Today is the last day for the campaigning of the first phase of Gujarat Elections 2017. As Gujarat elections to be held in just two days and both the major parties have already extended their campaign across the state. On the last day of elections campaigning Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the scheduled caste and scheduled tribes members of the BJP in Gujarat; he will also listen to their concerns on the Cyclone Ockhi that may hit the poll-bound state. As per the reports, PM Modi conducted 14 rallies ahead of the Gujarat elections. Now, from today both the Congress and BJP will get a break from campaigning process of polls.

However, the first phase of the Gujarat Elections 2017 to be held on 9th December and the second phase of the election to held on 14th December. The election commision has scheduled the countings of Gujarat election and Himachal elections on 18th December 2017. The first phase of the Gujarat will hold the elections for total 89 seats out of 182. And some key districts of the Gujarat which mark the polls are Junagadh, Amreli, Morbi, Kutch, Rajkot and Sundernagar.

The Gujarat elections are going to be the head to head fight between BJP and Congress. On one side BJP fighting with the development agenda and projecting their work to fight the battle of anti-incumbency. While Congress is focusing on exposing BJP’s agenda and waiving farm loan; the Congress also providing the special reservation for Patel’s because of social partnership with leaders like Hardik Patel.

The Gujarat elections 2017 is touted to be a big fight between BJP the home state from PM Modi and Congress who have lost throne for over two decades. The votings will conduct to choose around 977 candidates including 57 women from different political parties as well as independents. Also, the election commission has set up around 24, 689 polling station across the state.

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