After the Congress is defeated in the legislative elections, Raghu Sharma steps down as governor of Gujarat.

Raghu Sharma resigned from the post of in-charge of Gujarat to the Indian National Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge . Sharma said in his resignation letter that I take moral responsibility for the Congress parties surprising defeat in the assembly elections .

New Delhi, December 8: On Thursday, Congress Gujarat in-charge Raghu Sharma resigned from the post of in-charge of Gujarat to the Indian National Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge.Sharma said in his resignation letter that I take moral responsibility for the Congress parties' surprising defeat in the assembly elections.BJP has already surpassed its best record of 127 seats in the 182-member Gujarat assembly, which was held by Narendra Modi as chief minister, but also the Congress's Madhav Singh Solanki government, who took 149 seats in 1985.The counting began in Gujarat at 37 centres spread over 33 districts.

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