Hardik Patel, the BJP candidate in Viramgam, expressed confidence on Friday in his ability to win the upcoming Assembly election by saying that Viramgam is his “janmbhoomi, karmbhoomi, and matrabhoomi.”
Hardik Patel said, “I’ve always achieved success by taking the difficult route. Even though Congress has held this seat for ten years, it is still my “janmbhoomi,” “karmbhoomi,” and “matrabhoomi.” The people would want to accept me.”
“They believe I am young and will work for them because of the way we have worked for people here in the last five months through social work.” “I will work to turn development’s 10-year drought into greenery and to put PM Narendra Modi’s policies into action,” Patel added.
People in Gujarat, according to the BJP leader, do not want to listen to Congress.
Hardik Patel said “People of Gujarat don’t want to listen to Congress. I was once in Congress, I know it. The Congress insulted Gujaratis all the time and questioned the state’s pride. They will never be accepted by the people of Gujarat.”
When asked what his top priority as a Patidar leader is, Patel replied, “Alpesh Thakur and I will ensure the victory of our respective assembly constituencies.” The (BJP) government will be formed with a majority of more than 150 seats. We are here to contribute to this. Besides this, I represent the Patidar community, I have to take the whole community along, and I will work to live up to the responsibility given to me by the Bharatiya Janata Party.”
“The Patidar movement was the biggest issue in 2017,” he said, referring to the Patidar reservation agitation. Whether it is the 10% reservation or the formation of various commissions, in 2022, not only the Patidar community of Gujarat, but the entire Gujarat society stood together with the Bharatiya Janata Party at that time, and trust has grown over the years.”
According to him, the Aam Aadmi Party only makes promises and does not fulfil them. “There is a vision for any work, and that vision is needed. Aam Aadmi Party only makes promises, but does not fulfill them.”