Gujarat BJP Leaders Tackle Local Issues; CM Advocates for Public Welfare

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Gujarat BJP Leaders Tackle Local Issues; CM Advocates for Public Welfare

| Updated: June 14, 2024 18:35

The leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Gujarat, including MLAs and corporators, are taking significant steps to address various ground-level issues that affect the public. These leaders are not shying away from bringing these matters to the attention of the media.

Yogesh Patel, the BJP MLA from the Manjalpur constituency in Vadodara, has penned a letter to the district collector, raising concerns about potential scams related to non-agricultural land orders among other issues. Patel has called for a thorough review and reopening of decrees issued over the past three years, including those related to land premiums, non-farmers being listed as cultivators and the allocation of government lands to private individuals. He has urged that a report on these matters be made available to the public within a week.

In Amreli, Janakbhai Talaviya, the MLA from Lathi Vidhansabha, acted on information received from the public and conducted a raid on a suspected gambling den located in the Damnagar area, a mere 200 meters from a local police station. However, the Deputy Superintendent of Police has clarified that the establishment in question is not a gambling den but an online marketing workplace and any legal action will be taken in accordance with the law.

Amul Bhatt, the MLA from Maninagar and a prominent BJP leader, has reached out to the DCP (Traffic) with concerns about the safety of women in the Danilimda area. Bhatt highlighted that women face inappropriate behavior when retrieving their vehicles from a towing zone in Danilimda. He has proposed relocating this zone to Raipur to mitigate the issue, citing the considerable distance between Maninagar and Danilimda.

In Surat, Kanubhai Gedia, the local corporator of Ward No. 3, has humorously suggested the creation of a ‘Manjira’ department within the Surat Municipal Corporation to address the lackadaisical attitude of certain officers. Gedia alleges that despite claims of drafting a detailed project report for drainage issues over the last three years, no progress has been made.

Dhawalsinh Zala, an independent MLA from the Bayad seat who supports the BJP, has inquired about the delayed bonus payments to milk producers from Sabar Dairy. Zala has emphasized the urgency of disbursing the approximately 300 crore bonus to the deserving milk producers, highlighting that the delay was attributed to the pending election of the dairy’s chairman.

Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel, addressing the public’s concerns, used a metaphor to illustrate that officials and aides often exhibit more arrogance than the ministers and leaders they represent. Following the Rajkot fire incident, Patel emphasized that human life must be the paramount concern, stating that development efforts are futile if they do not prioritize the well-being of the people they are intended to benefit. He also reflected on the tragedy, questioning why such mistakes occur despite significant development efforts.

The recent actions by BJP representatives come against a backdrop of various complaints regarding corruption, police inaction and administrative negligence across the state. Additionally, the party’s loss in the Banaskantha Lok Sabha polls has been seen as a catalyst for increased activity among public representatives.

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