Sun. Jul 21st, 2019

Hardik Patel says BJP is set to lose Gujarat Assembly elections as Congress will win around 100 seats

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Ahmedabad: Patidar pioneer Hardik Patel on Thursday said the decision BJP was set to lose the Gujarat Assembly races, and that the Congress was probably going to get around 100 seats in the 182-part house.

“Official documents have just begun vanishing from the state Secretariat,” he said while conversing with writers in the wake of making his choice in Viramgam in Ahmedabad region.

Patel said the Bharatiya Janata Party was probably going to get around 70 seats.

“The BJP has officially acknowledged thrashing, that is the reason half of the legislature is out working in the races.”

The Patidar Anamat Andolan Samiti (PAAS) pioneer likewise encouraged all qualified individuals to practice their establishment.

“Individuals should vote to toss out the pompous from control in Gujarat,” he said.

Patel, who has been driving an unsettling by the socially and monetarily advantaged Patel people group for reservations, named his political exercises as a battle likewise against the abominations being dispensed on Dalits and the situation of the state’s ranchers.

More than 20 million voters will pick their delegates from among 851 competitors in 93 get together voting demographics spread crosswise over 14 regions in the second period of the state decisions, which is as of now in progress.

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