Gujarat elections: The BJP is confident in the candidate in the Dwarka seat because she has been unopposed for 32 years.

Pabubha Manek has never lost an election since 1990 . Manek won the first three races as an outsider (1990, 95, 98), then joined the Congress and won the presidency in 2002 .

India Dwarka (Gujarat) – (India), November 24: In the forthcoming Gujarat assembly elections, the Dwarka Assembly seat should be considered one of the safest bets for the BJP.Pabubha Manek, an MLA who hasn't lost a single election in the last 32 years, is to blame.Manek has been chosen by the BJP to fill Manek's seat for the third time in a row.Pabubha Manek, who has never lost an election since 1990, won the first three races as an outsider (1990, 95, 98), then joined the Congress and won the presidency in 2002.

I have been winning the Dwarka seat for the last eight years, three as an independent candidate, one as a Congress candidate, and now in the BJP.I have a large following among the people here, Manek said.As the people here believe in earning their livelihood, the Aam Aadmi Party has posed a new threat in the upcoming polls, in which it is trying to make its way into the state.Freebies are illegal in Gujarat.

The reality on the ground is that the BJP will win the Khambhalia seat, Manek said when enquiring about AAPs Chief Ministerial candidate Isudan Gadhvi, who is running from the Khambhalia seat and is being viewed as a formidable force against the BJP.Manek said that the youth do not want the grand-old party as they see their future in the BJP, and that the party is also trying to return to power by cashing in on issues like unemployment and the recent Morbi tragedy.The BJP is promoting the growth of the state, and they want us.They see their future in us,' said Manek.

When the country was divided on the basis of race, it sowed the seeds of casteism.But PM Modi has completed it.But the little casteism left will be done by 2024, he said, as referring to the caste factor in the Saurashtra region.Morbi was an accident, killing over 130 people, according to Pabubha Manek of the BJP.Manek received 73,431 votes, while Ahir Markhi received 67,692 votes.

The top three parties received 48.2%, 44.5%, and 1.9%, respectively.

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