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Hardik attends Cong Seva Dal meet in Pratapgarh

DNJAI84444 | 1/13/2018 | Author : Sangeeta Pranvendra | WC :367 | City-Jaipur

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Jaipur: The Congress Seva Dal in Pratapgarh is buzzing with excitement. Hardik Patel, the Patidar leader from Gujarat, has tentatively agreed to attend their large scale Kisan Sabha and booth sammelan scheduled to be held next month. But Hardik has larger plans regarding Rajasthan. He plans to extensively tour over a dozen districts in the coming months. This is sure to give the ruling BJP a cause of concern it would once again create a Hardik-Congress combine; the same that caused ample concern for the BJP in Gujarat too.
Speaking to DNA , Hardik confirmed that he is in the process of planning tours to Rajasthan. “I will extensively tour the state. My team is in the process of planning it. The first meeting would be in Ajmer.
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