BJP national president JP Nadda, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal urge people to vote in large numbers . The election is being held in 89 constituencies that are spread across 19 districts in Kutch, Saurashtra, and South Gujarat .
New Delhi, India, December 1: On Thursday, BJP national president JP Nadda, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal urged people to vote in large numbers for stability, growth, and prosperity in Gujarat.I urge all my brothers and sisters to vote in large numbers for peace, growth, and prosperity in the state; it is the single largest contributor to growth.According to Union Home Minister Amit Shah, your participation in this huge festival of democracy will contribute to the development of a prosperous Gujarat.Gujarat has become synonymous with growth and stability in recent decades, which each Indian can proudly declare.Shah said in a tweet that I am calling on the participants in the first phase to vote with unwavering enthusiasm and numbers to continue this growth journey.Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel said he and Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a telephone meeting.Prime Minister Narendrabhai Modi had also a telephonic meeting with me in this regard and wished me well, Patel tweeted.Rahul Gandhi, the party's president, has issued an a tweet encouraging Gujarat's brothers and sisters to vote...for jobs, cheap gas cylinder, loan waiver for farmers, for a sustainable Gujarat future, vote in large numbers, and make this festival of democracy a success.You have a golden opportunity, do vote for the better future of Gujarat and your children, this time do something significant, said Delhi CM Deepak Chopra. Appeal to all Gujaratians: Vote for a free education for every child, a job for every youth, and healthy health services for every individual.Sisodia tweeted on Thursday that only your family and the whole state of Gujarat will progress and prosper on the basis of your vote.The election is being held in 89 constituencies that are spread across 19 districts in Kutch, Saurashtra, and South Gujarat.A total of 2,39,76,670 voters will vote by 5 p.m. today to determine the fate of 788 candidates who are in the fray for the first phase. Nearly 9.8 lakh senior citizens (80+) and almost 10,000 people who are 100 or higher are eligible to vote, according to the European Commission.According to the EC, there are 5,74,560 people who are between 18 and 19 years old, while 4,945 people are over 99 years old.There are 14,382 voting centers, of which 3,311 are in the urban areas and 11,071 in the rural areas, including former Gujarat Chief Minster Bhupendra Patel from Majura, AAP Chief Ministerial candidate Isudan Gadhvi from Khambhaliya, Rivaba Jadeja from Jamnagar North, Kunwarji Bavaliya from Morbi, and Jayesh Radadiya from Jetpur.On the same day, the results of the Himalayan Pradesh assembly elections will be announced.