States don’t send pictures of potholes to him.as it’s common in every monsoon
A Vadodara BJP councilor, fed up with complaints of potholes due to rains in the city, sent a message to a voter on WhatsApp. The councilor said in the message, “Don’t send photos of rain-washed pits, as such pits are common in every monsoon whichever government is there. I don’t need the advice of those who vote after ate free Ganthiyas.” However the councillor saved himself by saying that he forward the message received in one of the chats.
Dharmesh Panchal, a BJP councilor from Ward No. 8 and a member of the standing committee, has posted a message which tarnish the BJP image.
The message gone viral on social media like wild fire and raised many eyebrows. The viral message reads: “Public notice … Don’t send me photos of pits washed away by rain, as such pits are common in every monsoon no matter who’s government is there. I witness it, like before 2014, diamonds and pearls were coming out of the road instead of pits.”
In another message it states, “I did not vote for Narendra Modi for the potholes on the road. My goal was Shri Ram Mandir, remove Article 370 in Kashmir, Equal Citizenship Act, Terrorist Free India, Peace, Security and Unified India and all these efforts are being made by the Narendra Modi Government. I am happy and satisfied with it. I don’t need the advice of those who vote after ate free Ganthiyas.”
Defending himself Councilor Dharmesh Panchal said, “I received someone’s message on my whatsapp and I just forwarded it. I don’t sent any such message. I should not forward such message and It’s my fault.”
It is worth mentioning that the pitfalls caused by the rains in the city are pointing about some corruption in the work as people are having lots of trouble during this time. Such message from BJP councillor is raising many eyebrows and every day people complained about bad roads, water and drainage in the city during monsoon.