Friday, 13 May 2016

Taking Gujarat to new heights of Inclusive and Sustainable Growth

With rich experience of being a teacher for 30 years and a minister for 17 years, Smt. Anandiben Patel became the Chief Minister of Gujarat in May 2014. She has seamlessly carried forward the rich legacy of her predecessor Shri Narendrabhai Modi. She adopted a mission-mode approach through a campaign called Gatisheel Gujarat. Monitorable, time-bound targets are being set and met for select developmental works. Loksamvad Setu for on-the-spot grievance redressal has won the hearts of the people of Gujarat. Initiatives like 'Gender Budget', celebrating Women Empowerment Fortnight, holding Shramik Kalyan Melas, introducing Rabi Krishi Mahotsav, and declaring Krishi Vikas Varsh, among many others show her focus on pro-people good governance.
Her commitment towards Swachh Gujarat and Toilets-for-all in the state has received applause from all corners. Her inclination towards use of technology has given a new momentum to various initiatives under Good Governance through e-Governance. Also, as an initiative in the direction of social and economic upliftment of women, Smt Anandiben Patel (Hon'ble Chief Minister of Gujarat) announced 33% reservation for women in government services, including police. With an eye for detailing, Smt. Anandiben Patel (Hon'ble Chief Minister of Gujarat) lays stress on personally reviewing and monitoring of various works of development. Putting in long hours of work every day, she continues to successfully anchor the legacy of Gujarat model of development.

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