Articles tagged under: Kodinar

BJP president Amit Shah addresses a public meeting at Kodinar in Gujarat

April 15, 2019

Kodinar: BJP president Amit Shah today hit out strongly at Congress party and its president Rahul Gandhi and said that sensing imminent defeat the opposition party under fear has again started blaming the EVMs even though only one phase of the election has happened so far. He also sought apology from BSP and SP for the indecent comment by their candidate on Rampur LS seat, Azam Khan against BJP candidate and actress Jaya Prada terming it an insult of crores of women in the country. Add...Read More

Non-Gujarati workers flee to native states after locals issue threat in rural Kodinar

February 06, 2019
Non-Gujarati workers flee to native states after locals issue threat in rural Kodinar

Kodinar: Non-Gujarati labourers working at Shapoorji Pallonji company's site were forced to leave Chhara village in Kodinar taluka of Saurashtra region by local villagers. Over dozen persons from Chhara village rushed to company's labour colony and entered inside the rooms of non-Gujarati labourers who were in total number of around 150. Non-Gujarati labourers were threatened for attack and murder. Company's local security officer Jitendra Danabhai Parmar has filed police complaint in this...Read More

Unhappy after ticket denied, Gujarat BJP MLA Jetha Solanki quits party, resigns from all posts

November 19, 2017
Unhappy after ticket denied, Gujarat BJP MLA Jetha Solanki quits party, resigns from all posts

Gandhinagar: BJP MLA from Kodinar seat, Jetha Solanki quit the party and resigned from all posts. The Dalit leader said that he was “unhappy” after being told by the party that he will not get a ticket this time. Solanki, who was one of the parliamentary secretaries appointed by Chief Minister Vijay Rupani, resigned from the post. Parliamentary secretaries are considered equivalent to deputy ministers and are supposed to help the ministers. “I have resigned from the BJP, as an MLA an...Read More

Six-taluka delegation visits Modi to thank him for Gir – Somnath

August 21, 2012

Gandhinagar, 21 August 2012 A large number of citizens and workers from Veraval-Somnath, Kodinar, Una, Keshod and Mangrol talukas of the newly announced Gir-Somnath district greeted and thanked Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi in Gandhinagar today. Minister of State Kanubhai Bhalala and District BJP President Madhabhai Boria led the workers, who expressed the hope that the creation of the new district would hasten the development of the region. Legislators Rajshibhai Jotw...Read More