Sadhbhavana Mission: Sushma Swaraj praises Modi's work

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Ahmedabad, Sep 19: BJP and MP leader Sushma Swaraj praised Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi's work at the final day of his 'Sadbhavana Mission'.

She said, "When we hear praises of Gujarat in NIC meetings or in other countries, our head stands up in pride.When I went to Israel to study drip irrigation, I was told to go back to Gujarat to do so, 'why don't you go to Gujarat. No development policy in Gujarat is made with the aim of serving a Hindu or Muslim.When 108 Ambulance gets an emergency call, it does not ask whether the caller is Hindu or Muslim."

She added, I am a big fan of Narendra bhai"s one quality - to carry on irrespective of the criticism. Modi ji does not govern from AC rooms, but out there amongst his people in the sun & dust.

She went to Gujarat University convention centre venue to lend her support to Modi's mission on the third of his fast.

Narendra Modi's started his fast on Saturday, Sep 17 for peace, unity and social harmony.

Mahrashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) leader, Raj Thackeray also went to the fast venue on  today (Sep 19) to greet Modi for his mission.

On Monday morning, Modi and his supporters observed a minute of silence for the earthquake victims that hit parts of Northern and Eastern parts of the country.

Several people across the state came to the fast venue to support Modi's mission. People were carrying banners with them to support Gujarat Chief Minister's mission.

Around 25 people including activist Mallika Sarabhai were detained on Sunday (Sep 18), as they were protesting against Chief Minister Narendra Modi's fast.

Gujarat's revenue minister and close aide of Narendra Modi supervised the security arrangements at the entrance gate of the fast venue.

Senoir BJP leaders L K Advani and Arun Jaitley were present on the first day of his fast at the university convention hall.

Chief Minister of Gujarat, Narendra Modi's three day sadbhavana fast came to end today (Sep 19).

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