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Now, Solanki unhappy with fisheries ministry, wants more

DNAHM117847 | 1/3/2018 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :260 | City-Ahmedabad

Demands Cabinet rank, claims he hasnt been given enough ministries

A second member of Vijay Rupani's cabinet on Tuesday raised the banner of revolt, complicating matters for the second-term chief minister. This time, it was minister of state for fisheries Parsottam Solanki who demanded more portfolios, besides Cabinet rank.
Solanki, MLA from Bhavnagar rural and a Koli (fisherman) community leader, reached the CM's office with 15-20 supporters to place his demands. Failing to secure an audience with the CM, Solanki later expressed his dismay over portfolio allotment.
"It is not me only who is demanding that I should get important portfolios in cabinet but representatives and leaders of Koli community are insisting for that. They came to me and said that we all should express this f
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