Hardik Patel: Hardik Patel may join BJP next week, also indicated to contest elections

Publish Date: 27 May, 2022 |
 

Patidar leader Hardik Patel, who has left the Congress, has found his new abode. According to sources, former working president of Gujarat Congress Hardik Patel may join BJP on May 30 or 31. Hardik indicated this on Friday and also indicated to contest the upcoming elections. Hardik Patel has indicated in a TV channel program that he is joining BJP and the party will decide from where he will contest the assembly elections.

Will join the Ekta Yatra

He was given two options to join the BJP. He was either in the presence of the national president in New Delhi or in the presence of Gujarat BJP in-charge Bhupendra Yadav or B.L. Could have joined the party in Gandhinagar in the presence of Santosh. He has chosen the second option. Sources said Hardik and the BJP are planning to address a large gathering on the day.

Patel said that he is going to lead the Ekta Yatra from the Somnath temple to the Statue of Unity. Party sources said that this will be a grand program for Hardik Patel to join the BJP. He was given two options to join the BJP. He was either in the presence of the national president in New Delhi or in the presence of Gujarat BJP in-charge Bhupendra Yadav or B.L. Could have joined the party in Gandhinagar in the presence of Santosh. He has chosen the second option. Sources said Hardik and the BJP are planning to address a large gathering on the day.

Hardik Patel attacks Congress

Hardik resigned from the Congress on May 18 as the party's working president as well as the primary member of the party. Since then speculations were rife that he would join the BJP. In a press conference a day later, he told the media that he would announce his decision on Friday. From the day Hardik resigned from Congress, he has been attacking the party. 

He has said that the party is anti-Patidar and anti-Gujarat. He said that the actions of the national leaders of the party are also anti-Gujarat. Hardik Patel in particular has been targeting Gujarat Congress in-charge Raghu Sharma and former GPCC president Bharatsinh Solanki. He said that these leaders are not respecting the sentiments of the people.

 

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