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Congress leader Hardik Patel’s target, said- BJP has chosen Bhupendra Patel as its last CM in Gujarat

Congress leader Hardik Patel said that Bhupendra Patel will be the last BJP chief minister in Gujarat.

Ahmedabad: Congress leader Hardik Patel said Bhupendra Patel will be the last BJP chief minister in Gujarat as the people have decided to oust the saffron party from power for at least 25 years. Hardik Patel comes from the Patidar community, while Bhupendra Patel, who was made CM, also comes from the Patidar community.Also Read – UP Assembly Election 2022: Shiv Sena will contest on all seats in UP and Goa, said – will teach a lesson to BJP

It is noteworthy that a day after Vijay Rupani’s resignation, the BJP’s legislature party unanimously elected Bhupendra Patel (59) as its leader on Sunday. Bhupendra Patel will take oath as the Chief Minister on Monday. Also Read – Booth Vijay Abhiyan: BJP aims to add 100 members to each booth in UP, make 1.5 crore new members

Congress’ Gujarat unit working president Hardik Patel, in an open letter to the state’s designated chief minister, said what he would achieve in one year (assembly elections are to be held next year), which the BJP could not achieve in the last 25 years. “The BJP has given you this responsibility a few months before the elections to hide your failure, but what will you do in a year (let the Gujarat assembly elections be held in December next year) that your party has done for education, health, For women, youth and farmers and weaker section of Gujarat in the last 25 years? Also Read – In the last 6 months, 4 CMs of BJP ruled states have resigned, the reason for all is different

Hardik Patel said, “The BJP has appointed you as its last chief minister because the people of Gujarat have for at least 25 years convinced their mind to throw out the anti-poor, anti-youth BJP from power. Now the time has come to change the entire government, not just the Chief Minister.

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