Gujarat Assembly Election 2022: In an interview, Shah said that the popularity of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the development of Gujarat during his tenure as the Chief Minister of the state and the zero appeasement policy have made the BJP win again and again in the last 27 years.
Gujarat Election News: The election battle of Gujarat has reached the semi-finals. All political parties have given their full strength. The candidates are going door-to-door seeking votes from the voters. Each party is claiming its own victory. Meanwhile, Union Home Minister Amit Shah has taunted the Aam Aadmi Party. Ignoring the challenge in the Gujarat assembly elections, Amit Shah claimed that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) might not even be able to open its account. He said that the announcement by the state unit of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to set up an anti-radicalisation cell is a good initiative, which the Center and other states can consider. Voting will be held in Gujarat in two phases on 1 and 5 December. The results will be announced on 8 December.
- The reason given for BJP’s victory
In an interview, Shah said that the popularity of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the development of Gujarat during his tenure as the chief minister of the state and the zero appeasement policy have made the BJP win again and again in the last 27 years. He said, ‘BJP will register an unprecedented victory in Gujarat. People have full faith in our party and our leader Prime Minister Narendra Modi. On the question of AAP’s entry in the Gujarat assembly elections, Shah said, “Every party has the right to contest elections, but it depends on the people whether they accept the party or not.” He said, ‘AAP does not stay anywhere in the minds of the people of Gujarat. Wait for the election results, maybe the name of ‘AAP’ candidates will not come in the list of successful candidates.
- Shah said – Congress is the main opposition party
The Congress has been the main rival of the BJP in Gujarat, while the AAP, led by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, has launched an aggressive campaign in Modi’s home state. On the challenge being faced by the Congress, Shah said, “Congress is still the main opposition party, but it is going through a crisis at the national level and its effect is visible in Gujarat as well.”