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Updated : 59 min ago IST
After all the exit polls show positive trends for the BJP in Gujarat assembly elections, state party headquarters Shree Kamalam is geared up for celebrations.
Updated : 6 hours, 23 min ago IST
"I thank all voters coming out in good numbers whole process of elections is completed peacefully. We are sure a historic win will be recorded," said CR Patil.
Updated : 21 hours, 3 min ago IST
"According to our analysis, there is a very good possibility of the BJP forming the government with a comfortable majority," Jairam Thakur said.
Updated : 21 hours, 58 min ago IST
"Voting for the Gujarat Assembly elections was completed in a peaceful atmosphere. Everyone voted very enthusiastically, from youth to women to elders, making this festival of democracy worthwhile. I express my heartfelt Thank to all the voters for this," tweeted Chief Minister Bhupendra Pat
Updated : 22 hours, 58 min ago IST
According to the Election Commission data, Sabarkantha district recorded the highest voter turnout at 65.84 per cent, while Ahmedabad recorded the lowest voter turnout at 53.84 per cent.
Updated : 23 hours, 36 min ago IST
Addressing the press at the end of polling in the final phase, Bharathi said, "Senior citizens above 80 years of age voted and even disabled came out in numbers to vote. Wheelchairs were arranged for them."
Updated : 23 hours, 50 min ago IST
Polling for the second and final phase of the Gujarat Assembly Elections for 93 Assembly constituencies across 14 districts of north and central Gujarat was held amid tight security arrangements on Monday.
Updated : 1 day ago IST
Gandhinagar witnessed a 59.14 per cent voter turnout, Anand recorded a voter turnout of 59.04 per cent, Arvalli 60.18 per cent, Banaskantha 65.65 per cent, Chhotaudepur 62.04 per cent, Dahod 55.80 per cent and Kheda 62.65 per cent.
Updated : 1 day, 1 hour ago IST
Congress leader Bharat Solanki on Monday claimed that the party has received massive support during the first phase of polling in Gujarat.
Gujarat witnessed a voter turnout of 50.51 per cent till 3 pm in the ongoing second phase of the state Assembly elections on Monday.
Updated : 1 day, 3 hours ago IST
Aam Aadmi Party chief ministerial candidate Isudan Gadhvi cast his vote in the second phase of the Gujarat Assembly elections and said that he expects his party to win over 100 seats.
Updated : 1 day, 5 hours ago IST
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's mother Heeraben Modi cast her vote for the second phase of the Gujarat Assembly polls on Monday.