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Central government to give CISF security cover to Hardik Patel

Hardik Patel gets Y category VIP security cover from the central government after the Intelligence Bureau assessment of threat perception. 8 CISF (Central Industrial Security Force) including one commando will protect Hardik whenever he travels within Gujarat. As many as 60 people in India are provided the VIP security cover, including National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat.

Recently, Hardik extended his support to Congress after they decided on a ‘reservation formula’ which may not even get through the judicial review. Meanwhile, the Patidar Anamat Andolan Samiti (PAAS) workers allegedly pelted stones on the BJP candidate’s office in Varachha, Surat. About 25 PAAS workers were taken into custody by Surat Police last night, following which the agitated PAAS workers gheraoed the police station and security had to be beefed up.

Meanwhile, BJP Gujarat has geared up to hold public rallies covering all 89 seats, which go for polling on 9th December, from 26th November. Prime Minister Modi is also expected to hold as many as 8 public rallies on 27th and 29th November.

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On the other hand, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi, is on yet another Gujarat visit even as Gujarat Congress struggles to make itself relevant with the voters as a ‘fake resignation letter’ of Gujarat Congress President is allegedly making rounds on social media.

Bharatsinh Solanki has pledged his allegiance by claiming he is loyal to Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi.

As the politically charged year comes to an end, we hope Gujarat chooses to vote for the one who chooses to stay loyal to the nation instead.

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