A new government has been elected in Gujarat. Bhupendra Patel was sworn in as the 18th Chief Minister of Gujarat amidst huge crowds. Prime Minister Narendra Modi bowed his head to the people from such a platform. For the seventh time in a row in Gujarat, they did so as a mark of respect to the people who put their faith in them and gave them power. This video is going viral. BJP won 154 out of 182 seats in Gujarat assembly elections.
It was a well-prepared stage for the new government in Gujarat. Union Ministers and all Athiratha Maharathas from BJP-ruled states have graced the stage. Prime Minister Narendra Modi bowed his head to the people from such a platform. He expressed his gratitude to the voters in Gujarat who had trusted him and given him a big majority. In the recently concluded assembly elections in Gujarat, the Bharatiya Janata Party created history by retaining power for the seventh time. Breaking all previous records. It won 156 seats out of 182 seats. Congress and Aam Aadmi Party remained invincible leaving no hope.
Narendra Modi is leaving no stone unturned to ensure that his home state Gujarat does not slip out of the hands of the party. Participated in back-to-back rallies, grand roadshows and public meetings. Led the campaign. After the swearing-in ceremony today, Prime Minister Modi greeted the people and joined hands in salutation to the people who have given Gujarat a victory that no party has seen before. The fans cheered. On this occasion slogans like ‘Modi, Modi..’
“Gujarat results prove how strong is the common man’s desire for a developed India. The message is clear that people will put faith in BJP whenever the country faces any challenge,” said PM Modi after the results.
This is the highest number of seats won by any party since the formation of the state of Gujarat in 1960 (156). While Congress won 17 seats in this election, AAP, newly entered in Gujarat, won 5 assembly seats. It is noteworthy that AAP, which won 12 percent votes overall in the Gujarat elections, has qualified to become a national party.
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