New Delhi :
Gujarat Elections 2022: Under the first phase of Gujarat assembly elections, votes will be cast on 89 seats tomorrow on 1 December. This time, apart from BJP and Congress, Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party is also trying hard in the Gujarat assembly elections. Being the home state of PM Modi, everyone’s eyes are fixed on the election results of Gujarat. There are a total of 182 assembly seats in the state. In the first phase, voting will be held on 89 seats on December 1, while in the second phase, votes will be cast on the remaining 93 seats on December 5. The results will be declared on 8 December.
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Former CM Vijay Rupani, state BJP chief CR Patil, Union ministers Parshottam Rupala and Mansukh Bhai Mandaviya will exercise their franchise in the first phase of voting tomorrow. Gujarat BJP President CR Patil, Booth No. 14 Shishuvihar Primary School, Rupala Amreli, Hanol Village, Mandaviya Bhavnagar Seat, Surat, National Vice President Bharti Ben Shiyal, Methla Village, Bhavnagar, Former CM Vijaybhai Rupani, Anil Gyan Mandir, Rajkot City and State Government Minister Jeetu Bhai Vaghani will cast his vote at Shriram Nagar in Bhavnagar city. In this sequence, MP Poonam Ben Madam will vote in ward number four of Jamnagar City, MP Ramesh Bhai Dhadak in Rajkot city’s Das Jeevan Mandir, MP Mohan Bhai Kundariya’s Neelkanth School in Morbi and Party State Vice President Bharatbhai Bogra in Kamdapur village of Rajkot. Harshbhai Singhvi, a minister in the Gujarat government, will cast his vote at the Central School in Surat.
PM Modi will do road show on Thursday evening
PM Narendra Modi will hold a 3-hour roadshow in Ahmedabad city tomorrow evening for the second phase of polling in Gujarat on December 5. This roadshow of PM Modi in Ahmedabad will start at 3:30 pm. The roadshow will start from Naroda and end at Gandhinagar South at 6:30 pm. This roadshow of PM Modi will be about 35 kilometers long.
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