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Bhupendra-Patel
Gujarat Polls: CM Bhupendra Patel wins big; Rivaba Jadeja opens account in style
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People of Gujarat have faith in Modi: Rajnath
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The poll results, according to the Election Commission, showed the BJP heading towards a record-breaking victory in Gujarat as the final outcome was awaited. The Defence Minister, while talking to the media in the Parliament House complex, said that the situation was not surprising to him or the party.
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BJP gets 53.33% vote share in Gujarat; AAP eats into Congress with 12%
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The Congress share has shrunk to 26.9 per cent, as per the Election Commission (EC) figures of 12 p.m. According to the EC data, BJP was leading in 150 seats, Congress in 22 seats, AAP six, Samajwadi Party on one and independent on three seats.
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With Gujarat polls, AAP to get national party status: Manish Sisodia
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"Through the votes of Gujarat, AAP is becoming national party. For the first time, politics based on education and health is getting recognition in the country. Congratulations to the people of India", Sisodia said in a tweet. However, the early trends of vote counting indicates the saffron party is on course for its best-ever performance in Gujarat by leading in 144 Assembly seats while the main challenger Congress is far behind with a lead in only 20 seats.
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BJP set to break own records in Gujarat Assembly polls
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At around 10.55 a.m., the BJP was leading on 149 seats. The Congress witnessed a steep fall and was leading only on 19 seats. The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) was leading in nine constituencies.
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Gujarat poll phase-2: 4.75% voter turnout till 9 am
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The voting was underway on 93 seats in 14 districts. According to the Election Commission of India till 9 a.m. approximately 4.75 per cent voting was recorded. The highest voting was in Gandhinagar district with 7 per cent and in Banaskantha district it was 5.36 per cent. Prime Minister Narendra Modi was among the early voters to cast his vote. He cast his at Nishant school in the Ranip area of Ahmedabad city.
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Gujarat poll phase-2: PM Modi casts his vote in Ahmedabad
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PM Modi cast his vote at Nishant school in the Ranip area of Ahmedabad city. He greeted people on his way to the polling booth and stood in the queue for his turn to vote. After emerging from the polling station, the Prime Minister showed his inked finger to the crowd gathered to welcome him.
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Campaigning ends for 2nd phase of Gujarat assembly polls
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The first phase of the polling -- held on December 1, witnessed a low turnout of voters. Chief Electoral Officer P. Bharathi said that in 93 seats, there are 2,51,58,730 voters in 14,975 polling centres. Of then, 2,904 polling centres are in urban areas and 12,071 in rural areas. There are a total of 26,409 polling booths.
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