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Hardik booked for vandalism at BJP corporator's house

DNAHM110019 | 3/21/2017 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :255 | City-Ahmedabad

70 PAAS members also booked for for damaging Vastral corporators house

Ahmedabad: PAAS convener Hardik Patel has once again found himself on the wrong side of the law, after the Patel quota agitation leader and 70 others were booked for barging into the house of Paresh Patel, BJP corporator from Vastral, and threatening to kill him.
The incident took place in the wee hours on Monday.
Some 10 days ago, Paresh posted a photo on Facebook of Dr Ruthvij Patel, president of Gujarat Bharatiya Yuva Morcha, with an accompanying caption: "Ruthvij Patel is a Patidar, and he is our brother." Many Patidars responded to the post with abusive comments for connecting Ruthvij with the community.
Paresh then lodged a complaint with the Ramol police against those who posted abusive comments, and the p
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