Gujarat Election 2022: All the parties have given their full strength in the assembly elections to be held on 182 seats of Gujarat. The ruling party BJP, the opposition Congress and the Aam Aadmi Party, which is trying for the first time, have opened the box to woo the voters. To give edge to their promises, today again there are smoky rallies of veterans of political parties.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has two rallies in Valsad and Bhavnagar on Sunday, 06 November 2022, while Aam Aadmi Party Arvind Kejriwal will hold three road shows in Wankaner, Chotila and Rajkot East. Apart from this, Congress is going to hold press conferences in different cities of Gujarat. PM Modi will address a public meeting in Valsad at 3 pm and in Bhavnagar he will attend a mass marriage program around 5 pm.
PM Modi’s first rally after election announcement
Significantly, the Election Commission has announced the dates for the Gujarat Assembly elections on Thursday. The elections to the 182-seat Gujarat Assembly will be held in two phases. Voting will be held on December 1 under the first phase and on December 5 in the second phase. At the same time, the results will be announced on December 8 along with the results of Himachal Pradesh assembly elections. Voting will be held on 89 seats in the first phase and 93 seats in the second phase. This will be PM Modi’s rally after the announcement of the election.
There will be pressure on BJP to save power
This time the assembly elections in Gujarat can prove to be a challenge for the BJP, which has been in power in the state for more than two decades. Apart from the Congress, the party is likely to get a tough fight from the Aam Aadmi Party in the elections this time. Significantly, in the 2017 elections to the 14th Assembly of Gujarat, the BJP had won 99 seats, and the party, which has been in power since 1995, did not face any problem in forming the new government.
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