In the Gujarat Assembly Election 2022, there will be a tough competition on 43 seats, the leaders of Rajasthan are laying this chessboard – न्यूज़लीड India

In the Gujarat Assembly Election 2022, there will be a tough competition on 43 seats, the leaders of Rajasthan are laying this chessboard


Ashok Gehlot and Raghu Sharma’s leadership in Congress

In Congress, CM Ashok Gehlot is the senior observer of the Gujarat assembly elections and former Rajasthan minister Dr Raghu Sharma is in charge of organizational affairs. Ashok Gehlot has visited different districts of Gujarat four times so far. Ashok Gehlot is again going on a three-day tour of Gujarat from Saturday. Gehlot has deployed 10 ministers and two dozen MLAs of his government for the Gujarat Assembly election campaign.

BJP's election campaign is in the hands of Sushil Katara

BJP’s election campaign is in the hands of Sushil Katara

107 BJP leaders are in contact with Rajasthani living in Gujarat and Gujarati society living in Rajasthan. BJP state president Satish Poonia will continuously hold meetings in Gujarat. On behalf of Rajasthan BJP, the command of the entire election campaign in Gujarat has been given to State General Secretary Sushil Katara and State Vice President Narayan Singh Dewal. Apart from this, Union Ministers Gajendra Singh Shekhawat, Bhupendra Yadav, Arjun Meghwal, Kailash Chaudhary, MP Rajendra Gehlot have been given election responsibility here.

  Tough competition in 43 seats of Gujarat, both parties got 21-21 seats

Tough competition in 43 seats of Gujarat, both parties got 21-21 seats

There are 43 assembly constituencies in 8 districts of North Gujarat. It includes Ahmedabad, Gandhinagar, Kutch-Bhuj, Banaskantha, Sabarkantha, Mehsana, Patan, Aravalli districts. In this, Congress and BJP got 21 seats each. One candidate was victorious over the other. In three districts adjoining Rajasthan, Banaskantha, Sabarkantha, Kutch saw the maximum competition in 19 seats. In Banaskantha, 5 out of 9 seats were won by the Congress and three by the BJP. In the same Sabarkantha, 3 out of 4 BJP and 1 seat got Congress. In Kutch, 4 out of 6 seats went to BJP and 2 to Congress. These are the seats which had direct connection with Rajasthan. Now the leaders of both the Congress and BJP parties are laying the electoral board on these seats.

A note to our visitors

By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our updated privacy policy.

%d bloggers like this: