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Singers came to the collector’s office to file nominations.
- Religious singers came to the collector’s office to file nominations from bullock carts
- Congress did not give ticket to fellow leader’s wife, but he withdrew his name too
In Surat, the religious leader of the Patidar movement and partner of Hardik Patel refused to contest on the Congress ticket at Surat. Religious singers had reached the Collector office to file nominations from bullock carts, but when they came to know that the Congress had not given tickets to their partner Sanjaybhai’s wife, they were angry and themselves refused to contest on the Congress ticket. .
In the Collector Office, it was found out that the Congress withdrew its nomination even after it was revealed that the Congress had not given ticket to his partner Sanjaybhai’s wife.
Who wanted Sanjaybhai and religious to give tickets to his wife
Vilasaben is the wife of Sanjaybhai Dhorajia and it was Sanjaybhai who fought cases filed against the Patidars after the Patidar Anamat movement. That is why the Patidar society respects Sanjaybhai very much. Keeping this in mind, Dharmik demanded that Sanjaybhai’s wife Vilasaben be made a Congress candidate from ward number 17.
He also left his candidature at the time
When Dharmik reached the Collector office to file his nomination on the Congress ticket, he realized that there was only a few minutes left to fill the nomination and Vilasaben had not yet made the Congress his candidate, then he too contested the election on the Congress ticket refused. Withdrawing his nomination, he said that Congress and Hardik Patel have stabbed me in my back and now I will put my full strength to defeat Congress.
Elections are to be held in these cities of Gujarat
Voting will be held on February 21 for the Ahmedabad, Surat, Rajkot, Vadodara, Jamnagar and Bhavnagar municipal elections of Gujarat. The counting of votes will take place on 23 February. Voting for 31 zilla panchayats, 231 tehsil panchayats and 81 municipalities of the state will be held on February 28 and counting of votes will take place on March 2.