Ahmed Patels, the leader of Congress, is willing to enter politics, but...

Mumtaz Patel said she has no intention of participating in the forthcoming Gujarat assembly election . She said she is prepared for it if the public agrees to allow her to represent them .

Mumtaz Patel, the daughter of Congress leader Ahmed Patels, said today that she is open to politics and even contesting elections, but that she is not in a rush to take the plunge.Mumtaz Patel said she has no intention of participating in the forthcoming Gujarat assembly election, but that she had updated her statement within seconds.To do so, I'm searching for the right space and time to gain an official entry or job.I am prepared for it if the public agrees to allow me to represent them, and if they are willing to allow me to do so, then, Ms Patel said, I wont say no.

I am here to do some good work that my father did.People have a lot of expectations from my family in Bharuch, she said, referring to Ahmed Patels home turf.Ahmed Patel, Congress president Sonia Gandhi's most trusted aide, died of Covid at the age of 71, two years ago.Whatever love I am receiving, whatever admiration I am receiving, or whatever hopes people have from me are solely because I am his daughter.I'd like to live up to that.

Ms Patel admitted that he has tweeted a few things he shouldn't have done in the past, but that she did weigh in on criticism directed at the opposition party and its officials.I am sorry to say this because I am a concerned citizen.At some point, we are lost.I think big improvements must be made.I consider myself a youth, am educated, have feelings, and I want more people like me, Ms Patel said.

At this level, we need to go beyond caste, race, creed, and politics.It's still a mystery, and she didnt hold back on her concerns about Gandhi's leadership either.The Gandhis, after all, are the glue that holds the Congress together.Ms Patel said that there must be a free run for a lot of people who have the right viewpoints, the right motives, and who will make the party stronger.