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Gujarat Assembly Election Results 2022: Full list of winners, seat-wise winning candidates of AAP, BJP, Congress

Gujarat Chunav Results 2022: The counting of votes for the  Gujarat assembly elections is going on and in the initial trends BJP is leading. Congress is on the second number after BJP and AAP is on the third. All eyes were fixed on the Ghatlodia assembly seat coming in Ahmedabad district, where Bhupendrabhai Patel has marked his win. From here BJP has fielded Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel, and he will swear in as Chief Minister of the state. In the initial stage of results, BJP has won on 156 constituencies, while Congress has won 18 seats, and AAP has won 4 seats as of now. Also, Samajwadi Party has seat in Gujrat (Kutiyana), while 3 independent candidates has registered win. Hardik Bharatbhai Patel, who is contesting on behalf of the BJP, has also won his Viramgam seat. BJP's Alpesh Khodaji Thakor is leading from Gandhinagar South constituency. BJP candidate from Jamnagar North constituency, Rivaba Jadeja from Jamnagar (North) has maintained an edge to mark her win. BJP's Jitendrabhai Savjibhai Vaghani is leading from Bhavnagar West constituency.

Gujarat Assembly Election Results 2022: Full list of winners, seat-wise winning candidates of AAP, BJP, Congress

The BJP is set to return to power in Gujarat with a huge margin in terms of seat numbers, according to trends in the exit poll results. Zee News exit poll suggests the BJP could win between 110 and 125 seats in the 182-seat Gujarat assembly. The BJP has been in power in Gujarat since 1995. In the 2017 elections, the Congress threw a strong fight towards the saffron camp. But, this time they may lag behind in terms of number of seats. Acoording to the latest trends, the 'Modi Magic' will continue in Gujarat. 

Political analysts feel that the main reason for this surprising result for the BJP is the presence of the Aam Aadmi Party. According to the exit poll results, AAP is not expected to get many seats. Most surveys say they can get single digit seats. But, the opposition vote is divided between them. Many considered Arvind Kejriwal to be a suitable alternative to the Congress. And this is one of the reasons for increasing the BJP's number of seats in Gujarat. However, the vote percentage is likely to decrease. This is not good news for the BJP if we look at 2024.

The BJP won 99 seats in the 2017 assembly elections. The magic number to form a government in the 182-seat Gujarat Assembly is 92. Since 2012, their number of seats has decreased by 16. But at the same time in 2017, they got 49.05 percent votes. 1.15 percent more than 5 years ago. The Exit poll survey says BJP could get 47 percent votes in the current elections. That is, compared to 2017, the votes received by the BJP may decrease a lot. On the other hand, Congress got 41.44 percent votes 5 years ago. This time, according to the exit poll, they could get 35 percent votes, AAP can get 12 percent votes.

Also, political analysts feel that there was a lack of campaigning on the part of the Congress in the Gujarat elections. Which ultimately went in favor of the BJP. Many central BJP leaders, including Narendra Modi, Amit Shah held meetings and roadshows in Gujarat one after the other. Arvind Kejriwal, Manish Sisodia, Bhagwant Singh Mann have repeatedly come to Gujarat to campaign for the Aam Aadmi Party. Congress has not been seen campaigning in Gujarat in the same manner as others campaigned in Gujarat. New Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge held several meetings in Kharg, but the Gandhis seem to have avoided Gujarat. Rahul Gandhi has been busy with the 'Bharat Jodo Yatra', spending only two days campaigning in Gujarat. Sonia and Priyanka Gandhi were not seen.

However, all the boxes are opening now. In order to find out the full list of winning candidates' names, check the latest updates below. Currently, the Bharatiya Janata Party is in government in Gujarat. Here you can see all the information about which party gets how many seats in Gujarat Chunav Results in 2022 out of 182 assembly constituencies. Also, the complete details of which MLAs have been elected from which constituencies can also be seen on the page below.

S.No Constituency Name Winning Candidate's Name and Party Name
1 Ghatlodia Bhupendrabhai Patel (BJP) Winner
2 Abdasa Jat Mamad Jung (Congress) Winner
3 Mandvi Kunvarjibhai Halpati (BJP) Winner
4 Bhuj Keshubhai Shivdas Patel (BJP) Winner
5 Anjar Chhanga Bijal (BJP) Winner
6 Gandhidham (SC) Malti Maheshwari (BJP) Winner
7 Rapar Virendrasinh Jadeja (BJP) Winner
8 Dasada (SC) P. K. Parmar (BJP) Winner
9 Limbdi Kititsinh Rana (BJP) Winner
10 Wadhwan Jagdishbhai Makwana (BJP) Winner
11 Chotila Bhimajibhai Chauhan (BJP) Winner
12 Dhrangadhra Prakashbhai Varmora (BJP) Winner
13 Morbi Amrutiya Shivlal (BJP) Winner
14 Tankara Durlabhjibhai Dethariya (BJP) Winner
15 Wankaner Jitendra Somani (BJP) Winner
16 Rajkot East Uday Kangad (BJP) Winner
17 Rajkot West Darshita Shah (BJP) Winner
18 Rajkot South Rameshbhai Tilala (BJP) Winner
19 Rajkot Rural (SC) Bhanuben Babariya (BJP) Winner
20 Jasdan Kunvarjibhai Babaliya (BJP) Winner
21 Gondal Geetaba Jadeja (BJP) Winner
22 Jetpur Savjibhai Rathwa (BJP) Winner
23 Kalavad (SC) Amarabhai Chavda (BJP) Winner
24 Jamnagar Rural Hansrajbhai Patel (BJP) Winner
25 Jamnagar North Rivaba Jadeja (BJP) Winner
26 Jamnagar South Divyeshbhai Akbari (BJP) Winner
27 Jamjodhpur Ahir Hemantbhai Hardasbhai (AAP) Winner
28 Dwarka Virambha Manek (BJP) Winner
29 Porbandar Arjunbhai Modhwadia (Congress) Winner
30 Manavadar Arvindbhai Ladani (Congress) Winner
31 Junagadh Sanjay Koradia (BJP) Winner
32 Visavadar Bhupendrabhai Bhayani (AAP) Winner
33 Keshod Devabhai Malam (BJP) Winner
34 Mangrol Lakhabhai Kargatiya (BJP) Winner
35 Somnath Kanabhai Chudasama (Congress) Winner
36 Talala Bhagabhai Barad (BJP) Winner
37 Kodinar (SC) Praduyman Vaja (BJP) Winner
38 Una Kalubhai Rathod (BJP) Winner
39 Dhari Vallabhbhai Kakadiya (BJP) Winner
40 Amreli Kaushik Vekariya (BJP) Winner
41 Lathi Janakbhai Talaviya (BJP) Winner
42 Savarkundla Kaswala Mahesh (BJP) Winner
43 Rajula Hirabhai Solanki (BJP) Winner
44 Mahuva Shivabhai Jerambhai Gohil (BJP) Winner
45 Talaja Gautambhai Chauhan (BJP) Winner
46 Gariadhar Sudhirbhai Vaghani (AAP) Winner
47 Palitana Bhikhabhai Baraiya (BJP) Winner
48 Bhavnagar Rural Parshottambhai Solanki (BJP) Winner
49 Bhavnagar West Jitendrabhai Vaghani (BJP) Winner
50 Gadhada (SC) Mahant Tundiya (BJP) Winner
51 Botad Umesh Makwana (AAP) Winner
52 Nandod (ST) Darshana Deshmujh (BJP) Winner
53 Jambusar Devikishordasji Swami (BJP) Winner
54 Vagra Arjunsinh Rana (BJP) Winner
55 Jhagadia (ST) Riteshkumar Vasava (BJP) Winner
56 Bharuch Rameshbhai Mistry (BJP) Winner
57 Ankleshwar Ishwarsinh Patel (BJP) Winner
58 Olpad Mukeshbhai Patel (BJP) Winner
59 Mangrol (ST) Kargatiya Lakhabhai (BJP) Winner
60 Mandvi - 2 Aniruddha Dave (BJP) Winner
61 Kamrej Praful Pansheriya (BJP) Winner
62 Surat East Arvind Rana (BJP) Winner
63 Surat North Kantibhai Balar (BJP) Winner
64 Varachha Road Kishor Kanani (BJP) Winner
65 Karanj Pravinbhai Ghoghari (BJP) Winner
66 Limbayat Sangitaben Patil (BJP) Winner
67 Udhna Manubhai Patel (BJP) Winner
68 Majura Harsh Sanghvi (BJP) Winner
69 Katargam Vinodbhai Moradiya (BJP) Winner
70 Surat West Purnesh Modi (BJP) Winner
71 Bardoli (SC) Ishvarbhai Parmar (BJP) Winner
72 Mahuva (ST) Mohanbhai Dhodiya (BJP) Winner
73 Vyara (ST) Dhedabhai Kokani (BJP) Winner
74 Nizar (ST) Jayrambhai Gamit (BJP) Winner
75 Dangs (ST) Vijaybhai Patel (BJP) Winner
76 Jalalpore R. C. Patel (BJP) Winner
77 Navsari Rakesh Desai (BJP) Winner
78 Gandevi (ST) Nareshbhai Patel (BJP) Winner
79 Bansda (ST) Anantkumar Patel (Congress) Winner
80 Dharampur (ST) Arvind Patel (BJP) Winner
81 Valsad Bharatbhai Patel (BJP) Winner
82 Pardi Kanubhai Desai (BJP) Winner
83 Kaprada (ST) Jitubhai Chaudhari (BJP) Winner
84 Umbergaon (ST) Nanubhai Patkar (BJP) Winner
85 Vav Thakor Geniben Nagaji (Congress) Winner
86 Tharad Shankarbhai Chaudhary (BJP) Winner
87 Dhanera Mavjibhai Maganbhai Desai (Independent) Winner
88 Danta (ST) Kantibhai Kharadi (Congress) Winner
89 Vadgam (SC) Jignesh Mevani (Congress) Winner
90 Palanpur Aniket Thaker (BJP) Winner
91 Deesa Pravinkumar Mali (BJP) Winner
92 Deodar Keshaji Chauhan (BJP) Winner
93 Kankrej Amrutji Thakor (Congress) Winner
94 Chanasma Ataji Thakor (Congress) Winner
95 Sidhpur Balvantsinh Rajput (BJP) Winner
96 Unjha Keshavlal Patel (BJP) Winner
97 Visnagar Rushikesh Patel (BJP) Winner
98 Bechraji Somaji Thakor (BJP) Winner
99 Kadi (SC) Karsanbhai Solanki (BJP) Winner
100 Mahesana Mukeshkumar D. Patel (BJP) Winner
101 Vijapur C. J. Chavda (Congress) Winner
102 Idar (SC) Ramanlal Vora (BJP) Winner
103 Khedbrahma (ST) Tushar Chaudhary (Congress) Winner
104 Bhiloda (ST) P. C. Baranda (BJP) Winner
105 Modasa Bhikhusinhji Parmar (BJP) Winner
106 Bayad Dhavalsinh Narendrasinh Zala (Independent) Winner
107 Prantij Gajendrasingh Parmar (BJP) Winner
108 Dahegam Kalyansinh Chauhan (BJP) Winner
109 Viramgam Hardik Bharatbhai Patel (BJP) Winner
110 Sanand Kanubhai Patel (BJP) Winner
111 Vejalpur Amit Thaker (BJP) Winner
112 Ellisbridge Amit Shah (BJP) Winner
113 Naranpura Jitendrakumar Patel (BJP) Winner
114 Nikol Jagdish Vishwakarma (BJP) Winner
115 Naroda Kukrani Manojkumar (BJP) Winner
116 Thakkarbapa Nagar Kanchanben Radadiya (BJP) Winner
117 Bapunagar Dineshsing Kushwaha (BJP) Winner
118 Amraiwadi Hasmukh Patel (BJP) Winner
119 Dariapur Kaushikbhai Jain (BJP) Winner
120 Jamalpur-Khadia Imran Khedawala (Congress) Winner
121 Maninagar Amul Bhatt (BJP) Winner
122 Danilimda (SC) Shailesh Parmar (Congress) Winner
123 Sabarmati Harshadbhai Patel (BJP) Winner
124 Asarwa (SC) Darshna Vaghela (BJP) Winner
125 Daskroi Babubhai Patel (BJP) Winner
126 Dholka Kirtisinh Dabhi (BJP) Winner
127 Dhandhuka Kalubhai Dabhi (BJP) Winner
128 Khambhat Chiragkumar Patel (Congress) Winner
129 Borsad Bhikhabhai Solanki (BJP) Winner
130 Anklav Amit Chavda (Congress) Winner
131 Umreth Govindbhai Parmar (BJP) Winner
132 Anand Yogesh Patel (BJP) Winner
133 Sojitra Vinubhai Patel (BJP) Winner
134 Matar Kalpeshbhai Parmar (BJP) Winner
135 Nadiad Vinubhai Desai (BJP) Winner
136 Mahudha Sanjaysinh Mahida (BJP) Winner
137 Thasra Yogendrasinh Parmar (BJP) Winner
138 Kapadvanj Maganbhai Zala (BJP) Winner
139 Balasinor Mansinh Chauhan (BJP) Winner
140 Lunawada Gulabsinh Chauhan (Congress) Winner
141 Santrampur (ST) Kuberbhai Mansukhbhai Dindor (BJP) Winner
142 Shehra Ghelabhai Ahir (BJP) Winner
143 Morva Hadaf (ST) Manharsinh Suthar (BJP) Winner
144 Godhra C. K. Raulji (BJP) Winner
145 Kalol Punjaji Thakor (BJP) Winner
146 Halol Jaydrathsinhji Parmar (BJP) Winner
147 Fatepura (ST) Bhurabhai Katara (BJP) Winner
148 Limkheda (ST) Sumanbhai Bhabhor (BJP) Winner
149 Dahod (ST) Kanaiyalal Kishori (BJP) Winner
150 Devgadbaria Maganbhai Khabad (BJP) Winner
151 Savli Mahendrabhai Inamdar (BJP) Winner
 152 Vaghodia Dharmendrasinh Vaghela (Independent) Winner
153 Chhota Udaipur (ST) Rajendrasinh Rathva (BJP) Winner
154 Sankheda (ST) Abhesinh Tadvi (BJP) Winner
155 Dabhoi Shaileshbhai Mehta (BJP) Winner
156 Vadodara City (SC) Manisha Vakil (BJP) Winner
157 Akota Chaitanya Desai (BJP) Winner
158 Raopura Balkrushna Shukla (BJP) Winner
159 Padra Chaitanyasinh Zala (BJP) Winner
160 Karjan Akshaykumar Patel (BJP) Winner
161 Dhoraji Mahendrabhai Padalia (BJP) Winner
162 Khambhalia Ayar Bera (BJP) Winner
163 Kutiyana Kandalbhai Jadeja (SP) Winner
164 Bhavnagar East Sejalben Pandya (BJP) Winner
165 Dediapada (ST) Chaitarbhai Vasava (BJP) Winner
166 Choryasi Sandip Desai (BJP) Winner
167 Radhanpur Lavingji Solanki (BJP) Winner
168 Patan Kiritkumar Patel (Congress) Winner
169 Himatnagar Vinendrasinh Zala (BJP) Winner
170 Gandhinagar South Alpesh Thakor (BJP) Winner
171 Gandhinagar North Ritaben Patel (BJP) Winner
172 Kalol - 127 Fatesinh Chauhan (BJP) Winner
173 Vatva Babusinh Jadav (BJP) Winner
174 Petlad Kamleshbhai Patel (BJP) Winner
175 Mehmedabad Arjinsunh Chauhan (BJP) Winner
176 Jhalod (ST) Maheshbhai Bhuriya (BJP) Winner
177 Jetpur Savjibhai Rathva (BJP) Winner
178 Sayajigunj Keyur Rokadia (BJP) Winner
179 Kheralu Sardarbhai Chaudhary (BJP) Winner
180 Mansa Jayantibhai Patel (BJP) Winner
181 Garbada (ST) Rameshbhai Bhabhor (BJP) Winner
182 Manjalpur Yogeshbhai Patel (BJP) Winner

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) fielded candidates for all 182 seats and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) for 181 seats. Whereas, the main opposition Congress contested 179 seats and its ally Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) contested two seats.

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