Posters Welcoming Hardik Patel in Gandhinagar: Patidar leader Hardik Patel has joined BJP in Gujarat. Before joining BJP, posters were put up outside the BJP office to welcome Hardik Patel. Posters welcoming Hardik Patel to the Bharatiya Janata Party were put up outside the party office in Gandhinagar before the former Congress leader joined the BJP. Posters were seen at many places along the roads in Gandhinagar. More recently, Hardik Patel had quit the party after he felt ignored by the Congress high command. After which Hardik Patel joined BJP today.
At the same time, before joining the BJP in Gujarat today, Hardik Patel had tweeted saying that he would work as a small soldier in the work of national service under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. On May 18, Hardik Patel resigned from the party due to indifference to the real issues of Gujarat and decided to join the BJP.
Posters to welcome Hardik Patel
Patidar leader Hardik Patel also offered prayers at his residence in Ahmedabad before joining the BJP today. Earlier today Prime Minister Narendra Modi Praising the PM, Patel said that he would work as a small soldier to serve the country under the leadership of the Prime Minister. With the feelings of national interest, state interest, public interest and social interest, I am going to start a new chapter from today. I will work as a small soldier in this noble act of service to the nation under the leadership of successful people.
What was Hardik’s displeasure with Congress?
Hardik Patel has a good hold in the Patidar community in Gujarat. Hardik Patel reached the political stage in the year 2015, when he led the Patidar reservation movement in Gujarat. The atmosphere was created while campaigning for the 2017 state assembly elections. Before the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, Hardik Patel had joined the Congress in the presence of Rahul Gandhi. Then, he was given the responsibility of working president of Gujarat Pradesh Congress Committee in 2020. However, he resigned this month accusing the Congress leadership of sidelining him while taking important decisions.
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