The Congress had given both Hardik Patel and Mr Mevani an open invitation to join the party. New Delhi: High political drama continued till late on Saturday night surrounding the Gujarat polls. Just as the Congress seemed to have moved a step closer to establish a mega front against the BJP by securing support of the influential leader of the Patidar commuity Hardik Patel, the saffronites struck back by snatching away Mr Patel’s key aides — Varun Patel and Reshma Patel.
New Delhi: The Congress’ attempt to set up a mega anti-BJP front in Gujarat began to take shape with the influential Patidar community leader Hardik Patel assuring his support to the proposed front saying — “We are anti-BJP, we will back Congress to defeat BJP”. The Congress got another major boost with the Gujarat OBC leader Alpesh Thakor announcing his decision to join the party. Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi will be in Gujarat on October 23 where Mr Thakor is expected to join the party.
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday launched a fierce attack on the Congress. Mr Modi, who is the big hope for the BJP, now fighting its “toughest” electoral battle in Gujarat, presided over the finale of the ‘Gujarat Gaurav Mahasammelan’ and addressed a mega rally at Gandhinagar. He declared that this was a fight between Vikasbad (progress) and Vanshbad (dynasty).
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