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BJP workers allegedly assaulted Darshan Kansagra, one of the four AAP candidates in Ward No. 8 of the RMC, and three other AAP workers at a polling booth in Laxminagar area.
Rupani arrived in Rajkot around 5 pm and cast his vote at Anil Gyan Mandir on Raiya Road in Ward No.10 of the Rajkot Municipal Corporation (RMC). Rupani's wife Anjali Rupani was already present at the polling station.
According to police, on Saturday night when RSS worker Jignesh Chauhan arrived in Chachar village along with two others to attend a funeral, he was attacked a dozen men from another community.
According to police, Harsha had left an 18-page-long purported suicide note inside a book, blaming Hitendra for marrying her "only for sexual favours" and alleged that her in-laws had tortured her for dowry.
The elections to the civic corporations were due in December last year, but were postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The officials have not revealed how many flights may be cancelled or rescheduled due to the nine-day resurfacing work.
The discharge comes months after the special court discharged two other police officials - RL Mavani and Ajayapalsingh Siyaram Yadav.
Hitting out at the Congress party, Rupala alleged that Congress is not worried about people's good. "It is only interested in how land of farmers can be given for free to the son-in-law of a particular family," he added.
Highlighting that an overburdened judiciary only risked making it non-performing, Justice Pardiwala said, "Judiciary, as on date, can be said to be exhausted. It is exhausted because of enormous pressure of work but at the same time the judiciary cannot afford to be exhausted.
"BJP MLA of Majura seat in Surat had released a fabricated video of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on his official Twitter handle on February 19 at 14.46 pm, titled 'Kejriwalji Gujarat se itni nafrat kyu'," AAP Leader Navadiya stated in the application.
Homes of people from Hindu and Muslim communities sharing a common wall, neighbours calling out to one another to share a cup of tea and joining in one voice to complain about the lack of amenities as the civic polls approach - all signs indicative of the 'communal sensitivity' of understanding.
An FIR was registered against a police inspector and three constables of the local crime branch at Modasa in Gujarat.