Lok Sabha Elections-2019

BJP-Congress written fight outlines finish of debate in Gujarat, polls on Apr 23

Campaigning for 26 Lok Sabha seats in Gujarat finished during 5pm Sunday, with a final day of canvassing saying Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressing a convene in Patan in a northern partial of a state and BJP arch Amit Shah holding a roadshow in Gandhinagar.

During campaigning, a dual principal parties in a state, a statute BJP and a antithesis Congress, exchanged hostile barbs, with leaders from both groups exuding certainty of a good showing.

The BJP had swept all 26 seats in a state in a 2014 Lok Sabha polls.

Campaigning for 4 Assembly bypolls in Dhrangadhra, Manavadar, Unjha and Jamnagar (Rural) seats also finished Sunday along with that of a Lok Sabha elections.

The Talala Assembly bypoll, that was to be hold concurrently on Apr 23, was, however, stayed by a Supreme Court.

Among a star campaigners, PM Modi progressing hold rallies in Amreli, Anand, Surendranagar, Himmatnagar and Junagadh, besides Patan on Sunday.

Congress arch Rahul Gandhi addressed check gatherings in Vanthali in Junagadh, Bhuj in Kutch district, Mahuva in Bhavnagar and Bardoli in south Gujarat, including in Tapi district in south Gujarat on Friday.

Shah, who is contesting from Gandhinagar Lok Sabha seat, hold rallies and roadshows in Banaskantha, Kodinar, Chhota Udepur districts among others.

Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani lonesome all 26 Lok Sabha seats during a three-week debate while Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel and other cupboard colleagues also pitched in for a statute BJP.

The Congress also deployed cricketer-turned-politician Navjot Singh Sidhu, actor-turned-politician Shatrughan Sinha, who recently left a BJP to join a antithesis party, and actor Ameesha Patel to drum adult support for a candidates.

The BJP leaders who campaigned in Gujarat enclosed Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, and Union ministers Sushma Swaraj, Smriti Irani and Nirmala Sitharaman.

Patidar share spearhead Hardik Patel, who assimilated a Congress, campaigned for a celebration in several places though his devise to competition from Jamnagar Lok Sabha chair was nixed after courts refused to stay his self-assurance in a rioting case.

Article source: https://www.business-standard.com/article/elections/bjp-congress-verbal-war-marks-end-of-campaign-in-gujarat-polls-on-april-23-119042100421_1.html


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