The alarms on the health of Hardik Patel are not raised by doctors. On Tuesday, the Gujarat government stepped in to try to persuade the leader of Patidar to end his hunger strike that is now going on for 11 days.
On 25th August, Hardik launched his strike in order to complete his demands that include the farm loan waiver and also the reservation for the community of Patidar under the OBC category in the government education sector and jobs.
On Tuesday, the state government under the command of BJP held out a meeting for the several key leaders of the community at Gandhinagar. It all happens hours after the doctors showed their concern on the health of Hardik Patel that who is claimed to have lost weight for over 20 kg in just 11 days. The doctors that are attached to the Sola Civil Hospital stated that the health condition of Hardik is alarming and he must be admitted to the hospital as soon as possible.
After completing the meeting, Patidar leaders that are associated with the total of six bodies of community, Saurabh Patel, Energy Minister, said that the policies of the government are to ensure that the Patidar leader must call off the hunger strike.
Kaushik Patel, the Revenue Minister and Pradeep Singh Jadeja, Minister of State for Home have also tried to speak with the Patidar leader that is associated with the Vishwa Umiya Foundation with Khpdaldham Trust and Umiya Mata Sansthan.
The energy minister said, "During the meeting, we conveyed that the government is worried about Hardik Patel. We appealed to the leaders to persuade Hardik Patel to end his fast. The leaders have promised us that they would meet Hardik Patel in this regard,"
The leader to the Patidar who deals in the delegation, CK Patel said that they would convey the feelings of the government to the superhead. He added, "This is just a first meeting over many issues of Patidars. Such meetings will take place in the future too. The government showed a positive approach to many of our demands. We will meet Hardik Patel to convince him to end his fast,"
Even Yashwant Sinha, Union Minister and Shatrughan Sinha, MP of BJP met him. Yashwant Sinha said, "During my short meeting with Hardik, it has been decided that we will take this agitation to the national level and fight strongly. Not just Gujarat, we will take this movement to every corner of the country," He added, "The issues on which Hardik Patel is holding fast have created an impact across the country. The issues are being discussed everywhere,"