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“Some Things Good About BJP…”: From Hardik Patel, Worrying Message For Congress

Hardik Patel has now accused his occasion management within the Congress of sidelining him

New Delhi:

Congress chief Hardik Patel, who has been complaining about being ignored by his occasion of three years, is transmitting worrying indicators to his bosses by praising the BJP simply months earlier than the Gujarat election.

The outstanding Patidar chief has as soon as once more hit out at his occasion and the state Congress management. But whereas he has denied reviews that he’s talks with the BJP, he does concede that “some things that are good about the BJP and we must acknowledge that.”

The feedback betray the fiery chief’s ambivalence in direction of the BJP, which the Congress might discover ominous in an election 12 months.

“The recent decisions that BJP has taken politically, we have to accept that they have the strength to take such steps. I believe that without even taking their side or praising them, we can at least acknowledge the truth. If the Congress wants to become strong in Gujarat, then we have to improve our decision-making skills and decision-making power,” Hardik Patel advised NDTV.

But he insisted he was not on the verge of quitting the Congress after a bitter outburst wherein he stated he felt like a “groom compelled into nasbandi (vasectomy)”.

Hardik Patel, who led an agitation of the highly effective “Patidar” group for quota in Gujarat in 2015, joined the Congress simply earlier than the 2019 nationwide election. His recognition was seen to have waned since his political debut. Although the occasion made features within the 2017 Gujarat election, the Patidar group didn’t help the occasion within the 2019 election or native physique polls.

Hardik Patel has now accused his occasion management of sidelining him, even attempting to drive him out. Reports say he’s upset concerning the Congress’s plan to rope in outstanding Patidar chief Naresh Patel.

“Why should I sever ties? There is no such discussion. We speak the truth. In our families also when we speak to our parents, we tell the truth. I am only speaking the truth so that the people accept the party,” he stated, when requested whether or not he needed to stop the Congress.

“I am not tilting to any side. When there is a lack of will power then there are many options before you. I don’t have shortage of will power and I will work for the benefit of the state. And if I have to take any decision in this regard, I will take it.”

But he insisted he was not in talks with the BJP. “No, there are no talks. I am not thinking of the BJP and I am not talking to the BJP. The discussion is about the people of Gujarat and in the interest of the people and I have to do something good for them,” he emphasised.

Dismissing discuss of his becoming a member of the rival occasion as “rumours”, he stated: “These kinds of rumours are always attributed to sources. If there is a political situation that leads to this, then I will inform you guys first.”

Hardik Patel stated he had conveyed his issues to the “high command” and he had been advised that choices could be taken quickly.

“I have no personal anger against anyone but I am angry with the state leadership. The state leadership has a responsibility in the interest of the state and in that I see conflict and a storm. Some things can be resolved quickly but it is not done. When someone speaks the truth in the party he is viewed differently as if he is about to go,” Mr Patel stated.

Some of the Congress leaders in Gujarat have complained about Mr Patel’s open party-bashing.

“The state leadership is not letting me work. They are stopping me from working. It is normal that I will talk about it,” he stated.

Asked whether or not he nonetheless thought of himself a “Hinduwadi” chief as he had as soon as stated, Mr Patel replied: “I come from the clan of Raghuvanshi. We revere Lav-Kush. We are devotees of Lord Ram. We are devotees of Lord Shiva. We revere our ancestral gods. We are Hindus. According to Hindu traditions, to protect Hinduism, we are putting in efforts. On the death anniversary of my father, I will distribute 4,000 copies of the Bhagavat Gita. Our connection to Hinduism is not new, this is what we are doing for years, and I am proud of it.”

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