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BJP won 156 out of 182 seats in Gujarat: Election Commission

BJP won 156 out of 182 seats in Gujarat: Election Commission


Declaring the results of all the seats of the Gujarat Assembly Elections 2022 on Thursday, the Election Commission said- BJP has registered a resounding victory by winning 156 out of 182 seats in Gujarat.

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oi-Bhavna Pandey

Updated: Friday, December 9, 2022, 3:00 [IST]

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In Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s state Gujarat, the BJP registered a historic victory in the assembly elections. Not only this, BJP broke the old record in 2022. Under the leadership of Chief Minister Narendra Modi, the party had won 127 seats, while in this election the BJP under the representation of CM Bhupendra has broken that record of Modi. According to the Election Commission, the BJP registered a landslide victory in Gujarat by winning 156 out of 182 seats. The current Chief Minister Bhupendra Pate will take the oath of Chief Minister Patel on December 12 at 2 pm.

BJP is the biggest party ever

The victory in 156 out of 182 seats in the Gujarat Assembly means that it is the biggest ever victory of the BJP in the state. The BJP, as predicted by all exit polls, on Thursday rode the charisma of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to retain power in Gujarat for a record seventh time. The victory in 156 of the 182 seats in the Gujarat Assembly means it is the BJP’s biggest ever victory in the western state.

BJP got support from all sections

The BJP under Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel, for which Hindutva remained a political strategy, received support from all sections. It secured a vote share of about 53 percent, the highest vote share in Gujarat.

PM Modi’s record was also broken in this election.

In the 2017 assembly elections, it won 99 seats with a vote share of 49.1 percent, surpassing its previous best performance of 127 seats in 2002 when Narendra Modi was the CM. On the other hand, Congress holds the record of winning 149 seats in 1985 under the leadership of Madhavsinh Solanki. In the 2022 assembly elections, BJP has also created Modi’s record in Gujarat, winning 156 out of 182 seats.

Worst ever defeat of Congress in Gujarat

With only 17 seats, the Congress suffered its worst ever defeat in Gujarat. However, the Congress, which performed so poorly in Gujarat, came to power in Himachal Pradesh by defeating the ruling BJP.

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Assembly Election Results 2022: BJP registers landslide victory in Gujarat by winning 156 out of 182 seats: Election Commission

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