Articles tagged under: Bharat Solanki

Solanki ensured defeat of Congress and senior leaders like Modhwadia, Gohil, Siddharth: Gajera

December 29, 2017
Solanki ensured defeat of Congress and senior leaders like Modhwadia, Gohil, Siddharth: Gajera

Surat: Senior Patidar leader and Congress candidate from Varachha road seat of Surat in the recently concluded Gujarat assembly election, Dhirubhai Gajera, who is deemed close to PAAS leader Hardik Patel today alleged that Congress lost in the polls owing to the attitude of its state president and former union minister Bharatsinh Solanki. He also alleged that Solanki ensured defeat of many senior leaders included Arjun Modhwadia,Shaktisinh Gohil and Siddharth Patel. Gajer...Read More

Solanki’s fake resignation letter goes viral, Cong leader puts the blame on BJP

November 23, 2017
Solanki’s fake resignation letter goes viral, Cong leader puts the blame on BJP

Ahmedabad: Amid the reports of his alleged annoyance with the party for reported ignorance and sidelining by the high-command, a fake resignation letter of Gujarat Congress President Bharatsinh Solanki from his post went viral in to social media this evening. The letter was in Hindi. Talking to newsmen later Solanki alleged that the fake letter was a handiwork of ruling BJP. 'Earlier a list of candidates of our party was issued in similar manner but the fools w...Read More

Congress would win with 2/3rd majority, campaign from 4/5 September

August 21, 2017
Congress would win with 2/3rd majority, campaign from 4/5 September

New Delhi: Gujarat Congress President Bharatsinh Solanki today claimed that his party would win this year's assembly polls in Gujarat with 2/3rd majority, destroying the hollow claims of the ruling BJP. He also claimed that the BJP would also face a defeat in the court of law on the issue of challenging the victory of Congress candidate Ahmed Patel in Rajyasabha election. Talking to media persons here after the meeting of 43 Congress MLAs with party president Sonia Gandhi and vice p...Read More

Gujarat Congress chief Bharatsinh Solanki on US visit for personal reasons

April 12, 2017
Gujarat Congress chief Bharatsinh Solanki on US visit for personal reasons

Ahmdedabad: Gujarat Congress president Bharatsinh Solanki's sudden personal visit to America has sparked off discussion among Congress cadres and section of media. Gujarat is going to witness general elections of assembly later this year. Congress party is in the middle of its series of five public meetings on tribal rights issue. At such juncture Solanki's US visit which is believed to be 4-7 days long may force State Congress to modify its schedule of last two tribal right meets. De...Read More

Vaghela, Solanki on Delhi visit

March 31, 2017
Vaghela, Solanki on Delhi visit

Ahmedabad: Gujarat Congress president Bharatsinh Solanki and Leader of Opposition Shankersinh Vaghela are on visit to Delhi today. They are likely to meet party's national vice president and top decision maker Rahul Gandhi in connection with upcoming Gujarat assembly general elections, scheduled to take place later this year. Gujarat Congress has completed ground visits of observers to each of total 182 assembly segments in the State. Lists of panels are handed over to State leadership by dist...Read More

Process of making panels for selecting candidates to begin next week: Gujarat Congress chief

March 20, 2017
Process of making panels for selecting candidates to begin next week: Gujarat Congress chief

Ahmedabad: Gujarat Congress President Bharatsinh Solanki while addressing a gathering of around 1500 ticket aspirants in Ahmedabad today said that the process of making panels of candidates for upcoming Gujarat assembly elections will kick start from the next week. Solanki said, 'we are going to start the process of making panels of candidates for 182 assembly seats from the next month. District Congress President, District Panchayat President, Member of Parliament, AICC delegates, MLAs, offi...Read More

Bharatsinh Madhavsinh Solanki is new President of Gujarat Congress

March 01, 2015

New Delhi/Ahmedabad Bharatsinh Madhavsinh Solanki has been appointed a new president of Gujarat Congress. It is believed that he has been selected for this post by Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi who is going to become Congress president by April this year in AICC convention in Bengaluru. Bharatsinh will replace Arjun Modhwadia. First test of Bharatsinh will be to ensure gain for party in local body and panchayat elections scheduled to take place in last quarter of this year. ...Read More

Senior citizen Bharat Solanki celebrates birthday with Vaghela

November 26, 2013

Anand, 26 November 2013 Anand MP, union minister of state for Drinking water and Sanitation, and former Gujarat Congress President Bharatsinh Solanki celebrated his birthday by holding a district level gettogather of Congress workers in presence of leader of opposition Shankersinh Vaghela. Solanki has thus demonstrated clear alignment with Gujarat Congress's Shankersinh Vaghela group, because none other state level Congress leader was invited to the functio...Read More

Dinsha to be elevated, Solanki to be shifted, two MPs who perform best in Gujarat polls to get ministry later on

October 27, 2012

By DeshGujarat, Ahmedabad, 27 October 2012 Sources told DeshGujarat that in union cabinet reshuffle on Sunday, Gujarat MP Shri Dinsha Patel is likely to be elevated to cabinet rank. Shri Dinsha Patel, senior Congress MP elected from Kheda Lok Sabha seat in central Gujarat is presently minister of state in centre. Highly placed sources also told DeshGujarat that minister of state for Railway Bharatsinh Solanki may be shifted to another ministry. Shri Solanki is MP from G...Read More

Anand gets ‘Mushkil Aasaan’ mobile van for railway tickets (Video)

June 07, 2012

Anand, 7 June 2012 The city of Anand in central Gujarat got a mobile ticket van facility for easy availability of reserved and unreserved railway tickets. Minister of state for Railway and Anand MP Bharatsinh Solanki launched the van in presence of the railway officials and local people today. The van will travel to various areas well away from railway stations as per the daily schedule. Western Railway archives state that such vans used to run about a century ago when ...Read More

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