New Delhi: The name of Mahatma Gandhi, Subhash Chandra Bose and Mahatma Gandhi, leader of the Patidar movement in Gujarat, Hardik Patel has taken the hands of the country’s oldest party Congress. It is being said that Hardik Patel can contest from Jamnagar. Hardik did not contest the assembly elections in the year 2017 because then he was not of age to contest elections.
Congress wins 77 seats in assembly elections
There are 26 Lok Sabha seats in Gujarat, which was clean sweep in BJP in 2014. However, in the 2017 assembly elections, Congress contested the BJP. Because the Patidar leader Hardik Patel gave full support to the Congress. The BJP got a majority but it got 99 seats compared to the previous 115 seats. And the seats of Congress increased from 61 to 77 However, since the assembly elections, five legislators of the Congress have joined the BJP till now. Three of these have been included in the last four days.
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Congress MLA from Jamnagar village, Vallabh Dharviya came to BJP Vallabh Dharviya comes from the Samvwara society, of which 1.5 lakhs of voters are in the Jamnagar Lok Sabha seat.
Purushottam Sabaria from Dhrangadhra and Jawahar Chawda from Mankhurd also came to BJP from Congress last week. Sabariya comes from Koli society, which has 24% voters in Gujarat, while Jawahar Chavda Ahir comes from society.
Earlier, in February, Unjha MLA Asha Patel had joined BJP, she is a leader of Patidar society.
In July last year, Congress MLA from Jansen Kunwarji Bawlia also joined BJP, he too belongs to Koli society.
Patel’s influence on 9 to 11 Lok Sabha seats in Gujarat
Congress knows that in Gujarat, she has neither the support nor the leader. So, want to win some seats by making Hardik Patel’s popular ladder a crutch. Patel’s influence is on 9 to 11 Lok Sabha seats in Gujarat. In Gujarat, Patel is 15%, but in Patel’s two communities, there are both Kadva and Leuva. Hardik Patel comes from Kadwa Patel community and this community has an impact on 4 to 5 Lok Sabha seats. In the assembly elections, Hardik Patel used to say that he is not a King and a Kingmaker. But he soon understood that the King Maker could not be made without winning the election.