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Subject: Humane-Rights-Agenda Moneylender Advani Sucked Gujarat Replaced Keshubhai
Moneylender Advani Sucked Gujarat Replaced Keshubhai
I am not preventing few Modi and Advani supporters from licking their boots.
Friends, Advani was elected from Gandhinagar five times, four times before Bhuj earthquake was charging 8.5% rate of interest on WB and ADB loans of $900 million as Deputy Prime Minister of India .
Keshubhai Patel lost Chief Ministership for challenging Central Leadership for injustice caused to Gujarat in its worst economic situation recovering 1999 and 2000 years of worst FAMINE in 100 years and battling severe earthquake.
Mean Narindra Modi took advantage of the situation and replaced Keshubhai Patel as Chief Minister within 37 days.
Previously Natural Calamities affected Gujarat . Since Modi arrival its Modi Made Calamities.
Modis 2200 hand picked Goondas ran away from Godhra Station with all the Trishuls and weapons provided by Modi when few Chaiwala pelted stones.
In fire that resulted from disputed reasons was a big embarrassment for Modi, Advani and RSS. So ordered he 100 day long communal riots.
Modi engineered FLOODS by obstructing the course of rivers.
Modi earned the distinction of "Black Listed" Chief Minister. No EU and USA , Canada Official attends Gujarat public functions.
Even his NANO Gambit failed. Tata could book only 2 lakh Nano against expectations of 5 lakh which means Nanos can be produced at Pant Nagar and Pune plants.
Financing Earthquake Relief
The Asian Development Bank and the World Bank have sanctioned loans of 900 million dollars for earthquake rehabilitation. I would request the Central Government to transfer these funds to the State at the same rate of interest at which these funds are received from the International Financial Institutions. These loans will be used for humanitarian relief. Calamities on the scale of the recent Kachchh earthquake rarely occur in the history of a country. The ADB and the World Bank are providing the assistance on IDA terms and charging a rate of interest of 1%. The Govt. of India proposes to charge a rate of interest of 8.5% on this aid. The State Government is hardly in a position to pay this high rate of interest and would request for a special consideration by the Central Government.
Relief Against Natural Calamities
As has been mentioned earlier, Gujarat faces natural calamities repeatedly. The areas of Saurashtra and Kachchh repeatedly face either cyclone or drought. This year we have additionally suffered from the calamity of earthquake. The State has a Calamity Relief Fund for calamities of normal severity and for calamities of rare severity, National Contingency Relief Fund provides assistance. However, our experience is that during such calamities, the aid received from this Fund by the State is quite inadequate compared to the actual requirement. I would urge that the Central Government should provide adequate finances to cope up with such calamities fully.
Drinking water is the most important problem in Gujarat . During the last two years failure of rains created scarcity conditions and water shortages in large areas of the State. We have provided water to 439 villages, 31 cities, and 4 municipalities through Saurashtra Pipeline Scheme based on Narmada and Mahi Canals . It is planned to provide 5000 lakhs litres of water per day through Maliya-Kachchh, Maliya-Morvi- Tankara-Jamnagar and Tankara-Rajkot Pipelines in the coming two years.
The Government has in the past three years, taken a massive enrolment drive (Praveshotsav) and enrolled 5,26,000 children in the 1st Std. this year. The enrolment rate has thus gone up by 22.5 per cent in the last three years with the support of Village Education Committees. Parent -Teacher Associations and Mother-Teacher Associations. The drop out rate has come down from 35.40 per cent in 1996-97 to 22.30 per cent in 1999-2000. The target of all children completing five years of schooling will be achieved by 2007.
After globalization, it was expected that sizeable private investments will flow into infrastructure projects in the fields of power, ports, roads etc. Gujarat prepared an Infrastructure Vision 2010 which is being implemented since the last three years. Under this agenda, it is proposed to complete 383 projects with an investment of Rs. 1,16,000 crores mostly through private investment. I take pleasure in informing this August House that we have completed 36 projects with an investment of Rs. 1900 crores in the last three years. 108 Projects with a projected investment of 46,630 crores are under finalization. Gujarat is unique in that we have an Open Bidding System for infrastrcuture projects which ensures Complete and Total Transparency.
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