Gujarat elections: Day after 'sex CD', another video of Hardik Patel with woman surfaces

'Crores are being spent to defame me,' Hardik Patel had tweeted on Monday. Photograph:( Zee News Network )

WION Web Team New Delhi, Delhi, India Nov 14, 2017, 02.53 PM (IST)

A day after a sex video -- allegedly featuring Patidar leader Hardik Patel; the allegation has not been proved -- went viral on social media, another video has surfaced. 

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PTI reported that this video features a man with a tonsured head relaxing on a bed with a woman and two men. 

PTI added that Patel had tonsured his head in May this year along with his supporters to protest against alleged police atrocities on members of his community during the Patidar quota agitation.

Patel is still to react to the second video, but he had blamed the release of the first video on the BJP. 

He had tweeted yesterday: 


Interestingly, Patel had foretold -- on November 10 -- the release of the "sex CD". 

Hardik had said then that the BJP would be responsible, and that they would do so for electoral gain.

"The BJP has prepared a doctored sex CD to defame me and it will be released just before the election. What else can one expect from the BJP? So just wait, watch and enjoy," Hardik had said then.

When he was asked how he knew about the CD, Hardik had said, "This is typical of the BJP."

The Patidar agitation

Patel had led the massive Patidar agitation in the state in 2015.

The Patidars had been asking for reservations for the community in government jobs and educational institutions. 

The Congress has since been courting Patel, who has said that he will work towards beating the BJP in the upcoming Gujarat elections. 

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Attempts have been made to defame Patel earlier too.

A sex CD was also released in 2015, with exactly the same allegation -- that it featured Hardik.