Gujarat Assembly Election Live Result 2019

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Gujarat Assembly Election Live Result 2019

Election Results 2019: BJP will be hoping to make a clean sweep in Gujarat as the counting begins today for the Lok Sabha elections 2019. According to the India Today-My Axis India Exit Poll, the saffron party may possibly win all 26 seats in the state, while Congress is expected to win 1 seat maximum if it opens its account. In the previous general election, Narendra Modi came to power at the Centre and the BJP had won all the 26 seats in Gujarat. However, this time anti-incumbency in the state has been rising due to demonetisation, hasty implementation of GST, land acquisition issues and declining industrial production, which could affect the BJP vote-share.

Voters in Ahmedabad (both east and west), Gandhinagar, Vadodara, Surat and Rajkot have historically supported Modi for development initiatives in their cities. Thanks to which, the BJP has a strong base in urban Gujarat. Additionally, city municipalities and local civic bodies are also run by the saffron party in the state. But outside the urban space, caste politics play an important role. On the other hand, Congress saw a revival during the 2018's assembly election campaign and witnessed Rahul Gandhi campaigning in PM Modi's home state. The state also witnessed a massive shift in elector's support when Hardik Patel joined the grand old party.

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Gujarat Lok Sabha elections 2019 Voting LIVE: In the third phase of Lok Sabha elections on Tuesday, voting is underway in all 26 constituencies of Gujarat. Prime Minister Narendra Modi cast his vote from Ahmedabad constituency today after paying a visit to his mother in Gandhinagar in Gujarat. He urged voters to turn up in large numbers and exercise their franchise. BJP chief Amit Shah also voted from Gandhinagar. He is contesting Lok Sabha elections for the first time.

Valsad recorded the highest voter turnout with 70 percent.
53.38 percent on Kutch seat,
61.44 percent on Banaskantha,
58.91 percent on Patan,
61.16 percent on Mehsana,
61.91 percent on Sabarkantha seat,
61.18 percent on Gandhinagar seat,
55.51 percent on Ahmedabad East,
55.12 on Ahmedabad West,
53.40 on Surendranagar,
Rajkot. 58.03 percent,
Porbandar 52.72,
Jamnagar 57.34 percent,
Junagadh 55.97 percent,
Amreli 51.48 percent,
Bhavnagar 53.38 percent,
Anand 62.88 percent,
Kheda 56.56 percent,
Panchmahal 56.84 percent,
Dahod 62.40 percent,
Vadodara 63.57 percent ,
64.12 percent on Chhotaudepur,
BHARUCH 69.42 per cent,
69.01 per cent at Bardoli,
Surat 60.84 percent,
63.29 percent, Navsari,
Valsad was recorded at 70.61 per cent.

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