‘In Modi’s Gujarat, There Was No Prejudice’: Author Who When Disliked PM, Says His Views Changed Overnight
Sultan Alimuddin, a previous trainee of the Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay Petroleum University in Gujarat’s Gandhinagar, showered praises on Prime Minister Narendra Modi as the latter went to the Varsity’s convocation ceremony on Saturday. In a series of throwback tweets, Alimuddin recalled how his understanding towards PM Modi took a U-turn as he fulfilled him during his tenure as the Chief Minister of Gujarat.
Recently, Alimuddin’s book ‘On Point Narendra Modi’ was launched in Patna and at the launch ceremony, he had actually stated how he used to do not like the PM when the Godhra riots occurred back in2002 But after he went to Gujarat for research study and saw Modi’s advancement operates in the state, he became his fan, he said.
In Saturday’s nostalgic tweets, Alimuddin kept in mind the time he provided PM Modi with the Holy Quran. “Today is the Convocation of my University, PDPU, Gandhinagar where PM @narendramodi is Chief Visitor. As one of the earliest alumni of PDPU, I am filled with memories of my stay in Gujarat & meetings with Modi Sir, consisting of when I provided him the Holy Quran. Here is my story (SIC),” he said, including that since then he has 6 interactions with him up until now.
Today is the Convocation of my Alma Mater, PDPU, Gandhinagar where PM @narendramodi is Chief Guest. As one of the earliest alumni of PDPU, I am filled with memories of my stay in Gujarat & meetings with Modi Sir, including when I provided him the Holy Quran. Here is my story. pic.twitter.com/aV8RhjalQv
— SULTAN ALIMUDDIN (@sultanalimuddin) November 21, 2020
The author also discussed how he got a consultation to meet Modi simply after he posted a tweet wanting to meet the PM as soon as.
” I concerned Gujarat in 2008 to study in PDPU. At that time, I was not pleased with the idea of concerning Gujarat. In my mind, Gujarat indicated riots and earthquakes. My good friends informed me to keep away from Gujarat. But, the state and my chats with Modi Sir changed my understanding and frame of mind,” Alimuddin stated.
The young mechanical engineer stated that he shot a “simple message” on Twitter to PM Modi after “the daily papers around March 2010 were full of recommendations to SIT questions reports” and was all of a sudden offered time for a conference with him.
Remembering PM Modi’s words, Alimuddin said that he will “always remember” spoke of his duty towards the 55 million Gujaratis in the states. “I will always remember what Modi Sir informed me in one of our conferences. He said, “I have not done anything for Muslims. But, please go on to note that I have actually done nothing for Hindus, Jains, Sikhs either. I am responsible for 55 million Gujaratis and whatever I do, is targeted at serving them,” he stated.
” In Narendra Modi’s Gujarat, there was no prejudice, intolerance,” he stated, adding that he never for once felt uncomfortable or uneasy in that environment. “Whatever was in order. People were co-operative and handy. Peace and tranquility might be felt in the environment,” he stated.
Even more, Alimuddin asserted that there was no impediment in his path because of his religious beliefs. “I had no issue in dealing with the individuals while managing, performing and getting sponsorships for over 2 lots events in the college. Engineering life ended up being an unforgettable journey and sky was the limitation for me,” he said.
” Throughout my next meetings, PM Modi continued to include that his vision is to make PDPU a lifeline in energy market of India. His dream is to make India self-reliant in essential oil and gas sector where we import over 80% of need and make us an energy superpower. He also added that he wants every youth to work for his heart. Follow your dreams with an open heart, mind and don’t offer up. As a youth, you should be able to defend anything incorrect and after that represent the very same without providing in to any worry and reward,” Alimuddin showed.
” I won’t ever forget what Modi sir told me in December 2013- Do not offer up, for the world will constantly put obstacles in your course. Make the hurdles your pal, if you wish to make a mark in the long run. Follow your dreams, for absolutely nothing is unattainable in today’s world,” he said.
” Today I am a professional, growing in my profession. I have actually worked both in India and abroad. There is a big change in India’s image globally. I feel proud of that. What makes Modi sir unique, I have written my book ON POINT (Upfront & Personal with common guy),” he wrote, concluding his thread.
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