Hardik Patel is the convener of PAAS which led an agitation demanding reservation in jobs and education for the Patidar community in the state.
Patel, meanwhile, also alleged in a tweet that a police officer had threatened to kill him when he was brought out of the hospital.
Tension gripped Surat with mobs setting ablaze a BRTS bus and vandalising a bus stand tonight, apparently in protest against the arrest of Patidar quota agitation leader Alpesh Kathiriya.
The 24-year-old leader also said he has offer from Congress leaders to fight the 2019 Lok Sabha polls.
Hardik Patel dropped hints that he may campaign for the Madhya Pradesh Assembly elections to be held later this year and also stated his intent to work for the youth and farmers.
Hardik Patel also called for a unity of non-BJP parties to fight against the Modigovernment which was "trying to divide the country".
The Patidar Anamat Andolan Samiti Convenor, however, did not make his stand clear but he would take advice from her, if required.
Party’s reservation proposal involves defining Patidars ‘socially and economically backward’
Following the release of Congress’ list of candidates which includes only three PAAS candidates, angry leaders of the community staged protest.
Sessions judge V P Agarwal had yesterday issued warrants against Hardik Patel and six others for allegedly vandalising the office of a BJP MLA during the quota stir in 2015.