Gujarat Assembly elections 2022: All the political parties geared up for the Gujarat assembly elections. The Aam Aadmi Party on Saturday released its 10th list of 21 candidates for the Gujarat Assembly elections. Aap has announced total 139 candidates so far.
The 10th list includes the 21 names: Dr Bhim Patel, Kuvarji Thakor, Sanjay Mori, Rajeshbhai Dixit, Kiran Patel, Jattuba Gol, Vagjibhai Patel, Karsanbapu Bhadrak, Kantibhai Satasiya, Bharat Nakrani, Ashok Joliya, Laluben Narsibhai Chauhan, Ramesh Parmar, Bharatsinh Chavda, Manubhai Thakor, Naresh Punabhai Bariya, Jaydeepsinh Chauhan, Jayraj Singh, Ankur Patel, Snehal Vasava and Moxesh Sanghvi.
In the ninth list, the AAP has fielded Kantiji Thakor from the Kalol (Gandhinagar) assembly constituency, and Hamir Rathod from the Bhavnagar East assembly seat. While Kanchan Jariwala has been fielded from Surat East, Arvind Solanki is the AAP candidate from Dasada.
The Aam Aadmi Party is running aggressively in the Gujarat Assembly elections, with candidates running for all seats.
Gujarat is a difficult state for the AAP to win because the BJP has controlled the state for 27 years. Congress is also posing a threat to the Congress.
Gujarat will hold two rounds of elections on December 1 and 5. Result will be declared on December 8. On the same day, the results of the elections in Himachal Pradesh will also be announced.
Election for 182 seats in Gujarat:
There are total 182 assembly seats in the state. Of these, 40 seats are reserved. While 13 seats are reserved for Scheduled Castes (SC) and 27 seats are reserved for Scheduled Tribes (ST) / Tribal society.
For a long time in Gujarat, the main election battle between BJP and Congress is going on, but this time the Aam Aadmi Party has also entered in assembly elections fray.
2017 Election results
BJP won 99 seats in the 2017 assembly elections, while Congress won 77. While the NCP received one seat and the Indian Tribal Party (BTP), two seats, respectively. Independent candidates won three of the available seats. Jignesh Mevani, who was supported by the Congress, was also implicated.
The Aam Aadmi Party has entered the race for the assembly elections in Gujarat, where the BJP and the Congress have long been rivals. The Aam Aadmi Party has arrived in Gujarat after departing from Delhi and establishing a government in Punjab.
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