Bharatsinh Solanki, Former Union Minister and Senior Congress Leader of Gujarat after getting caught red-handed by his wife with an alleged 24-year-old girlfriend in the viral video, had announced that he is going for a short break, away from politics.
Congress Leader Clarifies In Press Meet
Mr. Solanki explained in a press meeting, that this decision is completely his choice and has not been forced by the party. Congress leader also dropped many allegations on his wife Resham Pate. He said, “We have not lived together for many years. I am seeking divorce because she had tried to harm me in the past to snatch my property.” He further alleged that his wife also called a bewitcher to execute him.
Viral Video Of Bharatsinh Solanki
Several videos of Bharatsinh Solanki landed on social media in the past few days where his wife was seen raiding him, creating a lot of buzzes. However, on June 1, another video went uncontrollably viral online, in which his wife was seen entering a room where he was sitting with a young girl. That girl was attacked by Reshma Patel and the entire scenario was recorded. In the next video, the matter continued and Mr. Solanki’s wife went violent, she was seen pulling the hair of that girl, and the man who recorded the video was trying to expose her face.
The viral videos are not yet confirmed, but the 68-year-old politician revealed that after getting divorced from his wife he will marry the girl has been caught with, and it will be his third marriage.
Politician also alleged that his wife has joined hands with his opponents and said, “It is obvious she is playing into the hands of those who want to harm me and the Congress in the upcoming (state) polls. Opposing parties are interested in such issues because they want to take advantage by maligning my image as well as that of the Congress.”
Further said, “I have decided to take a break from active politics for a few months and will focus on social activities. I will spend more time meeting Dalits, tribals, minorities, and people from other backward communities during this period.”