Jetpur-Jamkandorana, located in Rajkot district of Gujarat, witnessed complete transformation after it was adopted by Jayesh Radadiya in the year 2012.
During the year 2012, Jayesh joined Bharatiya Janata Party along with his father-cum-political leader Vitthalbhai Radadiya, under the leadership of Honorable Prime Minister Shri Narendrabhai Modi. Thereafter, during the elections of 13th Gujarat Legislative Assembly, he had contested the elections from 74-Jetpur assembly seat from Bharatiya Janata Party and was again elected as Member of Gujarat Assembly.
After getting elected as Member of Gujarat Vidhansabha in the year 2012, he is appointed as Minister of State in the government led by then Chief Minister Narendrabhai Modi.
Jetpur is an exceptional place situated in district of Rajkot. It is also called as textile city in this region. This city is called as mini Dubai due to cotton printing jobs rendered there.
Jetpur, also called as Capital of Kathiawar , is placed 30 kilometres from the ancient town Junagadh and 72 kilometers from district headquarters of Rajkot.
Out of total population, 40,719 were engaged in work or business activity. Of this 36,930 were males while 3,789 were females. In census survey, worker is defined as person who does business, job, service, and cultivator and labour activity. Of total 40719 working population, 95.12 % were engaged in Main Work while 4.88 % of total workers were engaged in Marginal Work.
Jetpur is an incredible tourist destination which is packed with historical and contemporary attractions. It is a textile town of Rajkot and draws lots of tourists for its exceptional feature.
Jetpur is well known for dyeing, block printing and textile designing. This is one of the major sources of economy which is boosting in this region. The fragrance of colour and textile dye is easily recognized when you are around Jetpur. There are many shops found in market place which are selling locally designed textile material. Industrial zone is setup around Jetpur to provide proper infrastructure to this sector.