Ahmedabad City Congress President, Himmat Singh Patel, has raised his voice against the BJP, urging them to refrain from seeking votes based on religious affiliations. Patel predicts that the people will respond to the BJP in their own way in the forthcoming days. Addressing the issue of unregistered construction, Patel questions why the government, which legalizes such constructions through an impact fee, has not implemented a similar policy for the welfare of cowherds.
Expressing his activism after assuming office, Patel criticized the government for securing votes by invoking the name of cows while neglecting the well-being of the cowherds. He points out the dire conditions faced by cows, citing insufficient access to grass and water, resulting in the unfortunate daily demise of many cows. Patel also highlights the displacement of Rabari colonies by the AMC during the Congress regime, now handed over to industrialists, leaving the once-affluent society without land. He questions the government’s inaction on these matters.
Patel insists that the BJP should cease seeking votes on religious grounds. Furthermore, he vows to approach the Chief Minister and the Governor if necessary, expressing concerns about the government’s response to the death of mother cows. Drawing attention to the government’s policy on illegal construction, he questions why a similar approach is not taken for the welfare of cowherds.
Discussing the issue of onion prices, Patel accuses the BJP government of being anti-youth and anti-farmer. He criticizes the lack of support prices for farmers and questions the import of onions from foreign countries when local farmers do not receive adequate prices. Patel contends that the government’s support for farmers is merely verbal.
In his remarks about Aam Aadmi Party MLA Chaitar Vasava, Patel alleges that the BJP’s strategy involves raiding and harassing leaders inappropriately. Patel asserts that people will respond to the BJP in their own way in the coming days.
Himmat Singh Patel, a seasoned Congress leader, formerly served as the mayor of Ahmedabad and an MLA of Bapunagar. Born on December 12, 1961, in Ahmedabad, Patel has been active in politics since an early age and has a longstanding association with the Congress party. Despite losing the 2014 Lok Sabha elections to BJP’s Paresh Rawal, Patel remains committed to addressing the needs of the people. His activism extends beyond politics, having initiated a kitchen for the poor during the Corona period, providing free accommodations to those in need. Patel’s dedication to the welfare of the people reflects his longstanding commitment to public service.
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