Gujarat Assembly elections News
Bhupendra Patel had replaced Vijay Rupani as Gujarat chief minister in September last year The Congress secured 17 seats, AAP secured 5, with 1 for SP and 3 Independent candidates In the home state of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah, the BJP has smashed all previous records of electoral performance
Hardik Patel, who joined BJP after resigning from Congress earlier this year, won the Viramgam constituency Purnesh Modi won from Surat West by defeating Congress' Sanjay Patwa and Aam Aadmi Party's (AAP) Moxesh Sanghvi Alpesh Thakor defeated Congress’ Himanshu Patel and AAP's Daulat Patel in Gandhinagar South
The results of the Gujarat assembly elections will be declared tomorrow. According to exit polls, BJP is once again going to form the government with full majority in the state. But the actual results will come out only after the counting of votes tomorrow. See in Kasam Samvidhan Ki, which issues changed the election atmosphere in Gujarat?
Voting for the second phase of Gujarat assembly elections is over. The results of the election will come on December 8. But this question has already remained in everyone's mind that whose government will be in Himachal, Gujarat and MCD? Even after the results of the exit polls are out, it will be clear to a great extent that whose government is going to be formed this time. Watch the big debate in Taal Thok Ke on this issue.
For the second phase of voting in the Gujarat Assembly elections, Prime Minister Narendra Modi walked on the road to cast his vote. PM Modi had come to cast his vote by standing in line. When PM was walking. Many people were standing on the side of the road and were raising slogans of Modi-Modi. On which the Congress has accused PM Narendra Modi of violating the code of conduct.