‘I am tired of waiting’, why did the son of Ahmed Patel, a close aide of Sonia Gandhi, say this, will the Congress get a setback before the Gujarat elections?

Faisal Patel, son of late Ahmed Patel, a veteran Congress leader and close to Sonia Gandhi, on Tuesday issued a statement regarding his political future, after which he is today are in discussions. Faesal said that he is tired of waiting, but there is no enthusiasm from the Congress leadership and in such a situation he has kept his options open.

“Tired of waiting. No enthusiasm from top leadership. My options are open,” he tweeted. Originally from Gujarat, Faisal Patel ruled the state. Assembly elections Made this statement a few months ago.

Faesal had also met Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) convener and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in April last year.

Ahmed Patel, a long-time political advisor to Congress President Sonia Gandhi and the party’s troubleshooter, died on November 25, 2020, due to health complications following the Covid-19 infection.

Faisal did not get any assurance from the party

After Patel’s death, no assurance was given to his son by the party. Ahmed Patel has been a member of the party for a long time and was considered one of the most powerful leaders of the party after the Gandhi family.

However, Faisal Patel’s statement comes as a setback for the party, which has failed to fulfill the wishes of its young workers. The Congress has recently seen the departure of many leaders from within the party who have joined the BJP.

Another group of senior Congress leaders, called the G-23, have openly expressed their objection to the functioning of the party.

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A few days before this tweet, Faesal had said that he would visit seven assembly seats in Bharuch and Narmada districts of Gujarat. in the state later this year in December Assembly elections likely to happen.

Faisal Patel said, “From April 1, I will visit 7 assembly seats in Bharuch and Narmada districts. My team will assess the current reality of the political situation and, if required, make major changes to meet our main goal. “

During his political career, Ahmed Patel did not formally bring his children into politics. Apart from the party line in Gujarat, he had a large number of followers and was also a significant influence on his home ground in Bharuch.

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