AHMEDABAD: Former Congress leader from Gujarat and a major presence in the OBC community is seeking votes in a very unique way in the assembly elections. His style remains the subject of discussion. This time Alpesh, who is contesting on a BJP ticket, says that he was the king in Congress. He Could have given tickets to anyone in the country. He will become a minister after winning the election. Now he will not have to request any work as an MLA but will give direct orders. On the other hand, Congress has declared him unsuitable for service politics.
During the campaign in Radhanpur, Alpesh said that many leaders were given tickets in Gujarat at the behest of him while in Congress. But now the palace of the Congress has turned into ruins. He described the statement of Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot in the case of prohibition, an attack on the identity of Gujarat. Gehlot said that alcohol is consumed in every household in Gujarat. Alpesh claimed that after his liquor ban movement, strict action was taken in the state.
Congress leader Arjun Modhwadia called Alpesh's statement unfortunate and said that he was not fit for service politics. He said that Alpesh lived here when he was the king in Congress. According to Modhwadia, how the BJP tolerates the leader of such a mentality will be a matter to be seen. Let us know that votes will be cast on October 21 in the by-elections for the six assembly seats of Gujarat. Alpesh Thakor had earlier won legislative assembly from Congress. He later resigned and joined BJP.