“We have compromised and Agreed on the issues that had been acting as obstacles since the last meeting,” ANI quoted Congress’s Gujarat unit chief Bharat Singh Solanki, as saying.
Solanki made the statement after a meeting with PAAS leaders in Ahmedabad.
He added that “neither PAAS, Alpesh Thakor, nor Jignesh Mevani have asked for tickets.”
PAAS, however, remained steadfast in its demand for reservation.
“Our first and last concern is reservation. Hardik Patel will make an announcement from Rajkot tomorrow,” said Dinesh Bambhaniya.
Reports of friction between Hardik’s party and the Congress had emerged after the latter’s refusal to grant nine tickets demanded by PAAS, and instead, asking it to settle for only four.
(With inputs from agencies)
Source : timesofindia