Clamor for strict action against AAP local leader accused of extorting money from businessmen

Jetpur: Members of the Jetpur Dyeing and Printing Association and Chamber of Commerce gathered at the mamlatdar office to submit a memorandum seeking strict punishment under the Indian Penal Code for Aam Aadmi Party (AAP)’s Jetpur city’s former president accused of blackmailing and extorting money from a proprietor of textile and cotton printing unit of Jetpur.

A police complaint was filed against a so called AAP city president, Bhavesh M Ginoya, for filing applications in the GPCB and PGVCL against Jai Gautami Textile and Printing Dyeing Works claiming that the unit that had been closed down for non-compliance with pollution rules was secretly functioning. Ginoya had also allegedly approached the proprietor of the unit, Ramnikbhai Madhabhai Butani, offering to withdraw his applications in return for a hefty sum of money.

The members of the Association and Chamber said there have been attempts to blackmail proprietors in the past as well and these attempts are still ongoing. The representatives of the Association demanded on behalf of all their members that strict action be taken against such individuals. DeshGujarat

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