New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party’s candidate from Viramgam in Gujarat, Hardik Patel has targeted the Aam Aadmi Party and the Congress. Hardik Patel said that be it AAP or Congress, they have been against the culture and pride of Gujarat. The 7 crore people of Gujarat will never like him.
Hardik Patel strikes back at AAP, Congress
Hardik Patel said that they (AAP and Congress) say that we will give free electricity, but let me tell them that every house has solar panels due to which every Gujarati gives free electricity to the Gujarat government. Hardik Patel said that the people of Gujarat do not want to listen to the Congress.
Hardik Patel said, “I was once in Congress, I know this. The people of Gujarat will never accept the Congress which insults Gujaratis all the time and questions the pride of the state. He said that the way we have worked for the people here in the last 5 months through social work, they feel that I am young and will work for them. I will work to convert the drought of 10 years of development into greenery and implement the policies of PM Modi.”
People of Gujarat don’t want to listen to Congress. I was once in Congress, I know it. The Congress that insulted Gujaratis all the time & questioned the state’s pride will never be accepted by the people of Gujarat: BJP candidate from Viramgam,Hardik Patel#GujaratElections2022pic.twitter.com/VuKGQ5AAB2
The BJP leader said that I have always achieved success by taking the difficult path. The Congress may have held this seat for 10 years, but it is my ‘janmabhoomi’, ‘karmabhoomi’ and ‘mathrubhoomi’. People would like to accept me. Hardik said that we will ensure our victory. The (BJP) government is going to be formed with a majority of more than 150 seats. We are here to contribute in this.
Voting will be held in two phases in Gujarat
There will be voting in two phases for the assembly elections in Gujarat. Another polling will be held here on December 5 while the counting of votes will take place on December 8. The term of the 182-member Gujarat Assembly ends on February 18 next year.