Bhupendra Patel, the governor of Gujarat, tends to resign.

Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel resigned to Governor Acharya Devvrat on Friday . Patel will take the oath of chief minister to the same extent on December 12 .

Gandhinagar (Gujarat) India – November 9 – Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel resigned to Governor Acharya Devvrat on Friday after his party (the BJP) secured a historic victory in the State Assembly elections ahead of his new administration.Patel will take the oath of chief minister to the same extent on December 12, according to BJP state president CR Paatil, who said earlier on Friday that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah will attend the swearing-in.On Thursday, Patel resigned from the Bharatiya Janata Party in Gandhinagar after winning 156 out of the total 182 seats in Gujarat, the BJP's seventh consecutive Assembly poll win.Congress came in second with 17 seats, while the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), Gujarat's first electoral entrant, gained 5 seats, while the Samajwadi Party (SP) won a lone seat, and three Independent candidates, too, achieved victories.

Gujarat has two of its chief ministers-Anandiben Patel and the current CM-in this constituency.Isudan Gadhvi, the AAP CM candidate, lost the Khambhaliya seat to BJP candidate Hardasbhai Bera by 19,000 votes.Harsh Sanghavi, the Gujarats MoS Home,, won the Majura constituency by a margin of 1,16,000.BJP MLA Kishor Kanani defeated AAP candidate Alpesh Kathiriya in the Varachha district, while AAP Gujarat chief Gopal Italia lost his seat to BJPs Vinod Moradiya.

Dhavalsinh Zala, a former BJP MLA who fought as an Independent this time, defeated the ruling parties Bhikhiben Parmar by around 6,000 votes.Jignesh Mevani, a Congress candidate from Vadgam who was trailing during the first round of counting, earned the seat by around 4,000 votes.Arjun Modhwadia, the Congress leader and former Leader of Opposition, defeated BJP candidate Babu Bokhiriya by more than 8,000 votes, while Kandhal Jadeja, who was refused a ticket by the National Congress, won by 4,000 votes.BJP took the Morbi seat, where it had fielded Kantilal Amrutiya, who saved lives and became the nation's hero after the bridge collapse.

Since Independence, the Congress has held these seats.The BJP's Mohan Konkani secured the famous Vyara seat, an increase of 12 seats over the previous elections.In the last Assembly elections in 2017, BJP won 99 seats, while Congress slipped to 77, while NCP, BTP, and Independent candidates gained 1, 2 and 3 seats respectively.

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