Gujarat Assembly Election 2022: 48% Turnouts In Gujarat Assembly Polls
The first phase of the Gujarat elections begins today. 89 seats in 19 southern Gujarat districts are up for election. However, the second-phase campaign has also begun.
Voting for the first phase of the Gujarat elections is now taking place today, or Thursday. In total, 89 seats are up for election in 19 districts in southern Gujarat, including Saurashtra-Kutch. On the other side, the second phase’s campaign has also begun in the interim.
The Gujarat Assembly’s first round of voting has already started. 34.48% of eligible voters have turned out as of 1 pm.
In the days leading up to phase 2, Union Minister Amit Shah and Prime Minister Narendra Modi went on the campaign route.
As of 3 p.m. in the first phase of the Gujarat Elections 2022, 48.48% of eligible voters had cast ballots.
According to PM Modi, the Gujarati people currently have faith in the BJP, and if there is faith, there is no loss of blessings.
He added that Congress promoted the “Garibi Hatao” motto, but as a result of its misinforming the populace, poverty increased throughout its leadership.
The Modi effect is unstoppable in the prime minister’s home state even in the current elections, despite the BJP’s 27-year rule in Gujarat and eight years after Narendra Modi moved to Delhi as prime minister after leading the state as chief minister for 13 years.
As the state casts its ballots in Phase 1 on Thursday, the media reporters spoke with senior BJP and government officials to better understand the five pillars of Modi’s “Gujarat model,” which have helped him maintain his popularity there and helped the BJP win the most votes.
Narmada water connecting with people in villages, peace and security for 20 years, the school system leading to a high literacy rate, assistance for the dairy industry, and a high-quality tourism circuit are some of the long-standing advantages for people.
As one travels through Gujarat, one observes more and more talk about these concerns, which continue to attract support for the BJP based on Narendra Modi’s persona.
PM Modi has now also become the head of G20 countries by representing India at the International level.