Elections 2022 Priyanka Gandhi Addresses a Congress Rally in HP AAP Releases the Eleventh Candidate List for the Gujarat Elections
Election News LIVE Updates for 2022: The eleventh list of candidates for the upcoming Gujarat elections was revealed by the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Monday. The party has so far declared 151 candidates in total. At a public gathering in Una, Himachal Pradesh, which is nearing election day, AICC General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra will speak at one o’clock today. The Congress published their election platform, “Himachal, Himachliyat Aur Hum,” on Saturday.
During his first visit to the state since the announcement of the election date, Prime Minister Modi on Sunday introduced the BJP’s election campaign in Gujarat with a new catchphrase: In Gujarat, he promised, “divisive forces that have spent the past 20 years in a defaming state will be eradicated.”
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Sunday vowed to adopt a uniform civil code (UCC) in Himachal Pradesh before the 2018 assembly elections as part of its “Sankalp Patra 2022” agenda.JP Nadda, the president of the BJP, unveiled the party’s platform, which also called for the construction of 5 new medical schools and the gradual development of 8 lakh new employment.
The Himachal Pradesh populace, according to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has decided to keep the BJP in power. He also expressed optimism that a “double-engine government” will be created in the mountainous state.
In the meantime, the Congress urged voters not to reelect the BJP in the state and provided employment chances for 5 lakh youth, banking on the anti-incumbency factor. Additionally, it has vowed to provide 300 free energy units to the populace, 1,500 monthly compensations for women in the state, and a start-up fund of Rs 680 crores for young people.
Manish Sisodia, a top AAP leader and deputy chief minister of Delhi, has also urged the people of Himachal to support his party and form a “new-engine” administration in the state this time. Elections in Himachal Pradesh take place on November 12 in less than a week.
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Sunday saw the first visit by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to his home state since the impending Gujarat assembly elections were given a date for voting. The prime minister spoke at a rally in the Valsad district before attending the ‘Papa Ni Pari Lagnotsav’ mass wedding ceremony in Bhavnagar, where more than 500 girls who had lost their fathers were later married.
In his 25-minute speech, he not only addressed the crowd but also made them chant the slogan “Aa Gujarat, mai banavyu chhe” (I have made this Gujarat) numerous times.
Gujaratis never accept those who incite hatred, and those divisive forces that have participated in sowing division and hatred, as well as those who have attempted to defame and ridicule Gujarat, have been driven out of Gujarat.
The prime minister made the statement while kicking off the Bharatiya Janata Party’s election campaign in the tribal-dominated Nana Pondha hamlet in Kaprada taluka of Valsad district.
Following a meeting of the party’s central election committee (CEC) presided over by Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge, the Congress unveiled its initial list of 43 candidates for the Gujarat Assembly elections on Friday. In the home state of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, where the saffron party has held power for more than 20 years, the Congress is attempting to remove the BJP from office.
Gujarat will hold elections on December 1 and 5, and results will be tallied on December 8. Due to the Aam Aadmi Party’s participation into the race, the election will be a triangular struggle.