Ahmedabad, Jan 11: Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday claimed that the top five states in the country, implementing the 20-point programme, encompassed within the Five Year Plan, are led by non-Congress government.
“Gujarat tops in the country in implementation of 20 point programme in last one decade. Incidentally, the top five states implementing the 20-Point Programme, are non-UPA government's,” Modi said.
The 20-point programme is a selection of plan schemes and is, in essence, a commitment to achieve certain selected targets and objectives.
Modi was speaking at the day-long Sadhbhavana fast, organised in Mehsana district, as part of the state-wide ‘Sadbhavana Mission' to hold such fasts at 33 places.
Rounding up his day-long Sadbhavna fast in Mehsana district, Modi said, that the mission was to serve the society.
Modi said that Gujarat's mantra for development is ‘Inclusive Growth through Collective Efforts,' taking people along, rising above the decade-old politics of divide and rule and polarising on basis of caste.
He also announced new development projects worth Rs 2,555 crore for the district, from where, the major chunk of 150 km-long Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) passes through.
On the occasion, Modi announced new development projects worth Rs 2,555 crore for the district, an official statement said.