BJP Candidate List 2022 Gujarat
The BJP on Thursday announced the candidates’ list for the forthcoming Gujarat Assembly Elections 2022. Chief Minsiter Bhupendra Bhai Patel to contest the elections from Ghatlodiya constituency.
Chief Minsiter Bhupendra Bhai Patel to contest from Ghatlodiya constituency
Gujarat Home Minister Harsh Sanghavi will contest elections from Majura constituency
Kantilal Amratiya to contest from Morbi
Hardik Patel to contest from Viramgam
Kumar Kanani to contest from Varachha
Cricketer Ravindrasinh jadeja’s wife Rivaba Jadeja to contest from Jamnagar North constituency
Congress Candidate List 2022 Gujarat
Former Gujarat Congress chief Arjun Modhwadiya has been pitched from Porbandar, Himanshu Patel from Gandhinagar South and Hiteshbhai Vora from Rajkot South, as per the list.
The list of candidates was released after party’s central election committee (CEC) meeting which was chaired by Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge with the agenda of finalizing names of candidates for the state assembly elections.
Instead of sitting MLA Bhavesh Katara, the party has chosen Mitesh Garasiya from Jhalod. Garasiya was the Congress MLA from 2012-17.
The first list of candidates features seven women, including Yagnik. Some former MLAs also managed to get tickets this time.
Vadodara Congress leader Narendra Ravat’s wife and leader of opposition in the BJP-ruled Vadodara Municipal Corporation Amee Ravat has been chosen for the Sayajigunj seat of the city.
AAP Candidate List 2022 Gujarat
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Tuesday released its twelveth list of candidates for the upcoming Gujarat elections 2022. With the new list, a total of 158 names of candidates have been released so far. The party said it will contest on all 182 seats in the upcoming Gujarat Assembly polls. Assembly elections in the BJP-ruled state are slated to be held in December this year.
Gujarat, which has historically witnessed a bipolar battle between the Congress and the BJP is witnessing a new challenge in the form of the AAP. Having stormed to power in Punjab, winning 92 of the 117 seats, AAP has now set sight on Gujarat, the home state of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home minister Amit Shah. The party’s national convener Arvind Kejriwal has been aggressively campaigning in the state.