SONIA’S ‘MAUT KA SAUDAGAR’ TITLE VS. U.N AWARD FOR PUBLIC SERVICE TO NARENDRA MODI
V. SUNDARAM I.A.S
The politically and culturally shameless Sonia Congress Party, nay, Private Limited Company (with limited liability for SUPREMELY CORRUPT Sonia Clan and unlimited liability for the Indian Nation in general and for her minions and chattels including Dr Manmohan Singh in particular!) of Firangi Memsahib Sonia Gandhi, received a rude cultural shock on 23 June 2010 when the United Nations chose Narendra Modi, the duly elected Chief Minister of Gujarat, for conferring the UNITED NATIONS PUBLIC SERVICE AWARD for BETTER MANAGEMENT – BETTER PUBLIC SERVICE --- Improving Transparency, Accountability and Responsiveness in the Public Service Category. I am presenting below a copy of the certificate hanging in the office of Gujarat Chief Minister Shri. Narendra Modi.
The known and sworn enemy of the Indian Nation --- and more particularly the Hindu Nation --- the venomous political Queen cobra Firangi Memsahib had the vicious audacity to brand the twice elected Chief Minister Narendra Modi as ‘maut ka saudagar’ during the time of elections to the Gujarat Legislative Assembly in November-December 2007. The Congress Party under her dictatorial colonial command was squarely beaten by the people of Gujarat in the 2007 Gujarat Assembly Elections. The people of Gujarat gave their enthusiastic and whole-hearted political approval to Narendra Modi’s good governance completely casting aside Sonia’s mudslinging and cheap rabble-rousing.
Now the UNITED NATIONS has also lent credence to Narendra Modi’s claim to Good Governance by giving their enthusiastic and whole-hearted official approval in the form of an International Award. After rejecting Sonia and her Congress party with derisive contempt in 2007, the people of Gujarat again have rejected Sonia Gandhi and her party in the recently concluded elections to the local bodies in Gujarat last month. Further, Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi got a perfect birthday gift on Friday, September 17, 2010 when his Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) won the Kathlal assembly seat, a Congress bastion since Independence, by over 21,000 votes. This is the first time the BJP has won the seat, located in Kaira district. Kanubhai Dabhi of BJP bagged 62,120 votes against 40,573 votes of Ghelabhai Jhala (Congress). The overjoyed BJP leaders termed it the best gift for Narendra Modiji on his 60th birthday.
What is shocking is that the mafia of mass media in India --- both print and electronic --- has deliberately blacked out the news relating to the United Nations Award for Narendra Modi Government. The anti-National and anti-Hindu TV Channels like CNN-IBN, ND TV, Headlines Today, Star TV Channels, NDTV, Times Now and all the major English newspapers solely committed to the cause of whole-time and wholesale promotion of Sonia Congress falsehood/fraud on a 24/7 basis have covered themselves with everlasting shame by refusing to report the memorable fact of international recognition to Narendra Modi for his outstanding public administration and exemplary leadership. When the Firangi Memsahib Sonia Gandhi, was decorated with the Order of Leopold, Belgium’s second highest civilian award, by the Belgian King, in 2006 --- an award which was politically orchestrated in advance through the anti-Hindu Catholic Christian missionary forces in Europe --- our mean men in the menacing mafia of mass media reported this PAID NEWS as an outstanding achievement of Firangi Memsahib in the annals of world history!!! Even if we look beyond the legalities and technicalities of accepting an award demanding extra-territorial loyalty and allegiance to a foreign sovereign, there is a National sentiment and a moral dimension to it. King Leopold of Belgium was one of the worst racist mass murderers in history. His rule was the inspiration for Joseph Conrad's ‘Heart of Darkness’ and the movie Apocalypse Now. Perhaps, before long, the Italian Firangi Memsahib will be conferred awards named after the Pope Pius XII, the Nazi collaborator? For those who do not know who this Pope Pius XII is, let me give a small outline of European Nazi-Catholic History. Roman Catholic Cardinal Eugenio Pacelli agitated for the Vatican to reach an agreement with the emergent Nazi party more or less from their formation in the late 1920s and 1930s. When the Nazis formed the official German Government in 1933, Cardinal Pacelli signed the ReichsKonkordat with Vice-Chancellor Franz von Papen, making the Vatican the first foreign government to recognise the Nazis as a legitimate government. Cardinal Eugenio Pacelli who went on to become Pope Pius XII became notorious for his constant attacks on the activities of the Italian resistance as unpatriotic. While Pope Pius XII maintained a studious silence over Nazi atrocities, he anonymously excommunicated many patriotic Italian resistance fighters for hindering the German army when it occupied Italy. CARDINAL JOSEPH RATZINGER, NOW PRESENTLY POPE BENEDICT XVI, IS ANOTHER NAZI COLLABORATOR. Joseph Ratzinger joined the Hitler Youth Wing in 1941 as a boy and later became a member of the German Army, serving in an anti-aircraft brigade. Resistance to the Nazis was dangerous and difficult, but not impossible. Elizabeth Lohner, a Traunstein resident whose brother-in-law was sent to Dachau as a conscientious objector, has been quoted as saying, “It was possible to resist, and those people set an example for others. The Ratzingers had made a different choice (to collaborate).” There is a widely-known religious-emotional bondage between this ex-Nazi collaborator Pope and Firangi Memsahib whose family connections with the Nazis and KGB have been graphically brought out into the Public Arena on his very popular website janataparty.org by Dr.Subramanian Swamy, former Union Law and Commerce Minister and President of the Janata Party .
Nothing about the current Nazi Pope’s Viceroy in India, Firangi Memsahib and her Italian Catholic Colonial Government in New Delhi is Transparent, Accountable and Responsive. As Chairman of the UPA Co-ordination Committee, the Firangi Memsahib is politically and no-less financially responsible for the CongWealth Scam, 2G Spectrum Scam, Governor Bharadwaj Scam in Karnataka etc,. This Italian woman treats the common millions of India, languishing below the poverty line, with colonial contempt and missionary hatred. Firangi Memsahib is ‘maut ka saudagar’ of the Indian Nation in general and the helpless Hindu citizens in particular. The Firangi Memsahib and her boss in Rome have nothing to say about the mass murderers like the Nazis, but this Firangi Memsahib however got all worked up over Muslim deaths in Gujarat and called Narendra Modi ‘maut ka saudagar’ on the eve of Gujarat Assembly Elections in 2007. Little does this Italian woman realize that this term better fits her late husband, RAJIV GANDHI, THE NERO OF NEW DELHI, who fiddled during the Sikh pogrom in October-November 1984 when more than 3,000 Sikhs were burnt alive on the streets of New Delhi by the paid goons of the Congress Party. Rajiv Gandhi spoke like Himmler --- the Nazi killer of the Jews in the Concentration Camps between 1941 and 1945 --- when he said: “When a Banyan Tree falls, there are bound to be some repercussions.” NOW DO YOU KNOW WHO THE REAL ‘MAUT KA SAUDAGAR’ IS?
Whether Firangi Memsahib Sonia virulently hates Narendra Modi or not, whether Sonia Congress party likes Narendra Modi or not, one thing which no man in his senses can ever doubt is that Narendra Modi is an outstanding leader. He has not descended from the top like the feudal nobles of the Nehru-Gandhi-Sonia Clan. He has emerged from the masses of Gujarat by dint of his sheer hard work and established track record of outstanding performance at all levels of responsibility --- both political and/or administrative --- entrusted to him by the BJP High Command during the last 25 years.
If the United Nations has taken note of Narendra Modi’s sparkling performance as Chief Minister of Gujarat in almost every sphere of socio-economic development, it is only a tribute to the outstanding leadership qualities displayed by Narendra Modi during the last 10 years. This is a clear index of the fact that his dynamic leadership has attracted international attention, apart from definitely raising the status of Gujarat in the whole of India.
Narendra Modi is a dynamic, charismatic and pragmatic personality. What are the elements or qualities that have gone into the making of this multi-faceted personality? Some of his personality qualities are internal; some are external; some are both. The external qualities are seen almost immediately by any observer. The internal qualities are those that shape and determine his decision process. The internal ones may not be as obvious as the external qualities, but over time they will be seen, as asserting and triumphing. His well-known external qualities are will-power, empathy, insistence, boldness, resilience and cheerfulness. The internal qualities are devotional maturity, ambition, courage, realism, will power and compassion. From the classic example of Narendra Modi, we can see that great leadership is a unique form of art, requiring both force and vision to an extraordinary degree. Leadership is more than technique, though techniques are necessary. If Management is Prose, the Leadership is Poetry. A leader has necessarily to deal to a large extent in symbols, in images, and in the sort of galvanizing an idea or a bunch of ideas to such an extent that he automatically becomes a living force of history. People are persuaded by reason, but moved by emotion. A great leader must both persuade them and also move them. This is precisely what Narendra Modi has achieved to an extraordinary degree in Gujarat.
Soon after becoming Chief Minister of Gujarat in 2001, Narendra Modi came out with a grand strategy for overall development of the State of Gujarat --- “PANCHAMRUT YOJANA” --- which covers the following five core areas.
I Gyan Shakti
II Urja Shakti
III Jal Shakti
IV Jan Shakti
V Raksha Shakti
Let me briefly explain the quintessence of Narendra Modi’s Development Philosophy relating to his “PANCHAMRUT YOJANA”.
I GYAN SHAKTI - This involves emphasizing and using the Power of Knowledge. Narendra Modi has said: “Reading becomes the fuel for development.”
Emphasis is on educational infrastructure, training of teachers and computerization of schools.
• Introducing new courses to meet the demands of time.
• Emphasis on total enrollment and maximum retention of children in the schools.
• Emphasis on girl child education.
• Campaigns in the villages with the mission of universal education.
• Creating special funds for girl child education and insurance schemes for the students.
• Donating gifts received by him for girl child education (Worth more than 3.00 crores).
• 11 new universities, 400 new colleges, 1.25 lakh new teachers, 38,000 new schoolrooms and doubling the seats for technical courses.
• And a massive reduction in the drop out rate at all primary levels.
• Campaign for imparting English education to Youth.
II URJA SHAKTI - Making ENERGY the POWER OF THE STATE.
• Turning the loss making State Electricity Board into a profit making professionally managed company.
• Increase in the plant load factor, decrease in Transmission &Distribution losses.
• Venturing into large scale exploration of Oil and Gas.
• Setting up of a 2200 km long State Wide Gas Grid.
• Securing huge deposits of oil and gas in Gujarat, India and abroad.
• Making electricity a common man’s infrastructure in all villages.
• Biggest CNG and LNG infrastructure in the country.
• Turning Gujarat into a gas based economy.
• Gujarat emerging as petro-capital of the country.
III JAL SHAKTI - Harnessing and Management of WATER.
• Emphasis on harnessing of rain water and scientific management of water.
• Introduction of Micro-Irrigation Techniques.
• Linking the villages with a State Wide Water Grid.
• Interlinking of 21 rivers of the states.
• Near completion of Sardar Sarovar Project with benefits of water and electricity reaching 500km away from the dam.
• Creation of 2.25 lakh new water bodies by constructing check-dams and farm ponds.
IV JAN SHAKTI - Empowering the People.
Narendra Modi says: “Mere good governance is not enough; it has to be pro-people and pro-active. Good governance is putting people at the center of development process.” We have to contrast this with the supremely arrogant and defiantly anti-Hindu Firangi Memsahib dictator’s Party where the emphasis at all levels is on putting the Sonia clan’s economic and political interests before the governance of the country. That is why our boneless, spineless, stupidly smiling doormat Prime Minister hails the Great Fascist Italian Dictator, the Firangi Memsahib Sonia Gandhi as the tallest leader in India.
• Involving people in the process of development.
• Making the Gram Sabha an effective forum for harmony, progress and grievance redressal.
• Encouraging uncontested elections in Panchayat raj institutions.
• Computerisation of village panchayats and revenue records.
• Celebration of famous festivals to channelise creative energy of the people.
• Organizing women’s self-help groups for economic activities and resolution of cases through Nari Adalats.
V Raksha Shakti - Enhancing Security : Physical, Social, Economic.
• Developing the mitigating capacity for natural and man made disasters.
• Making Gujarat Polio free, Leprosy free and reducing the incidence of HIV / AIDS.
• Reducing infant and mother mortality through innovative schemes.
• Creating a Seismological Research Institute
Soon after taking over as Chief Minister of Gujarat, in 2002, Narendra Modi said: “Gujarat, with its all inclusive, sustainable and rapid growth, is emerging as a globally preferred place to live in and to do business.” Under his dynamic leadership, Gujarat has become the Number 1 State in the Country in terms of investment attraction. As per the reports published by Industry Division, NIC, Government of India, Gujarat continues to be Number One in terms of projects actually commissioned during the period 2002 to 2010. A study by the Reserve Bank of India done in 2008 showed that Gujarat State had received investment proposals to the extent of Rupees 64,442 Crores which accounted for 22% of the total investment in the country up to March 2008.
The ‘Business Today’ magazine wrote in 2008: “To many investors from all parts of the world, it is simply the image of a Chief Minister as a NO-NONSENSE ADMINISTRATOR who delivers on his promises.” Narendra Modi, himself has given an explanation for his success. As he has said: “An investor looks for the security of his investment and we have a track-record of minimal labour trouble and man-day losses. If some one gets good and pro-active governance, it is natural that money will flow in.”
Here some statistics are very relevant. When Narendra Modi came to power in 2001, Gujarat had a revenue deficit of Rs 6700 Crores. Today, it has a revenue surplus of Rs 2500 Crores. Gujarat has only 5% of India’s population and 6% of its geographical area, and yet its contribution to India in terms of ‘Value of Output’ is 16.10%; in terms of exports it is 16% and in terms of stock market capitalization it is 30%. With over 3 lac small scale units, over 2200 large and medium industries, 83 closely integrated industrial clusters, 182 industrial estates and 33 Special Economic Zones with flexible labour laws and an easy exit policy, Gujarat is one of the most industrialized states of India. However, what makes Gujarat an industrial paradise is its peaceful and hard working workforce. Gujarat has a 16.2% share in India’s industrial production whereas the percentage of man-days lost in Gujarat due to labour strife is just 0.52% - the lowest in the country.
The sole aim of that Italian Fascist Dictator Firangi Memsahib Sonia Gandhi is to give a death blow to this process of accelerated total socio-economic development which has opened out to the poor people of Gujarat greater and greater opportunities for a fuller and richer life.
Gujarat has taken a pioneering role in utilizing Natural Gas for power generation, fertilizer production, manufacturing and transportation. With an increasing presence of upstream multinationals, downstream giants and midstream companies in Gujarat, the state has emerged as the Petro-Capital of India and leading the country towards energy sufficiency and into an exciting hydrocarbon economy. With an upcoming Special Economic Zone dedicated to the Oil and Gas sector, an unprecedented growth is envisaged.
Addressing any issue in totality as usual, Modi also visualized the need for an institution to undertake research and provide human resource support to the petro capital of India. Thus was born GERMI – Gujarat Energy Research and Management Institute - to pursue energy research and studies and develop specialized human resources for the oil and gas sector.
Considering the overall growth potential of Gujarat, the Planning Commission had set a target growth rate of 10.2% for Gujarat in the 10th five year plan compared to the average of 8.2% for the entire country; and true to this spirit of economic buoyancy, GUJARAT ACHIEVED A GROWTH RATE OF 15% IN THE FIRST YEAR ITSELF and surpassed the target of 10.2% set by the planning commission. In fact, Gujarat has been growing at 10-11% for the past several years and is all set to take on the challenges of the next five-year plan target. What is more important is that the growth is coupled with financial discipline. The sales tax income which was Rs.5,890 crores when he took over increased to Rs.10,606 crores within 4 years, more importantly without imposing any new taxes.
SEZs – Special Economic Zones are engines of growth and Gujarat was amongst the first states to put an SEZ Act in place as early as 2004. Today, as many as 33 SEZs have been approved in the state, of which two are fully functional and others are in the process of development.
THOUGH IN TERMS OF NUMBERS, GUJARAT HAS ONLY 33 SEZS, IN TERMS OF OVERALL AREA FOR SEZS GUJARAT LEADS – AND HAS HENCE EMERGED AS THE SEZ CAPITAL OF INDIA.
The recent Vibrant Gujarat Global Investors’ Summit witnessed massive investments in these SEZs and since most of these SEZs are Manufacturing-Sector Driven, they offer tremendous employment generation potential. During the last 3 years, development expenditure in Gujarat has been more than the non-development expenditure, which is an unusual phenomenon in India.
Gujarat today has one of the best infrastructures in the country comprising 11 airports, 1 international airport, an extensive rail network and a robust road network of over 74,000 km. It has India’s highest tele-density, highest number of operational ISPs, the longest optical fibre cable network in the country and above all GSWAN – Gujarat State Wide Area Network – the largest IP based e-Governance network in Asia Pacific. Gujarat is blessed with a coastline of over 1600 km, the longest in the country, and is dotted with 41 ports. Today, these gateways to the world handle over 25% of India’s total cargo, 17,763 out of 18,028 villages of Gujarat are connected with pucca roads (concrete roads). This excellent rural road connectivity of 98.53% is the best in the country and translates into fast track growth.
Gujarat has always believed in networking for success and it is this philosophy that has enabled it to create a networked infrastructure of the 21st century.
• State-wide Gas Grid
• State-wide Water Distribution Grid
• State-wide IP based e-Governance Network
• Agri-Net for Lab to Land knowledge flow
• Wireless Rural Internet Connectivity
• Joint sector railway lines linking the ports to the vast hinterland
In a first, Gurajat is planning to build an over the sea dam in the northern portion of the Gulf of Khambat (Cambay) with an investment of over Rs 50,000 crore (Rs 500 billion). The 35-kilometre dam project named Kalpasar Dam Alignment would lead to a sweet water reservoir. While, the main dam helps generate tidal power, the reservoir is expected to supply water for drinking and agricultural purposes.
Besides, it will also have a road and rail overbridge, which will reduce the distance between Bhavnagar and Surat by 200 kilometre. Travelling between Bhavnagar in Saurashtra and Surat in South Gujarat currently require a long detour through Ahmedabad.
The timeframe will be decided once the environmental and other clearances come. The Gujarat government has already set up a dedicated department for the project -- the Kalpasar department. The dam is also expected to take thousands of square kilometre in the northern coast of the Gulf of Khambat out of Coastal Zone Regulation (CZR) rules. “This will allow development activity in a zone, which has high salinity and also create fishing opportunity in the envisaged area,” a senior state government official said. With the construction of the dam, which is 160 kilometre from the Pipavav port, the nearby port of Bhavnagar is also likely to be upgraded as a prime port.
A character in one of the famous novels of Benjamin Disraeli, the great British Prime Minister and Statesman of Victorian England, declared: “With words you govern men.”
Sir Winston Churchill demonstrated the power of his words during the Second World War against Nazi leader Hitler. That’s why John Kennedy paid this tribute to him: “When England, nay, the whole of Europe, were faced with their greatest peril, Sir Winston Churchill MOBILIZED THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND SENT IT INTO BATTLE. The incandescent quality of his words illuminated the courage of his countrymen.” Narendra Modi is a powerful orator and a mass communicator. I am giving below some of his famous quotes:
1. “Woman is an incarnation of 'Shakti'- the goddess of power. If she is bestowed with education, Gujarat's strength will double. Let the campaign of ‘Kanya Kelavni’ be spread in every home. Let the lamp of educating daughters be lit up in every heart. Then only the vision of 'Jay Jay Garvi Gujarat' will be realized.”
2. “For me all of Gujarat is an SEZ - Spirituality, Enterprise and Zeal”
3. “Desire + stability = Resolution
Resolution + Hard work = Success”
4. “Understanding strengths and weaknesses is very essential in setting forth a clean administration and for sustainable and lasting solution.”
5. “Education does not mean knowledge (gyan) only, it also contains a life within it; it is not an arrangement, it is a duty. It is not merely a means of livelihood; it is the precious treasure of the noble tradition of giving, bestowing.”
6. “While transparency reduces corruption, good governance goes beyond transparency in achieving openness. Openness means involving the stakeholders in decision-making “process. Transparency is the right to information while openness is the right to participation.”
7. “Education makes life self-reliant. It inspires man to live with dignity in the society. It is the foremost requisite of a teacher to identify his own virtues. He needs to live supported by his inherent virtues-and must continue to uphold them.”
Narendra Modi is a man to whom without commonplace extravagance we might apply the word ‘STATESMAN’. As twice-elected Chief Minister of Gujarat, he has displayed that composed, detached, uplifted mental and moral vision combined with the art of dexterous and pragmatic management and leadership, very necessary and requisite for those who are put in-charge of a nations affairs. We can see from his hectic political career that to the defense of his principles and programmes he ahs always summoned every resource of conduct, culture, oratory and dialectics. He knows when to change and not only when to change, but also how to change in accordance with the pressure of events. As a leader and statesman Narendra Modi has displayed 4 great virtues in an extraordinary degree. They are MODERATION, WISDOM, JUSTICE and FORTITUDE.
The best tribute I can pay to him has to be in the words of Theodore Roosevelt (1859-1919), one of the great Presidents of U.S.A. Narendra Modi has more than his fair share of critics and detractors. In this context, the following words of Theodore Roosevelt become relevant to Narendra Modi.
"It is not the critic who counts: not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles or where the doer of deeds could have done better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood, who strives valiantly, who errs and comes up short again and again, because there is no effort without error or shortcoming, but who knows the great enthusiasms, the great devotions, who spends himself for a worthy cause; who, at the best, knows, in the end, the triumph of high achievement, and who, at the worst, if he fails, at least he fails while daring greatly, so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who knew neither victory nor defeat." – (Citizenship in a Republic," Speech at the Sorbonne, Paris, April 23, 1910)