Ahmadabad:Sept 23; Patel quota agitation leader Hardik Patel, who went missing after giving a slip to police on Tuesday, surfaced under mysterious circumstances at a highway passing from Dhrangadhra town in Surendranagar district of Gujarat on Wednesday, claiming that he was abducted.
According to Patel leaders, Hardik called them at around noon and asked them to pick him up from the highway.
After being found,Hardik claimed that he had been "abducted" by people with weapons.
"Some persons chased my car near Bayad (in Aravalli district)... then I was picked up by some persons.. after that I was made to sit in a car for the entire night," Hardik told reporters.
"I was threatened to leave this agitation or I would be eliminated. The person threatened me saying that it is the first and last warning, and if I am ever seen addressing a public meeting in a village, I will be eliminated," he added.
"After threatening me for entire night and ferrying me from Bayad, he left me at a village in Dhrangdhara taluka of Surendranagar," said Hardik.
"I do not know who was he, whether a policeman or anyone else but he had a revolver with him," Hardik claimed.
"I wanted to know about the person and at whose behest he had kept me under his custody for the entire night," he said.
When asked about his present location, he said he is at Halvad highway in Surendranagar district.
Meanwhile, Gandhinagar Range IG Hasmukh Patel said they could not locate him but if he is found, then he will be produced before court.
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