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Late Congress leader Ahmed Patel’s daughter told why she did not contest the assembly elections?

Mumtaz Patel on Gujarat Election: Voting for the first phase of the assembly elections is going on in Gujarat. In the first phase, voting is being held on 89 seats in 19 districts today. The BJP has been in power in the state for 27 years and this time also it is trying hard to come back. Whereas the Congress party seems to be struggling. With the entry of Aam Aadmi Party, this time the contest seems to be triangular.

This is the first election in the last nearly three decades when the Congress party is contesting without its most senior leader Ahmed Patel. Ahmed Patel died last year due to Corona. Ahmed Patel’s political legacy is being handled by his daughter Mumtaz Patel. It was believed that Mumtaz would contest from her father’s seat, but it did not happen.

Why did Mumtaz not contest the election

Now Mumtaz herself has told the media why she did not contest the assembly elections? On the question of not contesting the assembly elections, Mumtaz said, “Right now I am seeing and understanding things. When I see and understand everything, then I will go among the public and then come to the ground.” When asked whether she will contest the Lok Sabha elections? He said that there is still time for the Lok Sabha elections, let’s see after one year.

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AAP is nowhere in Gujarat – Mumtab

After forming the government in Punjab after Delhi, the spirits of the Aam Aadmi Party are high. Kejriwal’s eyes are now fixed on Gujarat. Gujarat is engaged in sweating profusely for victory. He claims that this time the government is going to be formed in Gujarat with full majority of Aam Aadmi Party. However, Mumtaz Patel rubbished Kejriwal’s claims. Mumtab said that the Aam Aadmi Party is nowhere in Gujarat.

Nadda appeals to vote

BJP national president JP Nadda appealed to the people of Gujarat to vote for development. Nadda said, “Today is the first phase of voting in Gujarat. I appeal to all the brothers and sisters to vote in large numbers for peace, development and prosperity in the state, this is the main pillar of progress. This great festival of democracy Your participation will play an important role in building a developed Gujarat.”

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