Hardik Patel

Patel has been sent to judicial custody till January 24 after being arrested for failing to appear before a trial court in Ahmedabad in alleged connection with a sedition case. After getting free he had, through another tweet, hinted that he will continue his struggle.

Congress leader Hardik Patel will not be able to contest the ensuing Lok Sabha elections after Gujarat High court rejected his plea seeking suspension of his conviction in a rioting case of 2015 in Mehsana.

As per the Representation of the People Act, 1951, Hardik Patel won't be able to contest the upcoming Lok Sabha Election due to his conviction.

Hardik Patel announced on Tuesday that he will be ‘officially’ joining Congress party after the Congress Working Committee meeting.

In a tweet on Sunday evening, Patel said, 'To give shape to my intentions to serve society & country, I have decided to join Indian National Congress on 12th March in presence of Shri Rahul Gandhi.

 Patidar quota agitation leader Hardik Patel married his childhood friend, Kinjal Parikh, in a simple wedding ceremony on Sunday in Digsar village of Surendranagar district in Gujarat.

Patidar reservation leader Hardik Patel on Sunday tied the knot with his childhood friend Kinjal Parikh (Patel) at a simple wedding ceremony in Surendranagar, at a temple of Goddess Bechraji and Goddess Meldi in the presence of close relatives and friends.

The 25-year-old said that the ceremony would be a very simple affair with just around 100 guests, who are close to both the families.

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