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Gandhinagar, Thursday: Impressed by Gujarat’s ‘development model’, Kolkata-based Ladies Study Group on a four-day visit to the State today extended invite to Chief Minister Narendra Modi to visit their city and make detailed presentation on Gujarat Government’s proactive policies, experience in various fields and unique success stories.

A 15-member delegation of the Group, led by Ms. Shubha Kanoria, which paid a courtesy call on Mr. Modi here, requested him to give some glimpses of his working style, some instances of ‘political will’ to the common man outside Gujarat, too. During their interactive session, she said, the nation is waiting for the type leadership qualities that are exuded by Mr. Modi.

The group was particularly impressed by an atmosphere of visible peace and prosperity, women’s empowerment, electoral reforms rising above vote bank politics, skill development of youth, water conservation, tourism development, good governance, people’s participation, patriotism, woman and child welfare, pride and esteem in the state.

Chief Minister’s Additional Chief Secretary K. Kailashnathan and Secretary Arvind Sharma were present during the meeting.

 

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