Battle of States set to begin as EC announce schedule for Gujarat, Himachal polls at 15:00

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The last parliamentary elections were held in December 2017. After the elections, the BJP emerged victorious and formed the state government, with Vijay Rupani taking over as prime minister.

Similarly, general elections were held in Himachal Pradesh in November 2017. After the elections, the BJP formed the government with Jai Ram Thakur as prime minister.

While the elections for Gujarat’s 182 seats were held in two phases, Himachal Pradesh had witnessed a single phase election for 68 seats.

The model code will come into effect once the two countries’ timetables have been announced. This is a set of guidelines issued by the electoral body for political parties and candidates to be followed during elections, mainly in relation to speeches, election day, polling booths, portfolios, election calls, processions and general conduct.

The BJP has been in power in Gujarat for 27 years, except for a 17-month period when the party’s rebel faction, Shankersinh Vaghela, held the fort with the support of Congress.

For the BJP, Gujarat must be preserved if the 2024 electoral war is to be waged freely for a third term.

Gujarat is heating up with campaigns ahead of the announcement of assembly election dates, with prominent political leaders such as Narendra Modi, Arvind Kejriwal and Rahul Gandhi visiting the state.

Gujarat’s towns and villages are covered with banners advertising political parties.

PM Modi was in Gujarat for two days this week to inaugurate/lay the groundwork for projects worth over 27,000 crore in cities like Surat, Bhavnagar, Ahmedabad and Ambaji. He also started Ahmedabad’s metro train service and India’s third Vande Bharat Express from Gandhinagar to Mumbai.

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