Speaking at an election rally in central Gujarat’s tribal-dominated town of Dahod, Modi asked why the Congress did not support Murmu in the presidential election, if the opposition party was so concerned about tribals. He told a rally in Mehsana that the “Congress model” meant nepotism, casteism, communalism and vote bank politics. Meanwhile, Home Minister Amit Shah, who was also in Gujarat, attacked the Congress, saying taking activist Medha Patkar along with Rahul Gandhi during his Bharat Jodi visit was the “biggest insult” to the people of Gujarat by the opposition party. .
The Prime Minister on Wednesday said he expected a record voter turnout in the upcoming state elections in Gujarat, especially among youth and first-time voters. Modi’s remarks came after Jam Saheb Shatrushalya Singhji, a scion of the Jamnagar royal family, voted at his residence on Monday in the presence of the deputy collector and other election officials.
As the Gujarat election battle intensifies, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has also stepped up its campaigning in the state. AAP MP Raghav Chadha on Wednesday compared Gabbar’s terror to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s influence on the corrupt in election-bound Gujarat, using an analogy from the 1975 film.
There is a dialogue in the movie Sholay – ‘So ja beta or else Gabbar aa jayega’. Today when a corrupt man cries for miles in Gujarat, his mother tells him, ‘to ja beta otherwise Kejriwal will come’ and will put you in jail. Rally in Kankrej ndtv informed of.
AAP is contesting all 182 seats in Gujarat for the first time in the elections to be held next month. In its election manifesto, it promised improved quality of education in government schools, free electricity, access to water and free healthcare. It also announced a monthly allowance of Rs 1,000 to all women above the age of 18 if elected to power.
Gujarat assembly elections will be held in two phases on December 1 and 5 and the results will come on December 8.
mcd polls 2022
Attacking the BJP, Delhi Deputy CM and AAP leader Manish Sisodia on Wednesday said the party has “failed” to discharge its primary responsibility of maintaining cleanliness during its 15-year tenure in the civic body and the people of Delhi are “smashed”. Will give response” to the coming elections.
AAP has raised the issue of waste management in Delhi to wrest power from the three-time winner BJP in the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) elections.
Addressing public meetings in the wards of Harkesh Nagar, Pul Prahladpur and Tughlakabad, Sisodia said that the citizens of the national capital are ‘disappointed’ with the civic body and will elect a party that works for development this time.
“Cleanliness in Delhi was the main responsibility of the MCD but they miserably failed to manage it. Instead, they gave three mountains of garbage to the capital.” Meanwhile, AAP’s star campaigners, including ministers Sisodia and Gopal Rai, held 60 public meetings in the national capital to woo voters.
The AAP on Wednesday kicked off the second phase of its campaign for the MCD polls with music, magic shows and street plays. Its star campaigners will also hold 1,000 street meetings to woo voters.
Meanwhile, the BJP is also ramping up its campaign and will on Sunday launch a massive voter outreach campaign in 250 municipal wards in the national capital with door-to-door visits of Union ministers and chief ministers to seek support for party candidates.
Delhi BJP chief Adesh Gupta said the campaign aims to reach out to people with the help of over one lakh party leaders and workers along with Union ministers and chief ministers.
Elections to the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) will be held on December 4.
Himachal Pradesh Election 2022
Top Congress leaders in Himachal Pradesh are reportedly camping in the capital for the chief minister’s post, as internal surveys have indicated that the party will win a majority in the state assembly polls. The counting of votes for the Himachal elections is scheduled to take place on December 8. A senior leader said that they are confident of winning 42 to 46 seats in the state, ANI reported on Wednesday. He said that some independent MLAs are also in touch, who are expected to die in the struggle.
Former state president and campaign committee chief Sukhwinder Singh Sukhu is going to meet senior leaders in Delhi, while party MP from Mandi and former Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh’s wife Pratibha Singh and her son Vikramaditya have also proposed to visit the national capital. ANI.
Himachal Pradesh went to polls on November 12 for the 68-seat assembly and the state recorded a voter turnout of 75.6 per cent, breaking the 2017 record.
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