best political governance in india
January 24, 2009 2:54am CST
In a full page article in The Hindustan Times dated Saturday, 24-Jan-2009, Narendra Modi, the Chief Minister of Gujarat, India, has been rated as the best Chief Minister who has changed the Gujarat into a profit making state now. As the published figures, there has been tremendous growth in the areas of power, water supply and other basic amenities to the people of the state are all highlighted. Salient features of his Governance are:- Best Decision Making (like big Corporates) Corrupt-free Governance 24 hours power supply, sufficient water availability Compulsory computer eduction in Government primary schools Reimbursement of medical expenses when treatment taken in private hospitals in rural areas, through Government. And so on... In such a situation, what would be your comments to improve the performance of other States? Please discuss. V JAGANNATHAN
24 Jan 09
Yes, I agree that Narendra Modi is the best Indian Leader. He has done a lot to his state, Gujarat. Gujarat was the most affecting place due to several natural calamities like Flood, EarthQuake, etc.... But inspite of these, the state has grown a lot due to his Efficient Leadership. That remembers me of Japan, which came out of a bad situation of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. But see now, Japan is one of the leading developing countries in the world. Other CM's should follow the same governance of Narendra Modi. They should avoid corroption and should think about the welfare of the people first. Then only all states will grow well and India will surely become the NO.1 country in the world.