Hardik Patel accused BJP for featuring fake sex tape

Gujarat Elections 2017 PAAS to give ‘outside support’ to Congress

Hardik Patel-Patidar

"Hardik Patel is fighting against the injustices meted out to his community with a steadfastness and authenticity which could not be bought over even by the crores of rupees of (BJP chief) Amit Shah and could not be broken even after he was jailed for months", he had said, reacting to a purported sex clip of the Patidar leader which surfaced on the social media.

Patidar leader Hardik Patel is making headlines once again and this time for all the "wrong" reasons as his alleged sex video has gone viral. In the video, which appeared to have been shot in a hotel on May 16, 2017, a person with close resemblance to Patel was seen in a compromising position with an unidentified woman.

Though no media where the video is being circulated claims authenticity of the clip, it became viral soon. Hardik Patel, the Patidar leader who has vowed to not allow the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to return for yet another term, on Monday said the ruling party was out defame him.

Hardik Patel a week ago warned that the BJP would employ a "sex CD" to discredit him.

Lalji Patel leader of Sardar Patel group said that Hardik had fallen in the trap because of his immaturity.

Who Is The Woman In The Sex CD?

Hardik Patel had tonsured his head in May this year with his supporters to protest against alleged police atrocities on members of his community during the quota agitation. "This violation of the right to privacy".

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Hate crimes against gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender individuals also went up from previous years. Crimes against Muslims accounted for about 25 percent of religious-based hate crimes.

Hardik Patel's PAAS is expected to ally with Congress against the BJP in the upcoming Gujarat polls.

He, however, said that a final call will be taken by Tuesday evening after a meeting of the community's supreme bodies - the Umiya Dham and the Khodal Dham.

Patel also hinted that the Congress' proposal does not violate the laws. "It is a misconception that reservation can not go beyond 50 per cent", Hardik said.

"In one instance, the SC said that quota can't go beyond 50 per cent. But I am not anxious at all about such tactics", he told reporters yesterday.

Gujarat votes on December 9 and 14; results will be declared on Dec 18.

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