The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has released its first list of candidates for the upcoming Gujarat Assembly elections. BJP national general secretary Dushyant Kumar Gautam has announced the names of candidates for 160 seats for the first phase of gujarat assembly elections. Hardik Patel, who quit the Congress and joined the BJP, has been made the BJP candidate from Viramgam assembly constituency. Along with this, Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel will contest from Ghatlodia Assembly seat.
Hardik, who once rained incessantly on the BJP, is now busy helping the party win the elections. He claims that the BJP government will come to power in Gujarat. He came into the discussion about the Patidar agitation. There was speculation that Hardik would get a ticket only after he left the Congress and joined the BJP. Even before this, many such names were being discussed who had left the Congress and joined the BJP. Ticket distribution was nothing short of a challenge for the party.
On Tuesday (November 8), a meeting of the BJP’s core group regarding the Gujarat elections was held at home minister Amit Shah’s residence in Delhi. After the meeting at Amit Shah’s residence, all the leaders reached the residence of party president JP Nadda. Here Amit Shah, JP Nadda held a meeting with party leaders of Gujarat to discuss the candidates for the assembly elections.
In 20 days, the Gujarat Assembly elections will take place. On December 1 and December 5, voting will be conducted in two rounds for all 182 seats in the state. After the results are announced following the vote-counting on December 8, a new government can be formed. All of the parties have commenced their campaigns in such circumstances. This time, the Congress Party and the BJP are both contestants. This time the Aam Aadmi Party is also in the fray along with the Congress BJP. All political party leaders have been holding regular public meetings and rallies throughout the state leading up to the election. While the BJP is staking a claim to forming the government once more, the Congress and the AAP are leaving no stone unturned to remove the BJP from power.