On the eve of Gujarat polls, Hardik Patel launches all out attack against PM Modi, uses Feku jibe


Popular Patidar leader Hardik Patel on Friday launched an all out attack against Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the eve of the first phase of the Gujarat assembly polls.

Hardik Patel

Embarrassing the BJP for not releasing the manifesto for this assembly elections, Hardik asked Modi if his ‘ghoshnapatra‘ too had ‘disappeared’ just like Gujarat’s development.

He wrote, “In Gujarat, just like the developmet, the manifesto too has disappeared. Dear saheb( PM Modi), no one will complain even if you please spin a web of lies in your own inimitable style.”

Hardik also attacked the prime minister while commenting on the controversy arisen out of the ‘neech‘ remarks made by senior Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar on Thursday. Modi and his party had complained that the ‘neech‘ remark was meant for the prime minister’s lower caste. However, Aiyar had maintained that he used the term to illustrate the foul language used by Modi in several election rallies addressed by him.

Congress had moved swiftly and suspended Aiyar from the primary membership of the party while also serving him a show cause notice.

Hardik reminded the prime minister how he, as the Gujarat chief minister, would allegedly refer to Congress President Sonia Gandhi as a ‘bar girl.’

He wrote, “Congress leader used bad language and the party has suspended him. But the current prime minister, when he was the chief minister of Gujarat, would address the country’s daughter-in-law as a bar girl. Was that right?”

Hardik didn’t stop here. In another tweet, the fire-brand young Patidar leader mocked Modi’s statement claiming that the people of Gujarat will avenge the bad language used by Aiyar.

He said, “If someone says something to you, then the people of Gujarat will avenge that. Similarly, when you commit atrocities against ordinary public, the people of Gujarat will avenge that as well. Hail the power of common people.”

Gujarat goes to polls in two stages on 9 and 14 December. The counting will take place on 18 December.


  1. Politicians – are they humans?
    They have brought to the fore the basest nature of man. All the years of civilization has been lost in the last few years
    I feel sad as to what we are leaving for the next generation.


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