Even Rahul Gandhi did not say anything about the Patels.
"If Congress feels that they can win the Assembly polls in Gujarat by joining hands with Pakistan based terrorists, like Hafiz Saeed or any other such terrorists, they would send them invitation without any hesitation", said Patel.
As per the latest updates, following his meeting with Ashok Gehlot, it is also being assumed that the Patidar leader also met the Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi in a hotel in Ahmedabad. He told that both BJP and Congress are Theif parties, BJP is bigger thief while congress is his cousin brother. A few days back Gujarat Congress President Bharatsinh Solanki had invited all the community leaders, including Alpesh Thakor, Jignesh Mewani and Hardik Patel to fight the elections against BJP. "He then took me to a room and handed over a bag of Rs 10 lakh cash as token and promised to pay me Rs 90 lakh tomorrow after a party function which I was required to attend", he said.
Reacting to the revelations of Narendra Patel, the Patidar leader on Monday took a dig at the BJP in a chain of tweets.
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The BJP rubbished his charges and said it was a "drama" staged at the behest of the Congress.
Meanwhile, Congress leader Manish Tewari demanded that a case should be registered against the state BJP and judicial probe should be ordered. Another Paitdar leader Nikhil Savani on Monday morning announced to quit the saffron party and alleged the same as Narendra. "We have asked for an inquiry into the matter", Pandya said.
Tewari during a press conference said that the allegations of bribing Patidar leaders are not being made by any political party. "I might have differences with Hardik Patel but our ultimate goal is same", said Sawani. He also added that he is not with any party, he will only support the party who will grant the demands of the Patidars.
He said there was a shift in public mood in the country but the BJP was still resorting to old tactics of tying to intimidate opposition leaders with money or threats in its desperation to win Gujarat.