Why the so-called achievements of Narendra Modi don’t impress me and I refuse to be taken for a ride


Here, I will list all the reasons why I will not vote for Modi. Before that I want to make it clear that I was a hard-core BJP supporter and my family has always voted for BJP in Rajasthan , but over the time I realized that BJP and Congress are two different sides of the same coin or in simpler words they are the same low-quality wine in two different bottles.
I know this blog might receive many attacks and abuses by the Modi Army, who are never short of abuses on social-networks, but writing this is necessary to clean the carefully-crafted illusion developed by BJP over the years around the achievements of Narendra Modi.

1. Ticket to Criminal Candidates

report in Hindu says that 57 Candidates of Gujarat Cabinet have criminal cases on them. Well, I seriously don’t understand how my India will shine under Criminal Candidates.  Can BJP stop giving tickets to criminals? If yes, then I can think about voting for them.

2 . Right to Information Act (RTI)

RTI activists in Gujarat are suffering, their RTI Applications are not being responded to, and thousands of RTI applications are pending. Gujarat RTI Activists Association, which has around 5,000 members, says that there are around 14,000 RTI applications pending at different stages in various departments of the state government. According to them , these RTIs can expose corruption on larger scale. So stopping an RTI and Modi ji wants India to be like USA, no that’s not possible if you stop the Right To Information for your citizens.

Apart from this , Why does Modi have to keep tainted minister in his Cabinet? Many RTI activists have received threats to life , RTI Activist Amit Jethwa was murdered and BJP MP Dinu Bogha Solanki has been held. Freedom of knowledge and Free Speech which can threaten the govt is silenced. BJP MP arrested for RTI Activists Murder.

3. Weak Lokayukta

In April 2012, Narendra Modi passed a new bill, The Gujarat Lokayukta Aayog which allows him to
1. Choose the Lokayukta of his own choice.
2. Block Lokayukta from investigating any cases against himself or his cabinet ministers.
3. Remove the primacy of high court chief justice and the governor in the appointment of Lokayukta.  Read report in The Hindu
Is this what you call a strong Lokpal, when you criticize central government for bringing strong Lokpal, Mr Modi? If this is what you call a strong Lokpal, then all corrupt politicians would have backed Anna Hazare for this bill.

4. No Riots after 2002

Narendra Modi ji has claimed Many times that there are no riots in Gujarat after 2002, any intelligent person would try to do a re-search on this claim. Read: No Riots in Gujarat in Last 12 years – Modi in India Times.
Facts: Large scale riots happened within Vadodara in 2006 (no coincidence that next Gujarat elections were in 2007). Apart from that, regular stream of incidences involving arson, stone-pelting, stabbing, lynching etc kept on happening regularly all over Gujarat – Ahmedabad, Rajkot, Dohad, Veraval etc.
Apart from these there are many riots which I am listing below for reference. So, it’s very normal to be rioting in any place of India and Gujarat is no-different.
Either these reports are false or Mr Modi forgets deaths of people very easily.

5. False Promotions and fudging of facts

There are many examples of the same. I will list out some,
a) Claim: Modi Claims that Gujarat has generated 25 Lakh jobs generated in 2009  [Link] and also that jobs generated to be 52 lakhs in 2011 [Link].
Truth: Planning Commission Employment Report (page no 126)suggests that, number of people employed in major sectors has come down from 25.3 million in 2004-05 to 24.65 million in 2009-10.
So, these high figures are for what when the Jobs have gone down from 2004 to 2009?
b) Education: Let’s look at the Gujarat’s education Sector.
Gujarat is the worst state in the country, when we look at the reading, writing and math skills of the rural students. Planning Commission reports Education Report. Only 7% of Gujarat’s class 5 kids can read English sentences, way below all India average and it’s better not to compare with other states.
ASER survey taken in Jan 2013, establishes this fact clearly. A  major part of survey was reported by DNA which can be read here: Gujarat’s class-8 literates can’t read. Its clear that Mr Modi is too busy in infrastructure and building roads that he doesn’t have time for future generations, he is aware that they can’t vote.
c) Tourism: Under Modi, Gujarat has turned out to be the visitors favourite destination in India. This is a quote from Modi’s website: Potential of Gujarat Tourism
Here is a quote from Narendra Modi’s website: “In the last year Gujarat got over 22 million tourists and witnessed a tourism growth rate of over 16%, which is double of the national tourism growth rate. From Rs. 30 crore in 2005-2006, the tourism budget today is Rs. 500 crore.”
Number of tourists during 2010-11 = 19,811,936 (19.8 million)
Number of tourists during 2011-12 = 22,354,665 (22.3 million)
Anyone who can do simple calculation would find out that, increase is around 13% (12.8% to be exact) and not 16% as Modi tells the nation.
d) Claim: Automobile majors are flocking to Gujarat because of great industrial climate Modi has created.
Fact: Plain Lie, Tata was given sops estimated to be worth Rs. 30 Thousand Crores over a period of time for investing only a fraction (Rs 2 Thousand Crores) in Sanand, Gujarat. That’s what brought Nano to Gujarat.  Modi Team confirms Mega Loan For Tata
Modi Gives Rs 30,000 Crore Loans to TataFree public money in form of Rs 9,570 Crore loan as the interest is 0.1% and payment time is 20 years (23% of Gujarat’s budget for that year). Plus, usual sops of tax and duty exemption, infrastructure development and 100 acres of land near Ahmedabad for township. Which businessman will refuse such a deal?
Fact: Plain Lie, This is a two part claim:
1. 100% village electrification
2. Gujarat’s leadership in electricity availability to its populace
Gujarat’s villages were fully electrified by 1996 (or even before), Modi has no role in 100% village electrification. Electrification of villages, Page 23, Annual Report 1996-97, Ministry of Power.
Moving on to availability of electricity, refer to a report of Census 2011, Availability of Electricity Census 2011.
Percentage of households using electricity as the source of lighting in Gujarat is 90.4%, ranked 14th behind big states like (TN 93.4, Andhra 92.2), many smaller states and UTs. Thus, Gujarat is not the leader in providing electricity to its populace. Interestingly,  Gujarat rank fell from 12th in 2001 Census to 14th in 2011 Census.
Fact: Less than 50% Gujaratis are voting for Modi and around 40% are voting for Congress. BJP’s high vote share pre-dates Modi.

Vote Share Percentage in Gujarat Elections

Gujarat: BJP Minus Congress Vote Share Percentage
In last, General Elections (2009) in Gujarat, vote share difference between BJP and Congress was only 3.5%. Correspondingly, seats won BJP 15 and Congress 11.
In India electoral systems, winners are based on seats won in which Modi/BJP is clear winner, but that does not mean everyone in Gujarat is voting for Modi/BJP. Within Gujarat Congress too have a healthy vote share in range of 40%.
g) Claim: Gujarat’s agricultural growth is 10-11% , modi proudly says this fact and writes on his official website too – Gujarat Agricultural Growth
Fact: Plain lie, In last 6 years, Gujarat’s agriculture had -ve years of growth -1.08% (2007) & -8.71% (2009), and a zero growth year 0.3% (2010). Gujarat has had a very peculiar growth rate for agriculture. Although I have to say that the Sardar Sarovar Project has had a huge impact on agriculture in Gujarat.

Ref, Page 61, GDP by Industry of Origin, Data for use of Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission
Furthermore, another data table of Ministry of Agriculture, mentions Gujarat’s agriculture from 1996-97 to 2010-2011 (not given whether it is at constant/current price or gross/net DP), to have frequently years of high negative growth and high positive growth, the variance is so high, by selecting a year, the corresponding growth can significantly change over a period.
Ref, Page 53, GDP by Industry of Origin, Data for use of Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission
By no stretch of Imagination, Gujarat has 10-11% Agriculture growth, if that would be .. would the farmers do suicides in Gujarat?  yet another lie exposed from RTI. What drove 135 Gujarat farmers to suicide?
One more interesting read on suicides of Farmers in Gujarat – Sudden rise of farmer suicides in Gujarat
h) Claim: Gujarat is the only state in country to have “high speed wireless broadband” service in its all 18000 villages.
Fact: BSNL brought that to Gujarat. Ironically this is one of deals for which former Telecom minister, A Raja, is under investigation.
Now,they say its the only state in the country, is it so? No – Read, Wimax comes to Goa
Incidentally, BSNL-SOMA WiMAX deal is under investigation in corruption saga of former Telecom Minister A Raja. A Raja may be booked in BSNL’s WiMax deal [Link].
In other words, it’s A Raja, who bought WiMax to Gujarat.
i) Claim: Modi made the Asia’s biggest solar plant
Intending to say, Modi made the Asia’s biggest solar plant?
Fact: Solar energy revolution in India was started by UPA govt in 2010. JLNSM was launched on the 11th January, 2010 by the Prime Minister. The Mission has set the ambitious target.of deploying 20,000 MW of grid connected solar power by 2022. Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission
Since launch of the JLNSM, the capacity of solar power projects has grown from 8 MW in January 2010 to over 979 MW in the country. Progress under Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission
Clearly Rajasthan and Gujarat, being the biggest desert states in India, solar program was likely to have the largest impact there. Due credit to Gujarat though that it beat Rajasthan to first place.
j) Also Modi PR people have claimed that “The entire length of SSNL canal network in Gujarat is around 19,000 kilometres and if even 10 per cent of it is used for this type of projects it could generate 2,400 MW of clean energy annually.” People have touted him as if he was the inventor of the idea of putting solar panels over the canals.
Fact: Again plain lie, First and foremost, the World’s first over the water solar power project is in California, United States. It’s functioning over a pond since April 2011 (picture above and below). Thus, there is nothing original about the idea of solar panel over water nor Gujarat is first to implement that.
Forget 2,400 MW, not even 2MW is a reality
In last one and half year, after 1MW launched in April 2012, not a even one MW more is added. At best there are few “announcements” of Gujarat government to fund 10-20 MW. No news of any further construction as of now. Perhaps Gujarat’s bureaucracy knows; The whole thing was just a publicity stunt, why waste more money on this one?
The 0.75 km is the total length of the existing canal top solar panels; somehow fan boys are convinced that 1,900 km (2,500 times) is being covered on war footing and try to force this lie with full rhetoric over anyone skeptical.
Just to add, the original purpose of Narmada canals, to bring water to parched lands of Gujarat (a high priority task for any Gujarat CM), as ofnow remains way behind schedule. Only 35% of the total 75000 km canal work is complete and in Modi’s 10 years as CM, 10,000 km is dug. Modi’s announced deadline of year 2010 for the task expired 3 years back.

The Promise of Sardar Sarovar Dam vs Dry Facts

6. Some of the things which are not spoken about:

There are some things which Modi doesn’t tell you. In social sector, Gujarat is one of the worst performing states in the country. Source: Planning Commission Report on state Wise Population Below Poverty line
And was this not enough? Now facts coming out that a person who earns Rs 11/ Day is not below Poverty line in Gujarat and so the person who earns below Rs11/day are 24 lakhs in number . Read, Rs 11/day and you are rich in Gujarat.
One of the biggest of my reasons to decide against voting for Modi is the rabid army BJP trolls on Twitter, Facebook. Their abusive nature can be the reason alone to tick people off. Many of the journalists are being threatened if they say against Modi and some of them even have been fired because they write against Mr Modi . Why Sagarika Ghose can no longer criticise Modi
Apart from that, the silence of BJP on section 377, their links with LTTE Funded Viako (please google for that), Baba Ramdev’s and Subharamaniam Swamy’s dual nature forces me to not vote for Modi. Silence of BJP big wigs on Asaram bapu case too is worrying .
Apart from it, Wikileaks never said Modi as fully un-corrupt and the whole cable tells Modi to be communal, and a ruler by few means and coruption in Oil refinery is evident. Wikileaks Cable on Modi –  I see fake claims which say Wiki leaks founder Julian Assange said that “US Does not want Modi to be the PM because they are scared “, that too is a plain white lie.
Half of the followers of the Modi is fake, he purchases sponsored likes on Facebook , who funds BJP? Can BJP be transparent about it’s funds? Why BJP was funded 1 Crore by Dow Chemicals? The company responsible for Bhopal gas tragedy? Can BJP explain?
As if these reasons are not enough, Modi’s tongue slips many times, he said Mohandas Gandhi as Mohanlal Gandhi, said Alexander came till Bihar, Takshila was in Bihar and what not ! He is a good speaker no doubt but is speaking facts is too much too ask for?

Written by Raghav Gakhar >>

Raghav Gakhar is defense enthusiast, writes on Defense and Political Affairs. He's really hopeful about the recent wave of new-age politics in India and foresees change in the fortunes of the sub-continent in near future.

Originally published as “Reasons for not voting Modi: Facts & Lies” by Raghav Gakhar on defencelover.in

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Indian Exponent: Why the so-called achievements of Narendra Modi don’t impress me and I refuse to be taken for a ride
Why the so-called achievements of Narendra Modi don’t impress me and I refuse to be taken for a ride
Indian Exponent
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