Articles tagged under: Lunawada
October 16, 2019
Gandhiniagar: Polling day (October 21st) is coming closer and campaign for six-seat by-poll is catching heat. Chief Minister Vijay Rupani who had joined the campaign by addressing a public meeting in Kheralu early this week is scheduled to address public meetings in Lunawada and Amraiwadi (Ahmedabad) on Wednesday. While Lunawada public meeting will take place at Indira ground at 4 pm, Amraiwadi public meeting will take place at 8 pm at Parmeshwar park society in Indrapuri locality.
September 21, 2019
By Japan K Pathak
Polling is going to take place in four assembly seats of Gujarat next month.
The poll season will start with Navratri and end just before Dhan Teras. It will be a festive season with lot of positivity in air. Weather will be just perfect for organizing election rallies and group meetings in open.
All four poll-bound seats are located in mainland Gujarat area. Saurashtra, Kutch and South Gujarat are out of the picture in this poll season.
Out of four, Amraiwadi is ...Read More
June 06, 2019
Gandhinagar: Gujarat will witness by-polls of assembly seats within next six months as four MLAs are elected as Lok Sabha members and they have decided to retain their Lok Sabha seats. All four MLAs have resigned as MLA today.
Party MLA and minister in Vijay Rupani cabinet, Parbatbhai Patel(Chaudhary) has been elected to Lok Sabha from Banaskantha seat. Parbatbhai was MLA elected from Tharad constituency in Banaskantha district of North Gujarat. Possibility of State BJP leader and former mini...Read More
December 22, 2017
Gandhinagar: An independent MLA in Gujarat has declared his support to the BJP, which has retained power in the state.
Lunawada MLA Ratansinh Rathod wrote to Gujarat Governor O P Kohli declaring his support to the BJP and also came to BJP headquarters here to participate in the meeting of its newly elected MLAs to elect their leader.
"I have declared unconditional support to BJP," Rathod told reporters here.
"I have given outside support and as of now I have not joined the BJP," he said...Read More
September 09, 2012
Ahmedabad, 9 September 2012
In fresh attack on Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi, Gujarat Parivartan Party(GPP) leader Shri Keshubhai Patel today said that in 2007 election manifesto Modi had promised revolving fund of Rs 1,000 crore, but such fund has never been generated.
"Modi had promised wind mill to unemployed youths in 2002, but till now not one wind mill has been given as per the promise,' Keshubhai said adding that Modi has planned toys of Maruti car's replica i...Read More
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