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Dirty Picture: Two more videos of Hardik surface, PAAS stays mute

DNAHM116807 | 11/15/2017 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :351 | City-Ahmedabad



A month before the elections, the Dirty Picture seems to be continuing in Gujarat. A day after a sex video purportedly featuring Hardik Patel went viral on social media, two more videos of the Patidar reservation agitation leader surfaced on social media on Tuesday.
DNA cannot vouch for the authenticity of the videos and the claims that the person featured in them is Hardik.
One of the two videos shows a male bearing close resemblance to Hardik, along with two other unidentified males, and a female, lying on a bed in a hotel room. The video, shot using a hidden camera, shows the female cuddling up to the person who looks like Hardik. It also shows them talking about Vodka, PAAS members, besides other things.
The video is
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