The entire Council of Ministers, led by Chief Minister Narendra Modi, IAS officers and 3,000-odd officials have participated in the 3rd ‘Gunotsav’ campaign to evaluate 2-lakh teachers and 60-lakh students pursuing studies in 32,742 government primary schools in Gujarat for three days fromNovember 24 to 26, 2011.

The first day visit led the Team Gujarat to make a surprise visit to a primary school at Jaswantgadh Bhemal village in Danta taluka of Banaskantha district. CM asked teachers to throw out their unconcern in raising the quality of education. He Stressed for giving computer education and nutritious food to the students and inculcating the good habits of doing yoga and prayer.

On the Second Day Gunotsav campaign, Shri Narendra Modi visited Vavania in Rajkot District, the birth place of Gandhiji’s religious Guru Shrimad Rajchandra.

In a surprise visit to Primary schools in Maliya-Milyana taluka, CM was displeased to find the schools rated Grade D. Despite the fact that the boys school was 150 years old, built in 1853 and the Girls School was built in 1832. CM Narendra Modi addressed the issue and looked into the problems of the Schools as to the available facilities, the education level and mental health of children apart from the course syllabus, computer literacy and extra curricular activities.

On spur of the moment, he organized a meeting of the teachers and villagers. CM informed that it is shameful to note that after Government pouring in money for education to primary schools, the schools lacked the basic needs. Many children could not write the names of their guardians. It was also noticed that 24% women in the village were literate. 76% out of 100 felt ashamed of illiteracy. Unhappy about the situation, Shri Narendra Modi was concerned that in 50 years independence, none had taken initiative earlier. With initiatives like Kanya Kelavani, Shala Pavesh and Gunotsav, the Government is infusing life into literacy.

CM held a meeting with the Teachers and encouraged them to change their vision. He said, “If the School is degraded and the students are weak, your conscience should bite you. There should be love for teaching and without this, education will have no means.”

He appealed the leader, Legislator Kantibhai Amritiya of Vavania to infuse literacy and to reach nearby Kuntasi village to motivate students for education.

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At the Aligarh event, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was greeted with love and admiration from all corners of Uttar Pradesh. He shared his transparent vision of a Viksit Uttar Pradesh and a Viksit Bharat with the crowd, reaffirming his commitment to serving every citizen of the country.

Initiating his spirited speech, the PM remarked, “When I first came to Aligarh, I asked you to lock away the factories of nepotism, corruption, and appeasement. You locked them so tight that even the two Shehzaades can't find the key. Today, I'm back to urge the people of Aligarh and Hathras. You hold the key to a better future and a Viksit Bharat. It's time to rid our country of poverty, corruption, and dynastic politics.”

Painting a vivid contrast, PM Modi highlighted the stark difference: "Once, bombs and shells rattled our borders daily, but now, all is calm. Terrorist attacks and serial blasts were routine, but not anymore. Under Article 370, separatists thrived in Jammu and Kashmir, but now they're silenced. Curfews were a daily ordeal in Aligarh, but not anymore. Under the SP government, riots, murders, and gang wars plagued us. Today, under Yogi ji's governance, peace reigns, and our sisters and daughters walk freely, without fear."

“Parties like Congress-SP always practised appeasement politics and never did anything for the political-social-economic upliftment of Muslims,” the PM added.

PM Modi enlightened the audience about several developmental initiatives aimed at uplifting various sections of society, PM Modi reflected that he had requested the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia to increase the Haj quota. “Today, not only has India's Haj quota increased but visa rules have also been made easier. The government has also allowed women to go for Haj without Mehram,” the PM mentioned.

Taking a firm stand against the opposition and their selfish motives, PM Modi emphasized, “The INDI Alliance members are hopeless, unwilling to look towards the future. They question why I speak of a developed India or making us the third-largest economic power. All they care about is their family and power greed.”

“Today, I must warn the people of Aligarh and the nation about the dangerous intentions of the Congress and INDI Alliance. The Congress and its allies have set their sights on your hard-earned money and property. The Congress leader has openly declared that if they come to power, they will investigate everyone's earnings and property, even down to how much gold women possess, how many FDs employees have, and how much land farmers own. They plan to confiscate property and money as they see fit, based on a survey they conduct. This is akin to communist ideology, which has ruined many countries. Now, they want to implement this policy in India. They want to seize your hard-earned money and property. These family-oriented politicians have amassed vast fortunes by looting the people. They have never shared their wealth with the poor. Now, they have their eyes on the wealth of the people,” the PM exposed the harsh realities of the opposition.

Training his guns further at Congress, PM Modi asserted, “The Congress considers it its birthright to plunder the wealth of the people, loot the nation's assets. The Congress, which engaged in corruption in every defence purchase, could never have built a defence corridor here. But now, our Uttar Pradesh is now becoming a major hub of self-reliant India, a self-reliant army. Just a few days ago, we exported the first batch of BrahMos missiles to the Philippines. In the coming days, these lethal BrahMos missiles will also be manufactured in Uttar Pradesh.”

Stressing how the BJP is strengthening the power of every industry in the region, PM Modi remarked, “BJP is supporting the One District One Product initiative to boost your work. Whether it's the locks of Aligarh, the asafoetida of Hathras, metal industries, garment industries, or gulal industries, the BJP government is dedicated to bolstering every sector.”

PM Modi also spoke about several development schemes that empower both agriculture and farmers here, stating, “BJP has also pledged in its Sankalp Patra to establish special storage clusters for potato, tomato, and onion farmers, which will greatly benefit the farmers of Aligarh and Hathras.”

In his concluding remarks, PM Modi exhorted the people of Aligarh and Hathras, “Now, to build a developed India, we need a strong government in India. For this, you need to vote for the BJP, vote for the NDA. I have one more request for you. Go door-to-door, tell them that Modi ji has said, ‘First vote, and then refreshment’.