Gandhinagar: Parties are declaring their candidates for Gujarat assembly elections. Meanwhile, Dalit leader Jignesh Mewani declared that he would fight as a non-Congress candidate in the Gujarat assembly elections but not as an independent candidate. Jignesh has decided to contest the elections from the Vadagam constituency of Banaskantha district. For this, he has also filed nomination on Monday as an independent candidate.

Congress does not give ticket to anyone from Vadgaam-11
The Congress did not issue tickets to anyone from the Vadagam constituency on its third list. It is being speculated that he can support Jignesh Mewani from this seat. The elections on the Vadgaam-11 seat are to be held on December 14.

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We will fight, we will win
This announcement by the National Dalit Rights Forum leader, Social Worker Mevani has been made by the Congress after the third list for the second phase for the Gujarat assembly elections. Mewani said in a tweet, “Friends, I am fighting as an Independent candidate from the Vadgaam-11 seat of Banaskantha district of Gujarat. We will fight, we will win.

The name of the Congress was not in the list
About one hour before the announcement of Jignesh Mewani, Congress had released a third list of 76 candidates. Mewani did not get ticket from Vadgam. Earlier, Mewani did not show interest in contesting elections and showed support for Congress.

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In the discussion with Una Kand
Young Dalit leader Mevani had come to headlines after leaving Dalit procession for Una from Ahmedabad. Through the Dalit procession, he had protested against the excesses of the last year on the Dalit tanners in the Saurashtra region by the inspectors.

Kejriwal said – congratulations
Earlier, he did not wish to join any political party or contest the election. He Rahul Gandhi Had met and supported his party. Delhi’s chief minister Arvind kejriwal Congratulated Mewani and gave his best wishes to the young activist.