BJP leader maps out roadmap for next year’s parliamentary elections | Rajkot News


Party workers welcome CR Paatil to Rajkot on Saturday

Rajkot: BJP chairman CR Paatil has prepared a roadmap for the parliamentary elections due next year, especially after the state recently made a leadership change.
In Rajkot during a one-day visit on Saturday, Paatil also reiterated the government’s commitment to withdraw the cases of the Patidar agitators and held a meeting for this purpose with Naresh Patel.
However, the former chief minister and deputy of Rajkot Vijay Rupani or his supporters were conspicuous by their absence from all these meetings.
Speaking to the media, Paatil said: “The government has withdrawn many cases of unrest from Patidar and 78 cases are in the process of being withdrawn. The government is firm on the commitment it made to the agitators.
He declined to give details of the legislative election plan, however, but said, “We are not prepared to allow a congressional worker to join the BJP. ”
Paatil again made it clear to Rajkot that non-vegetarian food vendors would not be taken off the roads. By the way, Rajkot was the first municipal company to remove such carts, quickly followed by many other civic organizations.
“I have asked those in charge of all civic bodies not to take any coercive action against the vegetable-free carts on the roads. There is no provision in the law to prohibit them from selling non-vegetarian food, ”Paatil said, in an interview with reporters.
In the afternoon, Paatil met with business and industry leaders at a hotel, as well as representatives of all major associations in Rajkot, including the Rajkot Chamber of Commerce and Industry (RCCI), the association of Rajkot builders, the jewelry and jewelry association, the costume jewelry association, the association of engineers among many others, where he reassured them that the projects launched by the Rupani government will not be hampered.
In addition to a toy park and imitation park in Rajkot, industry leaders demanded that they be provided 5,000 m² of land at a rate of 50%, instead of 3,000 m² after the new limit of MSME.
Paatil also suggested forming a committee under the auspices of RCCI and dealing one by one with the problems of all businessmen at Gandhinagar level. According to sources, during the meeting with industry bodies, Paatil also asked the mayor of Rajkot, Pradeep Dav, to remove stray cows and dogs from the roads.
Paatil also paid a surprise visit to the residence of Khodaldham Trust Chief Naresh Patel and called the meeting an exchange of greetings for the Gujarati New Year. The Khodaldham is the supreme religious and social body of Kadva Patidar. After the meeting, Patel told the media: “We had no political discussions during the meeting. ”
“Both Khodaldham and Umiyadham had called on the government to withdraw all cases against the Patidar agitators. It’s good that the government is working on this, ”he said, responding to a moving question.
Paatil also participated in several wedding ceremonies of BJP workers and addressed party workers in the afternoon before leaving town.

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