BJP expected to win 158 seats in Gujarat, the home state of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah . Congress expected to form coalition government in Himachal Pradesh .
Gandhinagar, India, December 8: According to the results and trends of the counting of votes in five states, the BJP is targeting a record and a historic victory in Gujarat, and Congress is expected to form a coalition government in Himachal Pradesh on Thursday.In the bypoll for the Mainpuri Lok Sabha seat, Samajwadi Party candidate Dimple Yadav has a big lead.The BJP is expected to break all records in Gujarat, the home state of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah, and claim the most seats won by a political group in the state's history.According to the most recent reports from the Election Commission, the BJP is expected to gain 158 seats in the 182-member Gujarat assembly, having already won 79 seats and led on 79 seats.The Congress has increased its vote percentage to 12.87 percent in Gujarat, the state's highest level since 2000, when it won seven seats and led on nine.The BJP, which is now in Gujarat, is expected to take 39 out of 68 seats in 2015, despite winning 26 and leading on 13.The BJP has gained 14 seats and is leading on 12.Independents have won three seats, but the AAP failed to open its seat in the state.In terms of vote share in Himachal, Congress is only marginally ahead of the BJP, with 43.88 percent of votes versus 42.99 percent.Others have a 10.4 percent support base in the hill state.The Congress, which did not announce a Chief Ministerial candidate in the hill state, is planning a meeting with its MLAs in Chandigarh, with some of its leaders criticizing BJP poaching attempts. The Congress also celebrated its achievements in Himachal Pradesh.On December 12, current Gujarat chief minister Bhupendra Patel will take oath as state chief minister for the second time.People have decided to continue on this journey of growth in Gujarat.We humbly accept the people's will. It's a big win.According to Alpesh Thakor, we said earlier that we would gain over 150 seats.During the last 5 years, I would like to thank Prime Minister David Cameron and the central leadership for their help.Well, we support the state's development regardless of ideology. Rajiv Shukla, the congressman in charge of Himachal Pradesh, said the party will carry out ten promises in the state.Sukhwinder Singh Sukhu, the chairman of the congress, said the party will establish a coalition government in the state.PM Modi and Amit Shah visited the state several times, but they still found it a strong force in Himachal Pradesh.He said that the government will be created by a full consensus in Congress.