Gujarat elections News
The BJP's record-breaking victory has boosted its already high hopes of retaining power in the 2024 Lok Sabha polls Its loss of power in Himachal Pradesh to the Congress showed that the BJP is not an invincible force The Congress, which was seen organisationally weak, focussed on local issues and satraps to drive its campaign in Himachal
Even though the Aam Aadmi Party has lost in this election, the party has definitely played a game with Congress. This time in Gujarat, the vote share of the Aam Aadmi Party was around 13 percent, whereas in 2017 it was 0.10 percent. This time Congress got a 27.3 percent vote share as against 41.4 percent in 2017.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi hailed the people of Gujarat after the saffron party stormed back to power with a thumping majority. He thanked people of Gujarat for the unprecedented support while addressing an event at the party's headquarters in Delhi. He also took this opportunity to express his joy over his party leader and Gujarat chief minister Bhupendra Patel winning with a record margin to retain his post.
BJP has created history in Gujarat. BJP has broken all records and registered its biggest-ever victory with 156 seats. With this, BJP has also broken the 1985 record of Congress. In 1985, Congress created a record by winning 149 seats in the state when Madhav Singh Solanki became the chief minister.
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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?