Rahul Gandhi said the GST has brought lakhs of small traders to their knees, a charge that the opposition has been levelling against Prime Minister Narendra Modi as part of a composite takedown of his handling of the economy.
Gujarat will be facing the assembly elections before 18 Dec and ahead of the polls, the nervousness of the ruling BJP is growing with every passing day as it is fearing to lose the polls after ruling for 22 years.
Commenting on today's rally by Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi here today, Nitin Patel claimed that there was no mention about Patidars or any other non-reserved classes in any of the speeches delivered by Gandhi or any of the local Congress leaders, which according to him, hints at the repetition of KHAM theory.
While BJP is trying hard to keep the throne, Congress on another hand, taking advantage of the situation is playing tactfully to lure as many voters as possible.
Meanwhile, Congress is strengthening its relations with other leaders, the nervous BJP denied the allegations of offering a bribe to the Patidar leader.
"Rahul Gandhi will be coming to Ahmedabad tomorrow (Monday)". Another Paitdar leader Nikhil Savani on Monday morning announced to quit the saffron party and alleged the same as Narendra. Hardik Patel to this has said that he will not be able to meet Rahul Gandhi but something can be done within the next few days.
He said that he is fighting for the rights of the patidar community. The close aide of Hardik Patel then congratulated Narendra Patel. He also added that he is not with any party, he will only support the party who will grant the demands of the Patidars.
Hardik Patel leads the Patidar Anamat Andolan Samiti (PAAS) which is said to be fighting for Reservation for patidar community in the state.