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Business Standard  |  New Delhi 

The more success Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi’s claims for developing the state, the louder the sarcasm from the Congress. Even as Gujarat announced a Rs 2,250-crore package for state government employees, Congress leader Shankersinh Vaghela found a way to take a dig at the chief minister. Claiming zero recruitment by the state government, Vaghela said the Modi government had only outsourced in all these years. “Given a chance, the Modi government would outsource its new Secretariat to one of the large corporations,” quipped Vaghela.

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First Published: Tue, October 11 2011. 00:05 IST