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Five more 'Hardik sex videos' surface

DNAHM117271 | 12/7/2017 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :194 | City-Ahmedabad



In what appears to be a never-ending stream of leaks, five more videos -- of a person resembling Patidar leader Hardik Patel with unidentified young women -- surfaced on social media again, this time just three days ahead of the first phase of voting for the Gujarat state elections. DNA could not independently verify the veracity of the videos.
The videos also feature other young men, who appear to resemble other conveners of Patidaar Anamat Andolan Samiti (PAAS). These videos have come at a time when Hardik is drawing huge crowds in Saurashtra and Surat and could upset the BJP's apple-cart, which is aiming over 150 seats in the 182-seat Legislative Assembly. Hardik has allied with the Congress, after the latter proposed a formul
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