In Gujarat, which the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has ruled for more than 2.5 decades, the saffron party is most likely to stage a significant comeback. The Aam Aadmi Party’s entry made the current election a three-cornered fight, in contrast to the 2017 Gujarat assembly election, which was primarily a two-party struggle. Exit poll results, which aren’t always accurate, show that the BJP is likely to win for a seventh straight term.
According to the India Today-Axis My India exit poll, the BJP may receive 46% of the vote in Gujarat, followed by Congress and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), which received 26% and 20% of the vote, respectively.
In the 182-member Gujarat Assembly, the saffron party is expected to win between 129 and 151 seats. In the meantime, Arvind Kejriwal’s AAP may win 9 to 21 seats in the Assembly, while the Congress may win 16 to 30.
Other exit polls, such as Jan Ki Baat, TV9, and P-MARQ, also gave the BJP a resounding victory in the Gujarat Assembly election. According to Jan Ki Baat, the BJP would win 117–140 seats in Gujarat, compared to the Congress’ 34–51 and the AAP’s 6–13. Similarly, the P-MARQ study predicted that the BJP would win 128–148 seats, the Congress would win 30-42 seats, and the AAPA would win 2–10 seats. Today’s second round of the Gujarat Assembly elections saw a voter turnout of 58.80% over 93 seats. 63.31 percent of eligible voters participated in the first round of voting for 89 Assembly seats on December 1.
Among those who voted in the second and final phase were important figures such as Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel, and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief ministerial candidate Isudan Gadhvi.
On December 8, the voting results for all 182 Assembly seats will be tallied.
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