PM Modi said why victory in Gujarat is special for BJP, Shah said –

The Bharatiya Janata Party has been upset by the bumper victory in the Gujarat civic polls. Prime Minister Narendra Modi described the victory as a special one for the BJP, while Home Minister Amit Shah said the BJP had won from Leh-Ladakh to Hyderabad and now it was Bengal’s turn. The BJP has won the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) elections in six metropolitan polls and won the lotus seat in 449 seats.

Commenting on the BJP’s victory, PM Modi said, “Today’s victory is very special in Gujarat. It is a tribute to a party that has been marking such an unprecedented victory in the state for more than 2 decades.

At the same time, “Thank you Gujarat! The results of the statewide municipal elections clearly show the people’s firm belief in development and good governance politics. Thank you again to the people of the state for trusting the BJP. Gujarat is always an honor to serve.”

Home Minister and former BJP president Amit Shah, who was happy with the victory in Gujarat, said the BJP had won almost 85% of the seats. In this election, the Congress lost badly and won just 44 seats. In Bhavnagar Corporation alone, the BJP has won 44 seats.

Shah said Gujarat once again occupied the Bharatiya Janata Party bastion. The BJP continues the development journey led by Modi Ji. Today’s results are the best in Gujarat. The Home Minister said, “Opposition parties have tried to create a lot of misconceptions across the country such as the peasant movement and corona. Every misconception is broken. The results are one by one. From Leh Ladakh to Hyderabad, from Gujarat to Bengal now, the results are good. The BJP won under Modi Ji.