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Not Becoming a member of BJP On Monday, Hardik Patel Stamps Out Buzz

lately praised the for its determination making management. (File)


Former Congress chief Hardik Patel denied hypothesis that he’ll be a part of the BJP on Monday, and took to to assault the Aam Aadmi Get together (AAP) over the killing of fashionable Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala. “I’m not becoming a member of BJP tomorrow…will let you understand if one thing like this occurs,” Hardik Patel advised PTI on Sunday.

Mr Patel, who rose to prominence main the Patidar quota stir, left the Congress lately.

Attacking the Bhagwant Mann authorities within the northern state, Patel tweeted, “Punjab has realised with a really unhappy incident at present as to how lethal it’s for any authorities to enter chaotic palms. Brutal homicide of a world kabaddi participant a number of days in the past, and a well-known younger artist Sidhu Moosawale at present is elevating necessary questions.”

“The Chief Minister of Punjab and the individuals operating the Aam Aadmi Get together’s Punjab authorities from Delhi must suppose whether or not they wish to turn out to be one other get together just like the Congress to present ache to Punjab or actually do one thing for the individuals. My tribute to Sidhu Moosewala,” he stated in one other tweet.

Sidhu Moose Wala was shot lifeless in Punjab’s Mansa district, with police there claiming it might be the fallout of an inter-gang rivalry.

The Patidar quota agitation chief had lately resigned because the working president and from the get together’s major membership.

Earlier than quitting, Mr Patel (28), who had joined the Congress in 2019, wrote a scathing letter to get together chief Sonia Gandhi, claiming the get together “solely performed the function of a roadblock” over sure key points within the nation and was “merely lowered to opposing every part”.

He had additionally lately praised the BJP for its “determination making” management.

(Aside from the headline, this story has not been edited by IHNS employees and is printed from a syndicated feed.)



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