The event was organised to mark the beginning of Anandiben’s third year in office.
The reports had said that BJP might ask Anandiben Patel to step down as chief minister and projected Nitin Patel as a front-runner for the post, after both of them were in Delhi on Monday.
The opening ceremony of the KPL is scheduled to be held in Naranpura area where Amit Shah lives; It also happens to be the assembly constituency from where he is elected to the Gujarat Assembly.
The cooperative that holds the distinction of being the world’s “first solar irrigation cooperative” was felicitated for providing its members “smart income” from energy sales to a local discom.
66 municipalities used only 50% or less grant, says CM.
It stated that the government has received several representations from EWS who do not belong to the reserved categories.
The government decided to make 300 villages self-reliant, clean and hygienic during this year,” said Patel.
“Even if there is a fault with men, it is blamed on the women,” Patel told a Mahila Sammelan in Pavi Jetpur in Chhota Udepur on the occasion of Gujarat Foundation Day.
Hitting out the government, Congress Legislature Party leader Shankarsinh Vaghela said “If the government wants to establish peace, it should voluntarily withdraw cases of sedition.”
Police claimed they resorted to lathicharge only after some persons started throwing stones at the police vehicles, Lalji Patel alleged that Patel agitators were targeted without any provocation.
BJP inaugurated the first of seven Samajik Samrasta Sammelans on Friday, and targeted Opposition Congress for being “unfair” towards architect of the Constitution B R Ambedkar and using his name just for its vote-bank politics
Anandiben Patel said Ambedkar was the one who worked hard to see that everyone gets equal opportunity.
According to data, the state government has collected more than Rs 15.68 crore from those MBBS students who have breached their bonds and opted out of this mandatory service in villages.
As soon as the Question Hour began, Congress MLA Raghavji Patel demanded introduction and debate on a private member’s bill providing 20 per cent reservation for economically weaker sections (EWS).
The Khalid video ran with the caption ‘How dare they (raise) slogan to break India within JNU campus’. Two giant LED screens telecast the videos.