The Bharatiya Janata Party’s Viramgam candidate, Hardik Patel, shared his opinions on the Congress and the Aam Aadmi Party at the outset of the exit polls conducted by India Today and Axis My India, which predicted the party would win Gujarat by a landslide.
According to the India Today-Axis My India exit poll, the BJP is most likely to win 129–151 seats. Congress, on the other side, is anticipated to win 16 to 30 seats, while the AAP may win 9 to 21 seats with a 20% vote share. “In addition to Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra in Maharashtra, elections are taking place in Gujarat. Thoda politically samaj hona chahiye (he ought to have some comprehension of politics at least), “added Patel.
In response to the exit polls that indicated the BJP would win, he stated: “We have stated from the outset that these are distinct elections. By a wide margin, BJP will prevail.”
“For Viramgam, a lot of work needs to be done. No reason to celebrate; we shall begin working for the Gujarati people on December 8. People have expressed their trust in us, and we must repay them “added Patel.
“I am the BJP candidate who is the smallest. I have put in a lot of effort over the past five months “Added he.
“I want to create the best Gujarati model for my Viramgam. My top goal will be the implementation of government programmes in Viramgam “said he.
The BJP leader predicted that AAP would not only fail to win any seats in the Gujarat Assembly, but also not even one.
Patel stated: “AAP won’t enter Gujarat, in my opinion. AAP won’t win any seats, in my opinion. The exit polls may not be accurate for AAP. 150 seats are available for us.”