http://m.timesofindia.com/india/Guj...mily/articleshow/14618412.cms?intenttarget=no AHMEDABAD: It is not just Narendra Modi and Keshubhai who are fighting in the Gujarat BJP. Down the line, there is virtually a free for all in the ruling party, particularly the core group which should have been united in an election year. Not just this, almost every Sangh Parivar outfit, be it the VHP or Bharatiya Kisan Sangh, have taken a dislike for the BJP and the chief minister. Former state president Purshottam Rupala, who is now a national vice-president, detests revenue minister Anandiben Patel. It was Rupala who had taken Modi's message to party president Nitin Gadkari that the entire contingent from the state would boycott the recent national executive in Mumbai if Sanjay Joshi was not removed. Anandiben, who hails from north Gujarat, has been telling party leaders from Saurashtra that they should desist from indulging in "Rupala-style politics". Two other cabinet ministers, Nitin Patel (urban development) and Dilip Sanghani (law and agriculture) - clash often in cabinet meetings and elsewhere in another indication of turf war between Kadva and Leuva Patels. Gujarat BJP president R C Faldu does not get along with organisational general secretary Bhikhubhai Dalsania, an RSS nominee. As a result, Faldu has not been visiting the party headquarters for last one year. Modi is on Faldu's side and has stopped directly communicating with Dalsania for many months now. Rajkot strongman Vijay Rupani, a former Rajya Sabha MP and once a Modi confidant, has been sidelined, just like another senior BJP leader Jayanti Barot who was Modi's main trouble-shooter.