Hold on, please

Signing off after a hectic day around 10 p.m., Pandya looks forward to more calls at home—from his mother. "Many people assume that I go quiet once I get home but I love to talk. My mother worries about the party more than me. Her calls from Sabarkantha are full of queries about the future of the party. I always tell her, we will win, no matter what," he says.

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