Amit Thaker, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) candidate from Ahmedabads Vejalpur, expressed doubt in the party . Hardik Patel, a candidate for the Bharatiya Janata Party, said earlier today that his party would gain over 130 seats, the most by the party to date, in the Gujarat Assembly elections .
Ahmedabad, Gujarat, December 8: Amit Thaker, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) candidate from Ahmedabads Vejalpur, expressed doubt in the party, who has a huge following in Gujarat, remarking that the people of the state must continue to develop.Thaker said in a statement to Reuters that no other party has come between PM Modi and Gujarat for 27 years.Gujarat's development is a model.Gujarat's people must advance further.Gujarat has earned its place in the United Kingdom thanks to PM Modi.According to the district magistrate of Ahmedabad, Dhaval Patel, the double-engine government will achieve a large majority.The counting of votes began on Thursday at 8 a.m. on the 182 seats of the state, and was conducted under tight control.For the police, a separate command room has been established.Everything is working fine. For a more secure counting experience, three layers of fencing have been developed.Hardik Patel, a candidate for the Bharatiya Janata Party, said earlier today that state police, state reserve police, and CAPF have been stationed in Gujarat and said that his party would gain over 130 seats, the most by the party to date, in the Gujarat Assembly elections, and that the BJP will undoubtedly form the government for the seventh straight term.We will have 135 to 145 seats and we are definitely going to form the government.Do you have any doubts?Patel said that the people trust the BJP because the group has provided stability and stability to the people during its reign, and that it has also fulfilled the people's needs. People are aware that the BJP met their needs.They press Lotus as their future will be secure under the BJP.According to him, it enhanced public image&strengthened public confidence.Hardik Patel, who was earlier in Congress, contested from Viramgam, one of the 182 assembly constituencies.Patel, who switched from Congress to the BJP in June, was defeated by Congress Lakha Bharwad and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Amarsinh Thakore.Meanwhile, the counting of votes took place in the Morbi district, which included Morbi Maliya, Tankara Paddhari, and Wankaner Kuvadva, which claimed over 130 lives.The result showed a clear victory for the incumbent BJP