Haryana minister Anil Vij on Sunday launched a veiled attack at the Congress party and the Patidar leaders for uniting against the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for upcoming Gujarat assembly elections.
"Even if 100 dogs join hands, they cannot challenge a lion. BJP will win the Gujarat polls," Vij tweeted.
"The 'Modi wave' continues in the country and the saffron party will form government again in that state," he added.
Earlier, Patidar Anamat Andolan Samiti (PAAS) convenor Hardik Patel had also met Congress leaders and hinted that they would join hands with the Congress if their reservation demand would be fulfilled.
The polls will be conducted in Gujarat in two phases. The polling for the first phase will be held on December 9 and for the second phase on December 14.
The counting of the votes will be held on December 18.
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