Aam Aadmi Party candidate Karshanbhai Karmur stood second while Congress candidate Bipendrasinh Chatursinh Jadeja stood third. Speaking after winning the election, Rivaba Jadeja described it as everyone’s victory. He thanked the people of the constituency for blessing him. “Thanks to all those who happily accepted me as a candidate, worked for me and got along with the people. This is not only my success, but the success of all of us,” he said.
Rivaba Solanki, who completed her mechanical engineer degree, joined the BJP in 2016. Moreover, she is cousin of senior Congress leader Hari Singh Solanki.
On the other hand, Harthika Patel, the leader of the Patel movement, contested from Veerangam constituency and won with a huge majority of 61 thousand votes. OBC leader Alpesh Thakur is continuing with a majority of 17 thousand votes from Gandhinagar South Constituency. And, this time BJP has allotted more seats to the youth, leaving aside a large number of sittings. At the same time, 41 new people were brought into the ring.