucked to become the next Prime Minister.
Answered by rajat kumar, 03 Feb '09 08:50 pm

 
  
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NOOOO.... Gujarat was already among the top 3 Industrial states in India when Modi was made the CM because of dissent among the BJP MLAs against the then CM. Gujus have always been entrepreneurial long before Modi was born and the spirit continues even today. So much so that Ahmedabad which once was considered the Textile capital of India, never had a strike in their mills even once as the workers who share the entrepreneurial spirit of their "Seths" always considered hard work and progress over petty fights for "rights"! It was the only state under Babubhai Patel as the CM, who was not afraid to ride on a scooter even as a CM, had resisted the Emergency under Indira Gandhi till he was forcibly removed by Madam in 1977 almost sixteen months after the imposition of Emergency.
Modi can be credited with accelerating the process with good governance provided by a stable government. This only makes him progressive but not necessarily tolerant, the same as with the ...more
Answered by rajesh prajapati, 03 Feb '09 09:23 pm

 
  
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Modi basically came to power by making rhetoric speeches and every now and then challenging the govt to arrest him. He is always projecting himself as the only person brave enough to face the administration. His rhetoric is sometime proves costly as in the latest speech he down graded the judicial system of India regarding evidence of Kasabss letter. Giving abusive names to people of repute, is just another way of showing himself as a bold and daring leader. One more thing is that he wants always to be in front of electronic media. History is proof enough that such type of rhetoric speeches has destroyed nations beyond repairs.
Answered by Umashanker Kapoor, 03 Feb '09 09:13 pm

 
  
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