50434KPS Gill Was Fit To Be Chief Minister of Gujarat After Riots
- Nov 1, 2013KPS Gill Was Fit To Be Chief Minister of Gujarat After Riots
It was great to watch KPS Gill telling us Chief Minister of Gujarat couldn’t manage communal rioting for three months and he fixed the problem in three days and was soon removed from the job within 45 days fearing KPS Gill could dismantle RSS cadres as well.
Fake encounters burning of Churches were common for many years until Judiciary took charge and prosecuted Police and Politicians.
Clouds of Communal Hate have Become Bigger and Spreading to Other Parts of India.
KPS Gill was SUPER EFFICIENT Officers who used to WRESTLE with problems and knock it down instantly. HE PRACTICED ZERO TOLERENCE POLICY – SIX SIGMA OR SEVEN SIGMA OF GOVERNANCE.
This Inventor is Super Efficient provide solutions to problems we have in Minutes and when ever called upon to remove any problem – never failed.
He would have as Chief Minister of Gujarat in 11 years would have made Gujarat a Secular and Casteless Unified Society – High Performing, Healthy & Prosperous.
He would have put every Corrupt and Incompetent in jail.
Narmada Canal project would have been functioning Flawlessly utilizing all the water allocated to Gujarat at half or a third cost.
He would have made sure Balanced Agriculture in Gujarat– 75% area dedicated to food crops and 25% for cash crops, in stead of exactly opposite.
Most of Gamblers, Ponzi Schemes, Hoarders, Speculators would have vanished.
There would have been equitable distribution of wealth and natural resources.
Oil & Gas discoveries would have been fully commercialized and India would have become energy surplus.
Most of 27,000 MoUs signed by Modi would have been implemented already – ten times the investment in Gujarat.
Gujarat and India could have LEAP FROGGED to $10,000 Per Capita Developed Economy.
BJP is Circulating FAKE stories of development that could have been real.
Inventor & Consultant
Modi can't be blamed for post-Godhra riots: KPS Gill
Former DGP of Punjab KPS Gill, who had served as security advisor to the Gujarat chief minister in 2002, has said that Narendra Modi cannot be blamed for post-Godhra riots as it is the job of the police leadership to respond to law and order situations.
"In law and order situations, it is the police leadership which has to respond and not the political leadership," Gill said when asked by reporters about his assessment of Modi's handling of post-Godhra events.
He was speaking at the launch of his biography- 'KPS Gill: The Paramount Cop' last night, which was attended by eminent personalities like Punjab Kesari Group editor-in-chief Vijay Kumar Chopra, Indian Express editor-in-chief Shekhar Gupta, former CBI director PC Sharma and others.
In the book, Gill has lavished praise on Modi saying he had "sincere" intentions to end the violence and accused other parties of trying to defame him.
"I realised that people of all political parties who were anti-Modi and anti-BJP were taking advantage of this mayhem and making all efforts to defame Modi one way or the other," he says.
He charged the policemen and the administration had become communal after the incident in Godhra and Modi, who had just become the chief minister, did not have proper grip over the state machinery.
Speaking to reporters, he said that after taking charge as the security advisor of the state, he had visited all places where violence had taken place and policemen from top to bottom refuted having received any direction of the type being mentioned.
He also said a majority of the deaths in the riots had taken place in 5-6 incidents.
Addressing the audience, Gill said some of his family members did not like his comments.
He told reporters that while his family members had been reading newspapers, he had experienced the developments.
Gill had been appointed in May, 2002, as the security advisor to Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi to bolster efforts to effectively check communal violence in the state.
Vijay Kumar Chopra, editor-in-chief of Punjab Kesari, lauded Gill's stint as DGP of Punjab and said he had "infused a new life in a lifeless police force".
Comparing Gill with legendary Sikh general Hari Singh Nalwa, Chopra said he has been a big factor in restoring normalcy in the state wracked by militancy in 1980s.
Shekhar Gupta said he had the fortune to be a fellow traveller who witnessed Gill as a police officer in Assam where his reading of ground reality was far more realistic than those around him.
He added that in his interactions with Gill during his reporting years, he realised that even in Punjab he could diagnose and predict situations with great clarity.
PC Sharma said Gill thoroughly backed officers who had worked under him.
The biographer Rahul Chandan said he had grown up in Punjab and heard stories about Gill and felt he had engaged in a worthwhile pursuit.