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Data on the myth about Gujarat's development and its reality..!!

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  • Gujarat – The Myth versus Reality Indian National Congress
  • Myths of Gujarat Development
  • Average Annual Growth Rate (2006-11 at constant prices) 14 11.61% 12 10 8 7.18% 7.23% 7.54% 8.58% 8.87% 9.06% 6 4 2 0 Source: Planning Commission and Directorate of Economics and Statistics, Delhi 9.42% 10.37% 10.51%
  • Outstanding Debt of Gujarat Under Modi (in Rs. Crore) 200000 176490 180000 160000 140000 120000 100000 80000 52572 60000 40000 20000 0 2002-2003 Source: Ministry of Finance 2012-2013
  • -5 -10 5.01 Assam India Bihar 3.65 20.52 17.31 14.06 20 Source: Planning Commission Madhya Pradesh 9.51 8.46 6.32 15 Chhattigarh Tamil Nadu Haryana Gujarat 5.94 4.58 Maharashtra 10 Jammu & Kashmir 4.57 3.84 Jharkhand Uttar Pradesh 3.36 Uttarakhand 2.14 0.78 Andhra Pradesh Punjab 0.54 Rajasthan 1.98 -1.03 Kerala West Bengal -1.95 Karnataka 0 -4.57 -5.1 5 Odisha Himachal Pradesh Growth Rate of Agriculture & Allied Sectors 25 (2011-12)
  • 16.09 12.35 3.69 7.22 7.13 6.41 5.73 5.34 5.29 5.21 4.23 4.12 4.11 3.25 3.05 2.83 2.58 2.38 1.6 -1.1 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 -2 15.66 Average Growth Rate of Agriculture & Allied Sectors 2005-06 to 2012-13 Source: Planning Commission
  • Real Story of Investments and MOU’s Year MOU’s Promised Investments (Rs. Crore) Actual no. of Projects Actual Investments (Rs. Crore) 2011 8380 20,83,047 248 (2.96%) 29,813 (1.43%) 2009 8660 12,39,562 1,342 (15.5%) 1,04,590 (8.44%) 2007 363 4,65,309 160 (44.08%) 1,07,897 (23.19%) 2005 226 1,06,160 115 (50.88%) 37,939 (35.74%) 2003 76 66,068 42 (55.26%) 37,746 (57.13%) Source: Economic Times
  • Monthly Per Capita Spending - Gujarat Rural Households State Money Spent (in Rs.) Rank 2012 Rank 2000 Kerala 2356 1 1 Punjab 2136 2 2 Haryana 1926 3 3 Tamil Nadu 1571 4 6 Andhra Pradesh 1563 5 11 Gujarat 1430 8 4 Source: NSSO
  • Monthly Per Capita Spending - Gujarat Urban Households State Money Spent (in Rs.) Rank 2012 Rank 2000 Haryana 3346 1 4 Kerala 3044 2 3 Maharashtra 2937 3 1 Karnataka 2899 4 5 Punjab 2743 5 6 Gujarat 2472 9 7 Source: NSSO
  • Per Capita Income 2012-13 (current rate) Per Capita Income (INR) 250000 201,083 200000 175,000 150000 77,492 100000 50000 87,661 102,844 109,929 33,732 0 Uttar Pradesh Source: Planning Commission Karnataka Punjab Gujarat Maharashtra Goa Delhi
  • Per Capita Income – Increase across States – not unique to Gujarat 120000 Haryana Maharashtra Gujarat 1,08,345 80000 Tamil Nadu Kerala Punjab Andhra Pradesh 100000 Karnataka Rajasthan Chhattisgarh Odisha 95339 89668 88697 80924 Madhya Pradesh 78633 68970 68423 60000 53735 46743 41896 40000 37994 20000 0 2004-2005 Source: Planning Commission 2005-2006 2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12
  • Growth Rate of Gross State Domestic Product in Agriculture & Allied Sector 2004-05 Prices - 2011-12) 25 20.52 20 15 10 19.03 17.31 14.06 Rank-9th 12.61 9.51 8.46 7.41 6.32 5 0 Source : Central Statistical Organisation (CSO) & Ministry of Agriculture, Govt. of India (as on 30.09.2013) 6
  • 25.0 20.0 15.0 10.0 5.0 19.3 18.6 Growth Rate of Gross State Domestic Product in Industry Sector at Constant 2004-05 prices (2011-12) 13.9 13.9 13.1 10.3 10.2 9.5 9.5 8.2 Rank 22 7.9 7.7 7.3 7.2 7.0 6.9 6.8 6.6 6.6 6.6 6.6 5.2 5.2 0.0 Source : Central Statistical Organization (CSO) & Ministry of Agriculture, Govt. of India (as on 30.09.2013)
  • Growth Rate of Gross State Domestic Product in Manufacturing Sector at Constant 2004-05 Prices (2011-12) 18.0 16.0 14.0 12.0 10.0 8.0 6.0 4.0 2.0 0.0 17.0 15.0 13.3 14.6 13.012.2 10.3 9.8 9.7 9.2 8.2 8.1 6.4 6.4 6.3 5.4 4.7 Source : Central Statistical Organization (CSO) & Ministry of Agriculture, Govt. of India (as on 30.09.2013) Rank-19th 4.4 4.2 3.8
  • 25 21.5 20 Growth Rate of Gross State Domestic Product in Services Sector at Constant 2004-05 (2011-12) 20.72 20.2 15.82 15 Rank-10th 15.31 13.31 12.98 12.34 10 5 0 Bihar Manipur Chhattisgarh Assam Chandigarh Goa Himachal Gujarat Pradesh Source : Central Statistical Organisation (CSO) & Ministry of Agriculture, Govt. of India (as on 30.09.2013)
  • FDI Equity Inflows to Indian States 2012-13 (USD Million) 12000 10000 9,553 7,983 8000 6000 4000 1,533 2000 1,422 Karnataka Tamil Nadu 1,001 848 0 Maharashtra Delhi Gujarat Source: Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP), Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India Andhra Pradesh
  • 13% 20% 12% 79% 54% 68% 68% 63% 45% 44% 43% 41% 41% 40% 38% 31% 25% 30% 20% 40% 30% 50% 39% 60% 63% 57% 70% 60% 80% 75% 90% 70% Incidence of Multi Dimensional Poverty (2013) – UN Report 10% Source: OPHI
  • 20.0 10.0 18.5 30.0 2.1 3.4 4.8 7.0 8.7 9.0 14.7 15.8 16.0 16.7 18.5 40.0 28.6 50.0 18.7 21.3 30.6 32.5 34.3 35.6 37.6 39.3 40.5 60.0 51.0 53.5 Percentage of Population in Severe Poverty (2013) – UN Report 0.0 Source: Oxford Poverty & Human Development Initiative 2013
  • 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 Gujarat has the 15th highest percentage of population living below the poverty line. 21.92 45 5.09 7.05 8.06 8.26 9.2 9.91 10.35 11.16 11.26 11.28 14.71 16.63 17.35 19.98 20.71 20.91 29.43 31.65 31.98 32.59 33.74 36.96 39.93 Percentage of Poor by States (2011-12) – Planning Commission 0 Source: Planning Commission
  • Ranking of States with Vulnerable Households (HH’s with no assets) 2011 No Assets - Households NOT owning – bicycle, transistor, television, landline/ mobile, banking service, scooter, or car 20.0 18.0 16.0 14.0 12.0 10.0 8.0 6.0 4.0 2.0 0.0 17.2% 17.3% 13.8% 14.3% 11.4% 8.9% 2.9% 4.4% Source: Census,2001 4.6% 4.8% 5.1% 9.4% 18.2% 18.7%
  • Asset Less Households • In Gujarat 18.7% of the households have no assets - radio/ transistor, television, telephone, bicycle, scooter/ motorcycle/ moped or car/jeep/van. • Gujarat‟s ranked 19th in such poor househlds in 2001, and its rank remained 19th even in 2011 showing that in comparison to other States, Gujarat made no relative improvement. • The BJP ruled states – Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh have the highest number of asset-less households.
  • 0.200 0.100 0.045 0.300 0.095 0.000 Source: RBI 0.798 0.765 0.759 0.752 0.746 0.729 0.707 0.638 0.551 0.546 0.521 0.504 0.495 0.491 0.453 0.430 0.404 0.395 0.400 0.352 0.500 0.345 0.341 0.600 0.383 0.700 0.474 0.800 0.626 0.900 0.571 Gujarat is ranked 12th and falls in the less developed category 0.693 Under Development Need Index (2013)
  • 15 30.9 23.31 27.3 26.65 23.79 23.74 22.81 22.17 21 20.99 20.01 19.85 13.64 20 19.54 17.66 25 20.88 30 24.69 Gujarat is ranked 13 (out of 17) in terms of states with the highest percentage of population which is afflicted by hunger. 35 28.67 India Hunger Index (2008) 10 Source: IFPRI
  • 2 1 7 6 5 4 5 3 10 11 10 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 15 9 20 8 In 1999-2000, Gujarat’s rank was 11. The much touted Gujarat Model of Development has led to an improvement of one ranking place for Gujarat. 13 25 12 Human Development Index Rankings (2007-2008) 0 Source: UNDP
  • 7165 2134 2580 2772 3391 3905 4232 4426 4481 4514 4831 5614 5845 5901 5980 6687 8024 12207 4844 5000 8045 10000 12530 15000 12723 20000 16578 25000 22544 Per Capita Expenditure on Medical and Public Health (2013) 0 Source: Planning Commission
  • Per Capita Expenditure on Medical and Public Health (2013) • The Gujarat Government‟s per capita expenditure on medical and public health is only Rs. 4426 as compared to the national average of Rs. 7165. • Smaller and less prosperous states like Kerala, Uttarakhand and Haryana spend a much larger amount on the health and wellbeing of their residents. • Gujarat is ranked 14th (2012-2013) in Expenditure on Medical and Public Health and Family Welfare as Ratio to Aggregate Expenditure. The last 3 years average rank of Gujarat is 17 (out of 30).
  • 68.5 75.4 74.0 71.3 71.1 70.9 70.7 70.7 70.2 70.2 70.1 69.2 68.9 68.7 67.9 67.8 66.8 66.5 65.8 64.9 64.5 64.2 78.0 76.0 74.0 72.0 70.0 68.0 66.0 64.0 62.0 60.0 58.0 The life expectancy in Gujarat is 70.9 years. Compared to Kerala a person loses almost 5 years of their life under the Modi govt. 72.6 Life Expectancy (2011-2025) Source: Report of the Technical Group on Population Projections May 2006, National Commission on Population/ MOHFW
  • 9 Death Rate (2013) – Gujarat 18th Highest in the Country 8.5 8.5 8 7.5 7 6.5 6.1 6 7.1 8.1 7 5.4 5.5 5 5 4.5 6.3 6.3 6.4 6.9 6.7 6.8 6.8 6.6 6.6 6.6 6.6 7.4 7.4 7.7 7.9 7.9 4.2 4 Source: SRS Bulletin
  • Infant Mortality Rate (2012) 60 Gujarat is ranked 23rd in terms of states with the highest Infant Mortality Rates (out of 35) in the country. 50 40 30 20 10 21 25 25 10 12 0 Source: SRS Bulletin 2013 28 28 41 42 43 39 36 38 38 32 32 34 47 49 56 53 53 55
  • Under 5 Mortality Rate (2011) Gujarat is ranked 12th (highest) in terms of probability per 1,000 that a newborn baby will die before reaching age five. 90 80 70 60 50 40 25 28 30 20 32 38 38 40 45 45 46 57 59 51 52 54 72 73 77 78 64 55 13 10 0 Source: SRS Bulletin 2012
  • Maternal Mortality Rate (2010-2012) 328 350 292 300 230 235 219 250 200 150 100 66 87 90 122 110 117 144 146 155 255 178 50 0 Source: Office of Registrar General
  • 30 25 25.6 24.5 35 40 45 50 55 48 60 56.8 55.6 52.9 51.7 50 49.8 46.5 46.3 45.7 45 44.6 44.4 43.7 43.7 42.7 42.2 40.9 38.6 36.7 35 30.9 Stunted (low height for age) 2005-2006 20 Source: NFHS 3
  • 10 15 20 25 30 27.1 35 32.3 35 19.8 22.2 20.4 19.5 19.5 19.3 19.1 18.8 18.7 17.6 16.9 16.5 15.9 15.9 15.4 14.8 14.8 14.1 13.7 12.2 9.2 Wasted (low weight for height) 2005-2006 40 5 Source: NFHS 3
  • 30 25 35 40 45 50 55 60 56.5 55.9 60 42.5 47.1 44.6 42.4 40.7 39.9 39.6 38.7 38 37.6 37 36.5 36.4 32.5 29.8 29.7 26.1 25.6 25 24.9 22.9 65 Underweight (low weight for age) 20052006 20 Source: NFHS 3
  • 55 40 69.5 78 74.1 73.9 72.3 71.2 70.8 70.4 69.7 69.7 69.6 66.4 65 61.4 61 38.2 45 44.5 50 57 54.7 60 54.8 65 58.6 70 64.2 75 More than two thirds of the children in Gujarat suffer from mild, moderate or severe anaemia. 63.4 80 70.3 Prevalence of Anaemia among Children (2005-2006) 35 Source: NFHS 3
  • Child Sex Ratio (0-6 years) 2011 980 960 933 934 940 920 900 883 883 886 886 899 906 912 950 943 943 943 946 964 957 959 914 880 859 860 840 846 830 820 800 Source: Census 2011
  • Source: Planning Commission 49440 Goa 22015 20822 20440 19381 18972 18722 16761 16013 15317 Punjab Gujarat Rajasthan Jharkhand West Bengal Odisha Madhya Pradesh Uttar Pradesh Bihar 28665 22502 Andhra Pradesh INDIA 24327 29412 Maharashtra Karnataka 29569 Assam 25043 29723 Kerala Tamil Nadu 30995 Jammu and Kashmir 25440 31461 Delhi Chhattisgarh 33636 Haryana 41021 North East Uttarakhand 47323 Himachal Pradesh 70949 74000 69000 64000 59000 54000 49000 44000 39000 34000 29000 24000 19000 14000 Per Capita Expenditure on Education, Sports, Art and Culture (2013) Gujarat – 8th Lowest
  • Per Capita Expenditure on Education, Sports, Art and Culture (2013) • The Gujarat Government‟s per capita expenditure on education, sports, art and culture is only Rs. 20822 as compared to Rs. 28665 at the national level • Less „developed‟ states like Haryana, Uttarakhand, the North Eastern states of Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Mizoram etc. spend much more on education • Gujarat is ranked 25th out of 32 States and Union Territories in its expenditure on education as a ratio to aggregate expenditure
  • 65 70 75 80 94 95 88.7 86.2 82.8 82.3 80.1 90 73 85 78.8 78 76.3 75.8 75.6 75.5 75.4 72.9 72.2 70.3 69.3 67.7 67.2 67 66.4 66.1 61.8 Literacy Rates (2011) 60 Source: Census 2011
  • Literacy Rates • Bihar, Jharkhand and Jammu and Kashmir made the largest gains in literacy rates since 2001 • Since 2001 the gender gap in literacy has only reduced by 5.8 points (from 21.9 in 2001 to 16.1 in 2011)
  • 30.0 20.0 40.0 50.0 60.0 70.0 49.3 80.0 77.4 69.5 68.5 64.2 64.0 63.1 62.2 58.0 57.9 51.1 46.2 43.6 43.3 38.2 36.6 30.5 28.1 25.9 24.0 22.9 18.9 16.0 Drop Out Rates Class 1-10 (2010-2011) 10.0 0.0 Source: DISE
  • Drop-Out Rates • The Drop-Out Rates for Class 1-10 in Gujarat is significantly higher than the national average. • For Scheduled Castes the Drop-Out Rate is 64.5 and for Scheduled Tribes it is 77.6
  • Forest Cover in Gujarat 14% 13% 13% 13% 12% 12% 11% 11% 11% 10% 2003-04 Source: Economic Survey Gujarat 2011-12
  • Gujarat Ministers Convicted/Charged Status of the Case Maya Kodnani Babubhai Bokhiria Puroshottam Solanki Amit Shah Details Convicted - Naroda Patiya massacre case Life imprisonment in the 2002 post-Godhra Naroda Patiya riot case, in which 96 people were killed Convicted – Illegal limestone mining Sentenced to three years imprisonment in the Rs. 54 crore illegal limestone mining case on June 15 2013. Charged - Fishing scam Charged – Sohrabbudin Shah fake encounter case Acting on a complaint for the alleged Rs 400-crore fishing contract scam, special judge G K Upadhyay ordered inquiry under section 202 of the CRPC Faces two criminal charges of murder and criminal conspiracy and one of kidnapping and wrongful confinement, accused in Sohrabbudin Shah fake encounter case.
  • Education Development Index - Gujarat Education Development Index Ranking 2011-12 2012-13 Composite Primary & Upper Primary Ranking 9 18 Primary Level Ranking 12 28 Upper Primary Level Ranking 8 14 Outcome Index* 12 29 *Includes average number of instructional days, average working hours for teachers, percentage change in enrolment in government schools, gross enrolment ratio, participation of Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe and Muslim children as well as the ratio of boys to girls in enrolment, dropout and transition rates. Source: DISE
  • Modi’s Claims: Created Private and Centrally Sponsored Universities Types Of Universities State Universities + Central Government University, Private Aided University, Private University, Institutes of National Importance New Universities Before Modi During Modi's Tenure (12 years) 23 22 By State Government - 8 By Union Government - 2 Private Universities – 10 Agricultural University - 2 45 New Universities (INCLUDING PRIVATE AND CENTRALLY AIDED)
  • Modi’s Claims: Created Private and Centrally Sponsored Universities Type of University in Gujarat (State University) Year Of Foundation Comments The Indian Institute of Teacher Education Children's University Gujarat Raksha Shakti University Kamdhenu University Gujarat Forensic Sciences University (GFSU) Gujarat Technological University Shree Somnath Sanskrit University 2010 2009 2009 2009 2008 2007 2005 Animal Husbandry Krantiguru Shyamji Krishna Verma Kachchh University Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Open University (BAOU) Hemchandracharya North Gujarat University (NGU) Bhavnagar University Veer Narmad South Gujarat University Saurashtra University Gujarat Ayurved University Sardar Patel University Gujarat University The Maharaja Sayajirao University (M.S.University) 2003 1994 1986 1978 1967 1967 1967 1955 1949 1949
  • Sabarmati Riverfront Development Project
  • Sabarmati Riverfront Development Project • Narendra Modi never shies away from touting about his “famous” Sabarmati Riverfront Project. But the following pictures will tell us the real story.
  • CAG - Sabarmati  About 32% of Gujarat‟s drinking water sources were found to be contaminated in a premonsoon survey, but the villagers were not alerted, according to CAG.  “Sampled pollution control programme of Sabarmati River at Ahmedabad though seemingly working, did not succeed in bringing down pollution levels to the prescribed norms. Present status of Sabarmati shows the presence of fecal-related disease causing pathogens as well as organic pollution at the outskirts of the city limits.”
  • CAG and Sabarmati  CAG also came down heavily on the government for its failure to keep its water bodies, rivers, lakes and ponds, free of pollution.  Saying the Sabarmati Riverfront project's planning and scope was "inadequate", CAG underlined that the project "defeated" the objective of keeping the river clean. It said 32% of drinking water sources were contaminated during a pre-monsoon survey, and the affected villagers were not even alerted
  • Myth of NarmadaSaraswati Mahasangam
  • Saraswati River
  • This is the place where Modi had promised that the mythical river Saraswati will flow
  • Television Report on the condition of Narmada Canals . Modi is yet to complete 52,342 kms long Narmada Canal network from a total planned length of 74,626 kms.
  • Television Report on the condition of Narmada Canals
  • Systemic Exodus of Sikh Farmers from Gujarat craftily planned by Narendra Modi March 1973 - Government circular was passed to stop transfer of agricultural land from farmers to outsider "Benami" (not real) farmers. 1973-2003 - The government resolution of 1973 was not invoked during this time. No notices were issued to the Sikh farmers in Kutch. The circular is not an amendment in the Act or a notification. The circular also says that cases are reported to have occurred in the districts of Ahmedabad, Baroda, Bulsar, Rajkot, Surat and Jamnagar. Please note that district Kutch is not specifically mentioned. 2003 - Gujarat Government under the leadership of Shri Narendra Modi started issuing show cause notices to the sikh farmers and asking them why their land is not ceased and registration for purchase of agricultural land are cancelled as they are "Outsider” (Par Prantiya). 2010 - Punjabi Sikh farmers approached the Hon‟ble High Court of Gujarat in the matter „PREETHI SINGH MUKAND SINGH SHIKH & ORS Vs. DISTRICT COLLECTOR & ORS’ Case number: LETTERS PATENT APPEAL/1106/2011.
  • Systemic Exodus of Sikh Farmers from Gujarat craftily planned by Narendra Modi 2011 - The Hon‟ble High Court of Gujarat granted an interim relief to the appellants by giving a stay order directing the District Collector to not alter any revenue records and to not initiate any proceedings under Section 84C of the Bombay Tenancy and Agricultural Lands Act, 1948. This case was further placed before the Hon‟ble Chief Justice of Gujarat to be referred to an appropriate bench of the Gujarat High Court. Figures can‟t be corroborated since it is a current issue and Gujarat Government might be hiding exact data.
  • FDI in Gujarat Narendra Modi, CM, Gujarat on FDI in retail - “I don’t know what PM is doing. Small businessmen will be forced to down their shutters now.” Even though BJP has vehemently opposed FDI in retail at every forum this subsidiary of Walmart Chain opened its store in Narendra Modi’s backyard (Anand, Gujarat).
  • Illegal allotment of Forest land and allowing them construction in Coastal Regulation Zone (CRZ) and Forest Land to Essar Group, by the Government of Gujarat The Essar Group was allotted land bearing survey no. 434 of Hazira (Suvali) admeasuring 2,07,60,000 sq.mts., which partly consists of CRZ and Forest land. As per the guidelines of the Hon‟ble Supreme Court of India, nobody can be permitted to construct and develop CRZ and Forest land. • Why did the government of Gujarat allot CRZ and Forest land to Essar group in clear contravention to SC rules, guidelines and directions? • When the issue was brought to the state government, instead of taking stern action, why was the entire issue settled by imposing a meagre fine of Rs. 20 lakhs only? • Considering the market rate of Rs. 3000 per sq mts the land cost works out to be Rs. 6228 crores. Why was special benefit given to Essar group? Is this Vibrant Gujarat? Is this how we empower our poor?
  • Not allotting land to Indian Air Force, but to favoured Industrial houses at subsidised rates • Why was the Indian Air Force (IAF), South-West Air Command (SWAC), which required land for their Head Quarters in Gujarat, asked to pay 7 times more than the rate offered to various other private parties in Gujarat? • If we consider the base rate, the allotment made to various private parties and Industrial houses has resulted in a heavy loss of Rs. 5197.16 crores to the treasury, as per the information provided under RTI, by the relevant Department of Government of Gujarat Is this Vibrant Gujarat? Is this how he will protect our borders?
  • Bad management and unprofessional approach by the government of Gujarat in Internal Security issues • CAG report dated 31st March, 2009 for Government of Gujarat has observed unprofessional approach and lack of annual planning leading to millions of rupees remaining unspent which were given to the government of Gujarat by the Central government • Gujarat government did not even present prospective security plan to Central government • Money ranging from 5% to 68% has remained unspent, which had been given by the Central government to Gujarat for the modernization of police forces, for upgradation of transport, arms and ammunition, training and home guards etc. • Due to maladministration of government of Gujarat, there was 100% shortage of cartridge of 5.56 INSAS; 32% shortage of cartridge of 0.303 and huge shortage of 9 mm cartridges. 17,933 expired tear gas shells were found. Is this Vibrant Gujarat?
  • Kalpasar Project 1986 – The Congress Government under Amarsinh Chaudhary decided to build a 46 km long dam to store 3377 MCM of water. 2002 – Narendra Modi stresses on the importance of infrastructure development in Gujarat and boasts about making the Kalpasar Project a reality. 2003 – Geologists find fault lines in Kalpasar Project. The construction of the dam will make the area more earthquake prone. 2004 – Narendra Modi inaugurated the Kalpasar Project and announced that it cost Rs.54,000 crores. He claimed that the project would be completed in record time. 2008 – The Gujarat Government was at odds between carrying out Kalpasar and Dholera special investment region. Both projects have been promised by the State yet neither have been implemented.
  • Kalpasar Project 2010 – The Kalpasar Yatra arrived into Vadodra. The party still believes that the project will materialize yet reality points to the contrary. 2014 - The ambitious Kalpasar Project which envisioned the creation of the world‟s largest fresh water reservoir in sea, by constructing a 30 km long dam in the Gulf of Khambhat is still in the pipeline after 19 years and more than Rs. 60 crores in feasibility and assessment studies inspite of the portfolio being held by Shri Narendra Modi. Links - http://www.kalpasar.gujarat.gov.in/mainpage.htm https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X7PLLTG5-kg http://www.slideshare.net/swamijyoti/kalpasar-presentation-final
  • Gujarat Lokayukta • The Narendra Modi led government in Gujarat did not allow the appointment of a Lokayukta in Gujarat for 10 years as per the Lok Ayukta Act enacted by Congress Govt. in Gujarat in 1988. • When Chief Minister was charged with Rs.1 lakh crores worth corruption in 17 scandals, he appointed his own Inquiry Commissioner instead of getting inquiry done through Lokayukta. • In case of allegations about snooping and telephone tapping of a lady, Narendra Modi himself appointed a Commission. • The Gujarat Govt. paid Rs.40 crores in fees to lawyers to impede appointment of Lokayukta in Gujarat. • Justice (retired) D.P. Buch took oath in 2013 as the Lokayukta of Gujarat after the post remained vacant for more than a decade. Link - http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/judge-declines-gujarat-lokayukta-post-rapsmodi/article5001886.ece
  • Gujarat Floods (2013)