AIMIM and Congress supporters raised a ruckus at a public gathering of Congress MP Imran Pratapgarhi in Gujarat’s Godhra, resulting in chaotic circumstances. The event occurred as the state’s first round of assembly elections was being held.
The election in Godhra, which has a sizable Muslim voting population, is expected to be closely contested between Congress and AIMIM. Imran Pratapgarhi, a Congressman, was speaking at a public rally when he pointed his gun towards the AIMIM, causing a disturbance that forced him to leave.
Imran Pratapgarhi, however, claimed that there was no “ruckus” during the gathering and referred to it as the love and affection of attendees. Imran Pratapgarhi, a prominent Muslim figure in Congress, is an Urdu and Hindi-language poet. Following his unsuccessful attempt to gain a seat from Moradabad in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, the party chose to .
First-phase voting for 89 seats in the Saurashtra and south Gujarat regions began on Thursday. Voting for the remaining 93 seats, including 16 in Ahmedabad, will take place on December 5.
Today’s voting began at 8 am and will end at 5 pm. The Aam Aadmi Party, a newcomer to the race, is trying to gain ground while the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is hoping
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