After Gujarat's historic victory, PM Modi praises the BJP's top karyakartas.

PM Narendra Modi called every BJP Gujarat party worker champion . PM Modi said in a tweet that this monumental victory would never be possible without the exceptional hard work of our Karyakartas .

New Delhi, December 8: Prime Minister Narendra Modi called every BJP Gujarat party worker champion on Thursday, in the aftermath of a historic win in the state assembly elections.I would like to thank all of you @BJP4GujaratKaryakartas for your service.PM Modi said in a tweet that this monumental victory would never be possible without the exceptional hard work of our Karyakartas, who are the true strength of our Party.I want to say that each of you is a champion to all of you hardworking @BJP4Gujarat Karyakartas.This historic victory would not have been possible without the outstanding hard work of our Karyakartas, who are the true strength of our Party.Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) (@narendramodi) December 8, 2022 PM After the election results, Modi continued to support Gujarat's Jan Shakti.

People applauded development theories while simultaneously expressing the hope that this momentum will grow at a greater rate.In a subsequent tweet, he said, I bow to Gujarats Jan Shakti.Thank you Gujarat for your kindness.After the dazzling election results, I am overcome with a lot of emotions.

I bow to Gujarats Jan Shakti, the chief of Gujarati tribes.Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) December 8, 2022The BJP is expected to record all electoral victories in Gujarat, the home state of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah, and will win the highest number of seats in the state's 182-member assembly, having already won 79 seats and led on 79 seats.The Aam Aadmi Party has made its debut in the state assembly, winning two seats and leading on two more.The BJP has boosted its vote percentage to 12.87 percent, breaking its previous record of 127 seats in Gujarat, where it dominated for the first time in 2002, with Narendra Modi as chief minister, but also surpassed the Congress's 149 seats record of 1985, according to state BJP chief CR Paatil.The new chief minister of Gujarat will be sworn in at 2 p.m. on December 12, when the party won its first Assembly polls by a remarkable On September 12, 2021, he was elected as the chairman of the BJP legislative group.

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