‘Want a PM, not chowkidar’: Hardik Patel’s jibe at Modi
Congress leader Hardik Patel on Tuesday took a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘chowkidar’ campaign. He said that he would have gone to Nepal, had he wanted a chowkidar. The Patidar leader added that the country wanted a Prime Minister who could strengthen India’s economy, education sector and the youth. Hardik cast his vote at a polling booth in Surendranagar constituency which is located in Ahmedabad’s Viramgam. Gujarat is voting in a single phase today, April 23.