Rupani claims minister – Bengal wins BJP, Assembly elections ahead of time in Gujarat

The political influence of the Assembly elections in West Bengal has reached Gujarat. If the Bharatiya Janata Party succeeds in winning Bengal, the Gujarat government has said on Sunday that it could be ahead of time. Let us tell you that the elections will be held in Bengal in eight stages from March 27. Voting will take place on May 2. The current term of the Gujarat Assembly is till December next year.

Speaking to reporters at Umargam in Valsad district of south Gujarat, state forest and tribal affairs minister Raman Patkar said the BJP’s victory in the Bengal elections would be favorable for Gujarat’s election. BJP is winning elections everywhere, ”he said.

“While the BJP is winning from all sides, the party’s parliamentary council and the state and national leadership understand that it is better to hold elections in Gujarat in this favorable environment,” he said. If the BJP wins in West Bengal, Gujarat may declare its election in a short time, Patkar said.

Patkar’s statement comes after the BJP won the local bodies elections in the state recently. The party won 90 percent of the seats in local bodies elections. The saffron party won 196 seats in all six municipalities, 75 out of 81 municipalities, all 31 district panchayats and 236 taluka panchayats.