Gujarat Election Results 2017: BJP is heading with maximum seats

Ask anyone in India about the current trending topic and the answer will be Gujarat Elections! And the one who is marching ahead is BJP. So, in Gujarat, BJP has won 99 seats, Congress with 77 seats, and others with 5 seats. The results of remaining teams will be declared simultaneously. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed his wish to tweet on the election results.

Modi said in the tweet, “Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh show strong support to the politics of good governance and development with the outcome of elections. I salute the BJP workers who work hard in these states. “In the next tweet, the PM said,” I salute the people of Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh for believing in BJP. I assure them that we will not keep any progress in the development of these states and in the service of the people.

The counting of votes is happening at 37 centres across the state’s 33 districts, amidst tight security. Exit Polls lately displayed that ruling BJP will win the Himalayan state with remarkable margin and retain its power in Prime Minister Modi’s home state.

According to trends so far, the BJP seems to be successful in forming its government in Gujarat.
The BJP’s lead in Gujarat is sweeping 99 seats and Congress is leading in 77 seats.

Clearly, BJP president Amit Shah’s claim that the party will win 150 seats has not materialised. In that sense, Congress president Rahul Gandhi, along with his regional allies Hardik Patel, Alpesh Thakor and Jignesh Mevani, has shown the BJP that this is a new Congress and it will play the role of a spirited Opposition. As the winter session of Parliament begins today, fireworks will be expected.

All are excited about the Gujarat results as the saffron party has been ruling the state for 20 years and the prime minister comes from here and if anything goes against the BJP then it will be a setback ahead of 2019 general election.

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