Hardik Patel to Rahul Gandhi: No Gujarat Vision While He Is Busy With Yatra

Hardik Patek says he has been a member of the ruling BJP since leaving the party in 2014 . He said he is optimistic about the peoples growing confidence in Prime Minister Narendra Modi .

Viramgam (Gujarat)Ahmedabad (Gujarat): Hardik Patek, the young Patidar community leader who is now part of the BJP, said today that his former party Congress has no vision for Gujarat.Rahul Gandhi said he is busy with his Bharat Jodo Yatra in the South and elsewhere, insisting that the Congress top leaders marquee march isnt passing through Gujarat, where he has been a member of the ruling BJP since leaving the party in 2014 and saying that the party does not need a Gujarati.I do indeed have cases.If you think joining a party would free me, then thats not true.On community arithmetic, he stated that the PatelPatidar faction has always been the BJP's vote bank.

He said he is optimistic about the people's growing confidence in Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the BJP, saying he is dependent on him and others, such as Alpesh Thakor, who left the party recently.He left the party in mid-2022, declaring that he had wasted three years of his political career.(File)Meanwhile, the Congress, which has had some rallies by Rahul Gandhi as part of its low-key campaign, says that the relatively muted push will remove a strong undercurrent of anti-incumbency against the BJP-led government of 27 years in a row.Milind Deora, the party's observer for state elections, called it a very localized, personalised, and orthodox campaign, which Prime Minister Narendra Mod According to news agency PTI, it is a completely different approach to the previous time.Mr Deora said that in the 2017 polls, there was a strong undercurrent of anti-incumbency against the state government, and that the Congress is going to the field, exposing the government and profiting from anti-incumbency, and that Prime Minister Narendra Modi alluded to.

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