Ahmedabad: Gujarat Chief Minister and BJP's prime ministerial nominee Narendra Modi today said those who talk about ‘inclusive growth' should see the Sabarmati Riverfront development project here.
“Those who are singing the tune of inclusive growth, inclusive growth, I ask them to visit Sabarmati Riverfront and study the inclusive growth at the riverfront and understand it,” Modi said, inaugurating the newly-built Gujari bazaar market on the banks of the Sabarmati river.
“A day does not pass when India's economists don't utter the word inclusive growth. If they want to know how does inclusive growth take place, they should come here.”
Gujari Bazaar is a 597-year-old trader-organised market, governed by member-elected Ahmedabad Gujari Association (AGA), comprising traders from all communities. It was originally located in the southern corner of Ellisbridge. The new Gujari bazaar is located in the eastern corner of Ellisbridge, on the banks of the Sabarmati river.