Monday, January 25, 2010

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Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi readies young team for civic polls.

In a bid to get a sweeping verdict in the upcoming state civic polls, chief minister Narendra Modi has fielded youngsters in most of the districts. The party declared its organizational commanders of 33 districts on Friday and Saturday.

For the first time BJP has put faith in the young brigade. Most of the district and city heads have been nominated by the state leadership. "We now have a team with an average age of 45 years," said Bharatsinh Parmar, Bhartiya Janta Party general secretary who is looking after the entire election process. "It goes without saying that they have to form a strong team to strengthen the party organization," he added.

The newly appointed presidents of the districts and city units have been ordered to form teams with strong organizational network, and they have also been asked not to look back until the civic polls, which are scheduled to be held at the end of this year. Out of 33 districts, the party has selected eight MLAs to hold responsibilities for key districts.

The responsibility of all major cities has been given to candidates who are at the most 45 years old. Ahmedabad city is in the hands of young MLA Rakesh Shah, who was elected for the first time, from the Ellisbridge constituency. Vadodara and Surat have been handed over to Bharat Dangar and Purnesh Modi respectively.

Rajkot city has been allotted to Dhansukh Bhanderi, former mayor. There is a big responsibility on the shoulders of Jitu Hirpara, who has been nominated for Junagadh city. He has to strengthen the BJP which lost the Junagadh municipal corporation poll last year.

There are eight MLAs nominated as the chiefs of district organizations. Pragji Patel, MLA from Mandal, has been elected as the president of Ahmedabad district, Mohan Kundaria (Tankaria), is the head of Rajkot district. Rushikesh Patel (Visnagar), has to look after Mehsana and Jayanti Bhanushali (Abdasa), is head of Kutch district.

The responsibility of Kheda district is on Bimal Shah, MLA from Kapadvanj, while Mulu Bera, an MLA from Jamnagar, will look after Jamnagar district's party organization. Praful Patel, MLA from Himmatnagar, has been assigned the responsibility of Sabarkantha.

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