Gujarat elections: Challenge of returning to power

Gujarat elections
Gujarat elections

New Delhi : The bugle of Gujarat assembly elections sounded. Polling for 182 assembly seats in the state will be held on December 1 and 5 and the results will be declared on December 8. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which has been in power in the state for the last 24 years, has a challenge to return to power this time as well. At the same time, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and Congress will enter the fray with full force to make this contest triangular.

BJP in this assembly election based on the steps taken by the state and central government for the development, national security, facilities available to the common man, work done for the welfare of the poor and marginalized sections and empowerment of agriculture and farmers. dropped in between.

At the same time, the opposition AAP and Congress have been continuously trying to surround the ruling BJP on these issues despite the difficulties faced by the farmers, the return of agricultural laws. The opposition parties are constantly attacking the BJP by accusing the government of being reluctant to waive the loans of the farmers.

After Delhi, the Aam Aadmi Party’s spirits have become more elevated since it came to power in Punjab. He sees a big opportunity for himself in Gujarat. This is the reason why Aam Aadmi Party’s convener Arvind Kejriwal and his party leaders are constantly touring the whole of Gujarat and making a flurry of promises to create an atmosphere in their favor. At the same time, the Congress has been working for a long time on the strategy to make its inroads in the rural areas without any noise.

The issue of unemployment in Gujarat is also being continuously fueled by the opposition parties. By making the issue of low employment opportunities an issue, the opposition parties are constantly trying to woo the youth in their favor. The opposition is constantly trying to make the delay in the recruitment examinations also an election issue. Along with this, the ruling party is also on the target of the opposition regarding the continuous increase in the prices of petroleum products, the prices of food items.

Earlier in the year 2017 also, Gujarat had voted in two phases. The first phase of elections was held on December 9 and the second phase on December 14. The BJP had won the election results on December 18.

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