- BJP wins at Gandhinagar
- Bhanwad Township to Congress
- A seat for the Aam Aadmi party in Gandhinagar
The BJP is hoping to win the elections after replacing Vijay Rupani as chief minister and replacing Bhupendra Patel. The outcome of the Gandhinagar elections is seen as a major setback for the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and Congress, which hopes to advance the state. The elections scheduled for April this year have been postponed due to the expansion of Kovid.
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In Gandhinagar, the BJP and Congress had put forward candidates in 44 seats. But the Aam Aadmi Party contested in 40 seats. BJP State President CR Patil said the election results were a testament to the confidence of the Gujarati people in Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
The Aam Aadmi Party’s response was that it had only won one seat, but had made great strides in the elections. In 2016, we couldn’t do anything in Gandhinagar. But the Aam Aadmi Party says it will win one seat and 17 percent of the vote in 2021.
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In the municipality of Tara, the BJP won 20 of the 24 seats, while the Congress lost four. The BJP retained power in Okha municipality, winning 34 of the 36 seats.
Meanwhile, the Bhanwad Municipality was taken over by the BJP Congress. In the municipality governed by the BJP since 1995, this time they have only won eight seats. Congress won the remaining 16 seats.
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