‘I was Kidnapped By Cop-Like People’ Says Hardik Patel

Patidar reservation blend leader ‘Hardik Patel’ who made Gujarat High Court work past midnight after two of his partners recorded a habeas corpus appeal on Tuesday night and will show up in the witness of the court on Thursday morning. He will show up in the reply to filed petition before charging that the police had wrongfully confined him and may even murder him in an encounter.

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Hardik Kidnapped by cop-like people

At the point when Hardik showed up on highway close to Dhrangadhra on Wednesday after his puzzling vanished from Aravalli locale, he told to media that individuals who looked like policemen has kidnapped and kept him amid the night and after that surrendered him on the highway. Hardik again came in front of journalists once he entered into the city on Wednesday evening. He refused the assertion that he had faked snatching and that he had even called his mother the previous evening to say that he was safe.

Hardik’s legal advisor said that the court may put a conclusion to the case on the grounds that Hardik is free and the judge may arrange an inquiry moreover. In any case, we are going to file a complaint on the grounds that Hardik was discharged somewhere in the range of 150 km from the spot where he was grabbed by individuals having guns with them and even debilitated.

Earlier on Tuesday night, a bench of Justice Justice K J Thaker and M R Shah heard at the judge’s home in Sola the habeas corpus appeal registered by Ketan Patel and Dinesh Bambhaniya, two conveners of Patidar Anamat Andolan Samiti (PAAS). They even blamed DIG, Gandhinagar range, Hasmukh Patel and SP of Aravalli region, Mayur Chavda, of illicitly keeping Hardik.  The judges passed orders to the state government requesting to reply by Thursday morning.

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