• Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has always stood by his words
• A wise and responsible leader never misleads the masses
Gandhinagar, Thursday: Chief Minister Shri Bhupendra Patel said that the respected Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has always done what he has said.
While addressing the Sneh Milan of Brahmbhatt-Barot Samaj organized at Gandhinagar Chief Minister Shri Bhupendra Patel said that a wise and responsible leader never flatters the people, a true representative of the people never makes empty promises to the people. In Gujarat’s two-decade development journey, the BJP government has fulfilled one hundred percent of its promises.
He added that the BJP government has developed a work culture where we not only do the groundbreaking but also that we also launch the development works that we begin. The development in the fields of education, health, infrastructure, etc. in Gujarat has proved this.
He said that for the development of the state and the country, all communities, caste and creed, including the Brahmbhatt-Barot Samaj, can unite and play an important role in realizing a better India. He expressed the opinion that ‘Antyoday thi Sarvodaya’ has been realized by the government’s action of keeping all the communities together.
He added that a 25-year-old youth in Gujarat has not seen the horrifying scenes of curfew or communal riots. The government has completely transformed the Gujarat of two and a half decades ago into a peaceful, safe, secure and developed Gujarat.
The former mayor of Vadodara Shri Shabdsharan Brahmbhatt gave the details of the progress and development of the Barot Samaj and the support of the state government in it. Former President of Bakshi Panch Morcha Shri Bhagwandas Panchal mentioned that Brahmbhatt-Barot Samaj has always been with the BJP government of Gujarat.
On this occasion, the Chairman of the Standing Committee of the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation Shri Hitesh Barot, B.D. Rao Trust President Shri Kamleshbhai and other prominent leaders and members of the society were present.
Source: Information Department, Gujarat