BJP govt has transformed education sector in Gujarat, says PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government in Gujarat has transformed the education sector in the state, said an election issue being pushed aggressively by the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). And made it more scientific and modern.

Addressing a rally in Dehgam town of Gandhinagar district on his third day ahead of next month’s assembly elections, the PM said Gujarat’s education budget has now increased to Rs 33,000 crore, which is more than the total budget outlay of many states. Is. ,

Notably, the BJP’s star campaigner’s comments on Gujarat’s education scenario come at a time when the Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP is aggressively pushing the ‘Delhi model’ of education and the government, if voted to power in the state, Has promised to replace the operated schools. ,

“About 20 to 25 years ago, Gujarat’s budget allocation for education was just Rs 1,600 crore. Today, it stands at Rs 33,000 crore, which is more than the total budget outlay of many states. This is the progress we have made,” said Modi, who served as the chief minister of Gujarat from 2001 to 2014.

Polling will be held on December 5 in the second phase of assembly elections in Dehgam.

“The people of entire Gujarat have benefited from the changes we have brought in this area. The BJP government in Gujarat has transformed the education sector in the state and made it more scientific and modern.

The PM told the gathering that Gandhinagar has now become the education hub of many colleges and universities.

Modi said the world’s first forensic science university and children’s university are located in the state capital.

“India’s first Energy University (Pandit Deendayal Energy University) and Marine University are also located in Gandhinagar. The campus of National Defense University near here is the pride of Dehgam and Gandhinagar.

Hitting out at the Congress, the PM said that the leaders of the opposition party have no vision for the development of Gujarat as they are busy criticizing them all the time.

“We are also working for the empowerment of poor and middle class people. Instead of finding solutions to the problems of the poor people living in the slums, the Congress just threw a few crumbs at them. It was the BJP that got pucca houses built for them.

Voting to elect the 182-member new Gujarat Assembly will be held in two phases – December 1 (89 seats) and December 5 (93 seats) – and the counting of ballots will take place on December 8. A total of 1,621 candidates are in the fray. 182 assembly seats.

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