| Mar 16, 2017, 04.00 AM IST

Vadodara: Emboldened by BJP’s stunning victory in Uttar Pradesh assembly elections, chief minister Vijay Rupani said that the results are the beginning of politics of transparency and real development.

Rupani was in Kavant taluka of Chhota Udepur to inaugurate the tribal ‘ger’ festival on Wednesday.

Rupani added that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has become a symbol of development and the people of Uttar Pradesh did not vote for politics of caste and religion in the recent assembly elections. He emphasized on government’s decision of establishing medical colleges in tribal belt of the state. “Under the health policy of the state government, a medical college will be established in all tribal villages of the state making it easy for the children of tribal families to build their careers in medical field,” said Rupani.

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