Once a prime critic of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, previous Congress pioneer Hardik Patel, who is set to join the decision BJP in Gujarat on Thursday, posted a tweet in the first part of the day saying he would function as a “fighter” of PM Modi and begin “another section”.
“Today, I will begin another part remembering the interest of the country, area, society and local area. I will fill in as a little trooper in the improvement work of the country being done under the initiative of Prime Minister Narendra Modi,” he said in the tweet.
Decisions to the 182-part House of the Gujarat Assembly are expected before the current year’s over.
Patel had before driven a forceful disturbance to request portion for the Patidar people group and designated the BJP government over and over. He was an extremely vocal pundit of the BJP previously. However, the BJP government had slapped a few bodies of evidence against him, including that of rebellion.
Patel, who had joined the Congress in 2019, left the party as of late. From that point onward, there was hypothesis that he could join the decision BJP. He had even applauded the BJP’s dynamic limit and way of working, while seriously censuring the Congress initiative.
Prior to stopping the Congress, Patel had composed a blistering letter to party boss Sonia Gandhi, guaranteeing that the Congress “just assumed the part of a barrier” over specific central questions in the nation and was “simply diminished to contradicting everything”.
Patel originally came into spotlight in 2015 when he led the development requesting booking for the Patidar people group in government occupations and instructive foundations. Despite the fact that he joined the resistance Congress in March 2019 in front of the Lok Sabha political decision, challenging the parliamentary political race was unrealistic for him because of his conviction in a revolting case.
He situated himself as a vocal pundit of the BJP and continued to focus on the party and its legislatures in the state and at the Center for being “hostile to poor, hostile to rancher and hostile to youth”.
Since he was sentenced in revolting and pyro-crime cases, it impacted his possibilities challenging a political decision. Be that as it may, the Supreme Court as of late remained his conviction.
Patel, who was charged under Indian Penal Code (IPC) segments 124(A) (subversion), 121(A) (scheme to take up arms against government) and 120(B) (criminal intrigue), has been temporarily free from jail starting around 2016.
The BJP government has as of late done whatever it may take to pull out a few bodies of evidence stopped against Patel and others connected with the 2015 reservation disturbance and the brutality that broke out in which 10 individuals, including a cop, were killed and public properties and vehicles harmed.