Congress accuses former Gujarat CM Vijay Rupani of scam

Congress has accused former Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani of corruption. According to Congress, by changing the rules, 91 lakh meters of land reserved for public use in Surat was handed over to the builders.

 
Congress blames former Gujarat CM Rupani of land scam

Ahmedabad: Gujarat Congress has accused former Chief Minister Vijay Rupani of corruption. Congress said that by changing the rules, 91 lakh meters of land reserved for public use in Surat was handed over to the builders. Arjun Modhwadia, former president of Gujarat Congress, while talking to the media in the state office, said that according to the Surat City Development Project 2035, more than one crore 66 lakh meters of land was reserved for essential public facilities in the city. During the tenure of Vijay Rupani in Gujarat, about 91 lakh meters of land was handed over to the builders with the connivance of the officials. The market price of this land is around Rs.27 thousand crores. According to him, the state government should get the matter probed by a judge of the Gujarat High Court.

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Here, the Bharatiya Tribal Party (BTP) has found a new partner in the form of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) after the ruthlessness from the Congress in Gujarat and Rajasthan. Both will contest the upcoming assembly elections together. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will announce this at the Tribal Mahasammelan to be held in Bharuch on the foundation day of Gujarat on May 1. BTP national president Mahesh Vasava and AAP's Gujarat convener Gopal Italia announced an alliance between the two parties. During this, he told that BTP founder and MLA Chhotu Bhai Vasava was in touch with Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal even before the election results of Punjab. Both the parties will fight the upcoming Gujarat assembly elections together. He said that on May 1, Adivasi Sankalp Mahasammelan will be held in Chanderia village of Bharuch. BTP has two MLAs in Gujarat and three in Rajasthan.

Earlier there was an alliance between BTP and Congress, but in the last Lok Sabha elections, Chhotu Vasava had distanced himself from the Congress after not leaving the Bharuch seat. Congress wants some momentum before the start of the election. 

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