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Hardik Patel, working president of the Gujarat unit of Congress, resigned from the party on Wednesday. In a letter to Sonia Gandhi, he has fiercely targeted Rahul Gandhi without naming him.
Hardik Patel, working president of Gujarat unit of Congress (Hardik Patel) resigned from the party on Wednesday. He met Congress President Sonia Gandhi (Sonia GandhiBy sharing the resignation sent to ) on Twitter, it was informed that he has resigned from the primary membership of the party. In this letter, without naming Congress leader Rahul Gandhi (Rahul Gandhi) is heavily targeted. He told how the focus of the party is on non-essential things instead of basic issues. Hardik said that Gujarat Congress leaders pay more attention to whether the leader from Delhi got the chicken sandwich or not than the real issues.
In his long letter, Hardik wrote, ‘Sadly, workers like us travel 500-600 kms every day at our own expense, go among the people and the big leaders of Gujarat stay away from the questions of the public and only this Pay more attention to whether the leader who came from Delhi got his chicken sandwich on time or not. Whenever I go among the youth, everyone says that why are you in such a party, which insults Gujaratis in every way.
Congress party also broke the trust of youth – Hardik Patel
Hardik said that whether it is in the field of industry, in the field of religion or in the field of politics. I feel that the Congress party has also broken the trust of the youth, so today no youth wants to see themselves with the Congress. Hardik accused the Congress of having anti-Gujarat thinking and claimed that the Congress is only doing politics of protest and has failed to present itself as an alternative.
He tweeted, ‘Today I courageously resign from the post of the party and the primary membership of the party. I am sure that my decision will be welcomed by all my colleagues and the people of Gujarat. Hardik also said, ‘I believe that after this step of mine, I will be able to work really positively for Gujarat in future.’
‘Congress’s stand is only to oppose the central government’
Hardik wrote, ‘Be it the temple of Lord Shri Ram in Ayodhya, the issue of CAA-NRC, the removal of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir or the implementation of GST, the country wanted a solution to these for a long time and the Congress party was only in this. continued to act as a hindrance. Be it India, Gujarat or my Patel community, the stand of the Congress on every issue was limited to opposing the central government only.
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