Gujarat Assembly elections are won by the BJP, and chief executive Bhupendra Patel sets a record.

BJP wins 156 seats in Gujarat, winning 156 seats, while AAP wins by 1,92,000 votes . BJP wins by a remarkable margin of 1,92,000 votes .

By Ankur GuptaGardhinagar (Gujarat) (India) December 8: On Thursday, the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) made a historic comeback in Gujarat, winning 156 seats, while the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), the new electoral entrant in Gujarat, made history, winning by a remarkable margin of 1,92,000 votes.Gujarat has two of its chief ministers, Anandiben Patel and the current CM.Face of the AAP Isudan Gadhvi lost the Khambhaliya seat to BJP candidate Hardasbhai Bera by 19,000 votes.Harsh Sanghavi, the Gujarat's MoS Home, defeated AAP candidate Alpesh Kathiriya in the Majura constituency by 1,16,000.

Hardik Patel, a former PAAS leader who took over the party as a candidate, secured 49.64 percent of the votes needed to win the Viramgam constituency.Dhavalsinh Zala, a former BJP MLA who ran as an independent this time, defeated the ruling parties Bhikhiben Parmar by about 6,000 votes.Jignesh Mevani, a Congress candidate from Vadgam who was trailing during the early rounds of counting, secured the seat by around 4,000 votes, defeating BJP candidate Babu Bokhiriya by over 8,000 votes, while Kandhal Jadeja, who was refused a ticket by the National Congress, fought on a Samajwadi Party ticket to win.He outsprinted BJPs Dheliben Odedara to the top of the Morbi seat, where the party fielded Kantilal Amrutiya, who saved lives and earned acclaim as the Morbi's hero after the bridge collapse.

Congress has held these seats since Independence.This is the seat held by Mohan Konkani of the BJP in Vyara, which has also won 24 out of 27 ST reserved seats in Gujarat, an increase of 12 seats over the previous elections.The tribals voted BJP in large numbers, including the BJP, for the 7th Assembly election in a row in Gujarat, which was also the first since the state's founding in 1960.In the last Assembly elections in 2017, BJP won 99 seats, while Congress slid close at 77 and NCP, BTP and Independent candidates won 1, 2 and 3 seats respectively, according to BJP state president CR Paatil.

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