Other name for Congress is Cheating!

Published By : Admin | October 19, 2012 | 19:51 IST
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Shri Modi felicitated for creation of Bodeli Taluka

This Government takes concrete decisions on files and is concerned about the common man: Shri Modi

Congress is in power for 8 years in Delhi but have you heard any good news coming from there? Shri Modi asks

CM takes on UPA for the cotton export ban and their simultaneous promotion of pink revolution

Our Disha is development, peace, unity and brotherhood: Shri Modi

I have no son or son in law. Whatever is there in Gandhinagar is for 6 crore people and their development! Says Shri Modi

On Friday 19th October 2012 Shri Narendra Modi was felicitated for the creation of a separate Bodeli Taluka. Shri Modi attacked the UPA for the ban of cotton export and their encouraging of the ‘pink revolution.’ He also said the Disha of the BJP is Development, Peace, Unity and Brotherhood.

Shri Modi speaks about creation of new Taluka and District

The Chief Minister spoke about the creation of separate Bodeli Taluka and Chhota Udepur district and affirmed that this is a Government that takes concrete decisions on files and is concerned about the common man.

Congress in power for the last 8 years, have you read any good news from Delhi?

He said that the newspapers are full of praises of the Congress party and insulting Gujarat and its poor but the people now know the Congress from head to toe and there is nothing to explain to them about the Party!

Shri Modi affirmed that the Congress has been in power for the last 8 years but asked if there is any good news that has come from New Delhi during this period? On the other hand, there is good news coming from Gujarat and the state has scaled newer heights of progress.

He asked the people if they are happy with the work done by the Gujarat Government to which the people unanimously answered YES! But Shri Modi replied that he is not happy as till now he has only filled the ditches of preceding Congress rule!

Shri Modi comes down heavily on Centre for cotton export ban and promoting of pink revolution

Shri Modi affirmed that the farmers were looted at the hands of the Centre. He asked why was the cotton export ban enforced when prices of cotton were at an all time high? He added that due to the ban the prices fell down and the farmers lost Rs. 7000 crore. Farmers of Gujarat were particularly affected by this decision of the UPA because cotton from Gujarat is sold at high prices and 80% of India’s cotton comes from Gujarat.

He added that now the market has lost trust in India and asked the people if the UPA can be forgiven for these anti-farmer measures.

Shri Modi said that while the Centre is banning export of cotton, it is doling out subsidy for mutton export and is encouraging the pink revolution. Shri Modi asked how can this happen in the land of Mahatma Gandhi and added that it is sad when they is proud of the fact that we topped the list of beef exports. Similarly, he shared that mutton shops enjoy no income tax for 5 years.

The other name for Congress is Cheating!

The Chief Minister affirmed that the other name of the Congress is cheating and shared instances of the Congress cheating the people. He shared that in Maharashtra the Congress promised free power to the famers but its been 4 years and the farmers are still waiting for the same!

Similarly, in Delhi Smt. Sheila Dixit promised something very similar to the lines of ‘Ghar Nu Ghar’ but its been 12 years that she is in power and no person has got a home. The matter went to the Lokayukta, to the President and now the High Court. He stated that the Congress and Smt. Dixit have to answer why they cheated the people.

Mrs. Sonia Gandhi came to Chhota Udepur in 2007; Congress got wiped out there!

Shri Modi recalled that during the 2007 elections Congress President Smt. Sonia Gandhi visited Chhota Udepur but the Congress was vanquished in the area. This time, she has changed her Disha and come to Rajkot but the Congress’ Dasha will not change and the Congress will be wiped out even there, Shri Modi declared.

Our Disha is Development, Peace, Unity and Brotherhood.

Shri Modi asked if we want to take Gujarat in the Disha of New Delhi, from where there is daily news of scams and corruption? He said that the Disha of the BJP is development, peace, unity and brotherhood.

He recalled the days when there was curfew in the state and remarked that that is now history.

I am like a Chowkidar in Gandhinagar! Wont let the Hand cast its shadow on the treasury!

The Chief Minister declared that he is sitting in Gandhinagar as a protector of the treasury, who will not let the shadow of the Hand (referring to the Congress) cast its shadow on the state’s coffers. He said people often wonder where is he getting so much money for development from but the truth is that the money in Gandhinagar belongs to the 6 crore people of Gujarat only that earlier it used to fill the pockets of select middlemen.

Shri Modi further said that he has no son or son in law and that whatever is there in Gandhinagar is for the development of 6 crore people of Gujarat and they wont allow Gujarat to get looted.

Recalling Maharani Laxmibai’s pledge ‘Meri Jhansi Nahi Doongi’ ( I will not give my Jhansi to the British), Shri Modi asked the people to affirm that they will got give their Gujarat to the corrupt.

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PM inaugurates Akhil Bhartiya Shiksha Samagam on implementation of NEP
July 07, 2022
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“The basic premise of the National Education Policy is to take education out of narrow thinking and connect it with the modern ideas of the 21st century”
“The education system created by the Britishers was never part of the Indian ethos”
“Our youth should be skilled, confident and practical, education policy is preparing the ground for this”
“Sectors that used to be closed to women are now showcasing their talent”
“National Education Policy’ has given us a tool to realize innumerable possibilities”

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi inaugurated Akhil Bhartiya Shiksha Samagam on implementation of the National Education Policy in Varanasi today. Governor of Uttar Pradesh Smt Anandiben Patel, Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath, Union Ministers Shri Dharmendra Pradhan, Smt. Annapurna Devi, Dr Subhas Sarkar, Dr Rajkumar Ranjan Singh, State Ministers, educationists and other stakeholders were present on the occasion.

Addressing the gathering, the Prime Minister said that ‘our education system and young generation carry a big part of realizing the pledges of the ‘Amrit Kaal’. He conveyed his best wishes for the Samagam while bowing to Mahamana Madan Mohan Malviya. Earlier in the day, the Prime Minister inaugurated the Akshay Patra Mid-Day Meal Kitchen at LT College. He said that the high level of talent of the students that he interacted with is an indication of the effort that will be needed to harness that talent.

The Prime Minister said that “the basic premise of the National Education Policy is to take education out of narrow thinking and connect it with the modern ideas of the 21st century.” The Prime Minister said there was never a dearth of intellect and talent in the country, however, the education system created by the Britishers was never part of the Indian ethos. He underlined the multidimensionality of the Indian ethos of education and asked for that aspect to mark the modern Indian education system. The Prime Minister stressed that “we should not only prepare degree holder youth but give our education system to the country, whatever human resources are needed for the country to move forward. Our teachers and educational institutions have to lead this resolution.” For creating a New India, the Prime Minister stressed that a new system and modern processes are critical. What was not even imagined earlier is a reality now, he said. The Prime Minister continued “not only did we recover so fast from the big epidemic of Corona, but today India is one of the fastest-growing large economies of the world. Today we are the third-largest startup ecosystem in the world.”

The Prime Minister noted that in areas like space technology, where earlier only the government used to do everything, now a new world is being created for the youth through private players. Sectors that used to be closed to women are now showcasing their talent.

The Prime Minister highlighted that in the new policy, the entire focus is on making children skilled according to their talents and choices of the children. “Our youth should be skilled, confident, practical and calculative, education policy is preparing the ground for this”, he said. The Prime Minister emphasized the need to work for the future with a new thought process. He said children today are displaying a very advanced degree of talent and we need to be prepared to help and harness their talent.

The Prime Minister lauded the effort that went into the preparation of NEP, however, he emphasized that the momentum was not let down after the preparation of the policy. There has been constant discussion and work on the implementation of the Policy. The Prime Minister personally attended many seminars and events to talk about the implementation of the policy. This has resulted in a situation where the county’s youth is becoming an active partner in the growth of the country.

The Prime Minister also talked of a big overhaul of education infrastructure in the country. Many new colleges, universities, IITs and IIM are opening in the country. There has been an increase of 55 per cent in the number of medical colleges after 2014, he informed. The Common Entrance Test for universities will bring ease and equality to university admissions. “The National Education Policy is now opening the way for studies in the mother tongue. In this sequence, ancient Indian languages ​​like Sanskrit are also being carried forward”, he said.

The Prime Minister expressed confidence that India can emerge as a big centre of global education. He said guidelines have been issued to prepare Indian higher education as per international standards. Special offices have been established in 180 universities for international affairs of the institutions. He asked the experts to be aware of the international practices in the field.

The Prime Minister emphasized the importance of practical experience and fieldwork and asked for an attitude of ‘lab to land’. He asked the academics to validate their experience with verified testing. He asked for evidence-based research. He also asked for research on the demographic dividend of India and find ways to best utilize this and find solutions for the ageing societies of the world. Similarly, resilient infrastructure is another area of research. “National Education Policy’ has given us a tool to realize innumerable possibilities which were not available earlier. We need to use it fully, he concluded.

Akhil Bhartiya Shiksha Samagam

The Ministry of Education is organising Shiksha Samagam from 7th to 9th July. It will provide a platform for eminent academicians, policymakers and academic leaders to deliberate and share their experiences and discuss the roadmap for effective implementation of the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020. The event is being organised as part of capacity building of more than 300 Academic, Administrative & Institutional Leaders from Universities (Central, State, Deemed, and Private), and Institutes of National Importance (IIT, IIM, NIT, IISER) from all over the country. Various stakeholders would present the progress of implementation of NEP in their respective institutions and would also share noteworthy implementation strategies, best practices and success stories.

During the three-day Shiksha Samagam, panel discussions on nine themes identified for Higher Education under NEP 2020 will be conducted. These themes are Multidisciplinary and Holistic Education; Skill Development and Employability; Research, Innovation and Entrepreneurship; Capacity Building of Teachers for Quality Education; Quality, Ranking and Accreditation; Digital Empowerment and Online Education; Equitable and Inclusive Education; Indian Knowledge System; and Internationalisation of Higher Education.