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2 'unhappy' Congress MLAs stay away from party meeting

DNAHM113866 | 7/17/2017 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :148



Ahmedabad: A meeting of all Congress MLAs of the state was held at Chanchal Party Plot near Jivraj Park on Sunday afternoon. Party's state in-charge Ashok Gehlot was present at the meeting which discussed the Presidential elections to be held on Monday. Interestingly, two of the 57 MLAs, Raghavji Patel of Jamnagar (rural) and Hanubha Jadeja of Jamnagar (city), remained absent, further fuelling rumours of their displeasure with happenings in the party.
While leader of opposition Shankersinh Vaghela said that they were on the way, others said they were held back by rain. Both Patel and Jadeja had made representations to Gehlot regarding the infighting here. However, with no solution, they are said to have been sulking. This is als
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