Gujarat polls: A poster urges Muslims to support Ahmed Patel

Cornelia Mascio
Dicembre 7, 2017

"I was never the chief ministerial candidate and neither will I ever be", Patel added.

The posters that came up in old city area and Surat-East constituency of the diamond and trading hub which goes to polls on Saturday carried photos of Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi and Ahmed Patel.

Ahmed Patel can become the "Wazir-e-Alam" of Gujarat.

He also took to Twitter and said, "Putting up fake posters and orchestrating a rumour campaign shows the utter desperation of the BJP". He had also told the media that the videos were doctored and they were part of BJP's "dirty politics". "I have never ever been a candidate for CM and will never, ever be", he tweeted.

BJP spokesperson, and former PAAS convenor, Varun Patel said: "BJP is the favourite punching bag of Hardik Patel and every time something about him crops up on social media, he blames BJP for it".

"The moot issue is that the BJP is trying very, very hard to divert the narrative from its performance of last 22 years to a divisive agenda". Hence their reliance on lies and propaganda.

Patidar Anamat Aandolan Samiti (PAAS) on Wednesday alleged that BJP, which is scared by popularity of Hardik Patel, was responsible for releasing a set of fi ve morphed "sex videos" showing its leader in a compromising position with women.

Congress leader RPN Singh on Thursday said Patel will not hold any post in Gujarat if the party comes to power.

"Congress party do not go below that level", Singh said. He said that it's a fake poster and he doesn't have any aspiration of becoming the Chief Minister of Gujarat.

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