SURAT: Hardik Patel, who was arrested in cases of sedition and violence pertaining to Patidar quota stir last year, was on Friday released from Lajpore Central Jail in Surat.
Last week, the Gujarat high court granted him bail on condition that he will stay out of the state for a period of next six months and will leave Gujarat within 48 hours after his release from jail.
In an undertaking submitted before Surat district and sessions court, Hardik’s lawyer Dilip Patel informed the court that Hardik will stay at House No 190, Shrinath Nagar on airport road in Udaipur.
“This is a temporary address of Hardik for next six months, as the high court, while granting him bail last week, instructed us to inform the local court about his address for the next six months, as Hardik has to leave Gujarat within two days of his release,” said Dilip Patel.
“I want reservation, not 56-inch chest,” Patel reporters after coming out of jail in Surat. “I wll keep working for the community. I am ready to talk to the government,” he said.
Hardik Patel is scheduled to organize a road show in Surat.
While granting the permission for Hardik’s road show, surat police commissioner Ashish Bhatia asked the organizers not to indulge in any activity which may cause law and order problem.
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Hardik’s caravan will pass through different parts of Surat city, including Bhestan, Ring Road, Kapodra, Mini Bazar and Varachha area, which are mostly dominated by Patels.