The Gujarat Congress working President on Thursday took to Twitter to say that he was not vying for a position in the party but was hungry for work and wanted the best for the party.
Amidst speculation about Hardik Patel leaving Congress, the Gujarat Congress working President on Thursday announced that he was not vying for a position in the party but was hungry for work.
Hardik Patel took to Twitter to clear the air after he lashed out at his own party and praised the BJP for doing good work.
He said, “Truth should be spoken because I want what is the best for the party. The people of the state lay their hopes with us and if we cannot live up to that expectation, then what is the meaning of this leadership?
Patel added, “Till date, I have done the work of giving the best to the party and will continue to do so. I am not vying for a position but I am hungry for work.”
Gujarat, he was not even considered or asked while taking important decisions. Moreover, he had said that the Patidars leaders and Khodaldham Trust president, Naresh Patel, were being insulted by the Congress party.
His statements came a day after getting relief from the Supreme Court in a 2015 riot case after which he can now contest elections.
Meanwhile, Gujarat Congress President Jagdish Thakor said party leaders are set to call on Hardik Patel over his statement on Patidars and Khodaldham Trust president Naresh Patel.