State of Gujarat Surat Aam Aadmi Party won 27 seats in the by-elections and gained opposition status. Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal will leave for Gujarat on the 26th.
Elections for urban local bodies in Gujarat were held on the 21st. Voting took place in 6 corporations namely Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Surat, Rajkot, Jamnagar and Bhavnagar. These corporations have been under BJP control for the last several years.
A total of 2,276 candidates contested in this election in 6 constituencies. Chief Minister Vijay Roupani campaigned hard to rally support for the BJP. Union Home Minister Amit Shah and others voted in the by-elections.
In this situation, the registered votes in the local elections held for 6 corporations have been counting since this morning. The BJP has been leading in many wards since its inception.
Out of a total of 576 wards, the ruling BJP is leading in 236 wards. Opposition Congress Leading only in 49 wards. Other parties are leading in 17 seats.
Out of a total of 120 seats in Surat, the BJP has won 93 of the declared seats so far. Aam Aadmi Has won 27 seats. Congress Not even a single one won.
Success in Surat Corporation Aam Aadmi Volunteers are celebrating.
Gujarat in this regard Aam Aadmi Gulab Singh said, “Aam Aadmi Party has broken the BJP’s stronghold. Kejriwal’s ‘Delhi model’ gives hope to Gujarat, ”he said.
Following this victory, Arvind Kejriwal will travel to Gujarat. Surat In the city Aam Aadmi He will also take part in a party rally.