BJP’s UP civic polls win uplifted the Gujarat election campaign. This historic win of Yogi Adityanath in Uttar Pradesh will help Bharatiya Janta Party to waive their saffron flag in Gujarat elections 2017. As Gujarat election is just on the head has left with a week to go. The curiosity among people and ministers have increased with the time. And the campaign of both major parties BJP and Congress is on edge. Both of them are trying to encourage people with focusing on agendas like development, economy and quota. On one side BJP party is campaigning with Vikas agenda while Congress agenda is to expose BJP’s development agenda.
Therefore, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi in his speech continuously targeting PM Modi’s initiatives like GST and demonetisation. He had also named GST as Gabbar Singh Tax. Also, during the campaign, the party has put the Karnataka model in line with Gujarat model. The Congress party is trying to convince people that despite the great potential Gujarat has not achieved anything.
Both parties have set their agendas to the people before elections. The Gujarat election to begin from 9th December and second phase will conduct on 14th December. And the result will be announced on 18th December along with the Himachal Pradesh elections result.