Congress chief Rahul Gandhi, who’s in Gujarat, is more likely to meet disgruntled get together chief Hardik Patel throughout his go to to the state to prep for elections later this 12 months.
Hardik Patel, a frontrunner of the highly effective Patidar neighborhood and the working president of the Congress in Gujarat, has been sending his get together management worrying alerts. Recently, he dropped “Congress” and the get together image from his Twitter bio amid hypothesis that he’s in talks with the ruling BJP.
The 28-year-old, who joined the Congress in 2019, has been complaining of being “ignored” by the Congress and its high leaders in Gujarat. He even in contrast it to the sensation of a “groom forced into nasbandi (vasectomy)”.
After his outburst, Rahul Gandhi reached out to Hardik Patel and despatched a message asking him to proceed within the get together, information company ANI reported, quoting sources.
The Congress chief additionally requested the get together in-charge in Gujarat and different leaders to succeed in out to Hardik Patel to type out variations.
Hardik Patel’s disenchantment with the Gujarat Congress management contrasts sharply together with his reward for the rival BJP. He has, to date, emphatically denied any transfer to modify sides.
“I am not upset with Rahul Gandhi or Priyanka Gandhi. I am upset with the state leadership. Why am I upset? Elections are coming up and in such times work should be done together with honest and strong people. They should be given positions,” he instructed reporters.
Reports additionally recommend that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) of Arvind Kejriwal, which is attempting to make inroads in Gujarat and set up itself because the opposition different to the Congress, has reached out to the Patidar activist.
Rahul Gandhi is in Dahod for a sequence of pre-election occasions, together with an Adivasi Satyagraha rally throughout which he’ll deal with a tribal viewers. Tribals are recognized to favour the Congress in Gujarat however earlier this month, AAP chief and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal additionally reached out to the tribal inhabitants.