Gujarat Assembly Election 2022: Voting is going on in 89 seats of the state for the first phase of Gujarat assembly elections. Before this, all the political parties are claiming victory in the elections. Gujarat’s Finance Minister Kanubhai Desai has also claimed about BJP’s victory in the state. He says that Gujarat is making progress and the people of the state have decided to vote for the BJP.
Finance Minister Kanubhai Desai claimed that this time too only BJP government will be formed in the state because people have full faith in BJP and the people of the state are voting in the name of development. On the other hand, Congress is also claiming victory in the state. However, today a total of 788 candidates’ fate will be captured in the EVM.
first phase of polling in gujarat
Voting for the first phase of Gujarat assembly elections is going on. People are leaving their homes in large numbers to cast their votes. All the leaders have also used their vote. Along with this, an appeal is being made to the public to vote. At stake is the fate of many such leaders who are already holding ministerial posts in the government. The results of the Gujarat assembly elections will be revealed on December 8.
Close fight in Congress-BJP
There is a triangular contest in Gujarat. BJP, Congress and AAP all the three parties are trying their luck, but like every time, this time also a close fight is being seen between Congress and BJP. Apart from this, BSP, All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) have also fielded their candidates.
BJP has fielded its candidates for a total of 89 seats for the first phase, out of which the number of female candidates is 9 and the number of male candidates is 80. Congress has also fielded its candidates for a total of 89 seats, out of which the number of female candidates is 6 and male candidates are 83. The Aam Aadmi Party has fielded its candidates on a total of 88 seats, out of which the number of female candidates is six and the number of male candidates is 82.
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