What will be his next political role after Hardik Patel quits the Congress party? There is a lot of discussion on this. Meanwhile, in an interview with a channel, former Gujarat Congress President Hardik Patel was seen talking openly on many issues and also commented on many issues before taking his next step.
Hardik Patel is denying Congress at a time when Gujarat elections are near. He has resigned at such a peak time. Speaking in an interview, Hardik Patel was seen revealing that when he joined the Congress party, his father always wanted to tell him that he had chosen the wrong party.
He said that he came to know about this when he was moving ahead in politics. He said that every person is moving ahead with four issues in his political life, which include the welfare of society, country, and state. He said that “I want to get everything which I could not get by staying in the Congress party while moving forward. I will follow the same path and work for the betterment of the people of Gujarat.
However, in the meantime, Hardik Patel refused to answer the question of which party he would join. Will he join BJP? When asked this question, Hardik Patel said that he will announce his decision in the next 10 days. This time he strongly criticized the Congress party and said that I do not think that the Congress party is ready to work on the four points mentioned by me.
Hardik Patel said that “He has been in politics for the last seven years. But Congress has not been in power for many years. He said that the people of Gujarat do not like the Congress party and are not ready to accept it. They give preference to BJP and the four points I am talking about are in line with the ruling party. Now my decision will be in front of everyone in the next 10 days.”
Jignesh Patel has criticized Hardik Patel for making an ideological compromise. Responding to his criticism, Hardik Patel said, “Many such discussions take place in a party with ideological differences. My ideology is only in the public interest. What is Congress really working for? If you say that my ideology has changed because I am working for the public, then yes, my ideology has changed. So whether it is in the interest of the society, the state, or the country, I have changed my ideology.