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Guj: BJP sweeps local bodies polls, wins 107 out of 123 seats

Press Trust of India  |  Ahmedabad 

In a shot in the arm for after Prime Minister Modi's move and ahead of elections next year, the party swept local bodies elections by capturing 107 seats out of total 123 seats which went for polls in different parts of the state.

Chief Minister hailed the victory as people's endorsement of Modi's two recent steps - surgical strikes across the and demonetisation.



The party won in two municipalities and one taluka along with majority seats of various other local bodies on which voting was held on Sunday. The result were declared today.

captured 107 out of total 123 seats which went for polls in different parts of the state.

Putting a dismal performance ahead of the Assembly polls due next year, the manged to capture only 16 seats in this election.

As per the final result declared by the State Commission, has registered victory in Vapi municipality of Valsad district by capturing 41 out of total 44 seats. Only three seats went to Congress. Vapi municipality was earlier held by BJP.

Similarly, made a near clean sweep in the polls to Kanakpur-Kansad municipality of Surat, where it captured 27 out of 28 seats, leaving only one to Congress. It was also held by earlier.

In Rajkot, snatched Gondal taluka panchayat, which went for mid-term poll, from by winning 18 out of total 22 seats. settled for only four. Earlier, was ruling Gondal taluka panchayat.

The results of the local bodies elections assume significance for the in the run up to the state polls next year, and that they were held just after the of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes by the Centre.

Apart from these three elections, SEC conducted by-elections on 29 seats of various municipalities, taluka panchayats and district panchayats across the state. The bypolls were necessitated as these seats fell vacant due to various reasons.

Out of total 16 seats of different municipalities, bagged 14 while has to settle for only two. Out of the total four seats of district panchayats, both the parties bagged two each. In the taluka by-polls, won on five out of total nine while captured four seats.
Chief Minister hailed the victory

as people's endorsement to Modi's two recent steps - surgical strikes across the and demonetisation.

"This is truly a grand success of BJP, as elections took place in different parts of state representing people from different communities. Thus, we can say that every section of society accepted BJP," said Rupani.

"BJP's victory in can be seen as people's endorsement to Modi's two recent steps - surgical strike across and the move to wipe out black money from the system," he said.

spokesperson Bharat Pandya said that this is a vote for decision of the and negative approach of the to oppose the anti-black money move.

conceded its defeat and vowed to work hard for the people. The opposition party also downplayed BJP's victory, claiming that people's mood can't be judged from such local body polls.

"We accept our defeat. But, must not forget that it was only bypoll on some seats. Results of these polls cannot be taken as the litmus test of people's mood. We will introspect on these results. We will continue to raise issues concerning people," spokesperson Manish Doshi said.

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Guj: BJP sweeps local bodies polls, wins 107 out of 123 seats

In a shot in the arm for BJP after Prime Minister Narendra Modi's demonetisation move and ahead of Gujarat elections next year, the party swept local bodies elections by capturing 107 seats out of total 123 seats which went for polls in different parts of the state. Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani hailed the victory as people's endorsement of Modi's two recent steps - surgical strikes across the LoC and demonetisation. The party won in two municipalities and one taluka panchayat along with majority seats of various other local bodies on which voting was held on Sunday. The result were declared today. BJP captured 107 out of total 123 seats which went for polls in different parts of the state. Putting a dismal performance ahead of the Assembly polls due next year, the Congress manged to capture only 16 seats in this election. As per the final result declared by the Gujarat State Election Commission, BJP has registered victory in Vapi municipality of Valsad district by ... In a shot in the arm for after Prime Minister Modi's move and ahead of elections next year, the party swept local bodies elections by capturing 107 seats out of total 123 seats which went for polls in different parts of the state.

Chief Minister hailed the victory as people's endorsement of Modi's two recent steps - surgical strikes across the and demonetisation.

The party won in two municipalities and one taluka along with majority seats of various other local bodies on which voting was held on Sunday. The result were declared today.

captured 107 out of total 123 seats which went for polls in different parts of the state.

Putting a dismal performance ahead of the Assembly polls due next year, the manged to capture only 16 seats in this election.

As per the final result declared by the State Commission, has registered victory in Vapi municipality of Valsad district by capturing 41 out of total 44 seats. Only three seats went to Congress. Vapi municipality was earlier held by BJP.

Similarly, made a near clean sweep in the polls to Kanakpur-Kansad municipality of Surat, where it captured 27 out of 28 seats, leaving only one to Congress. It was also held by earlier.

In Rajkot, snatched Gondal taluka panchayat, which went for mid-term poll, from by winning 18 out of total 22 seats. settled for only four. Earlier, was ruling Gondal taluka panchayat.

The results of the local bodies elections assume significance for the in the run up to the state polls next year, and that they were held just after the of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes by the Centre.

Apart from these three elections, SEC conducted by-elections on 29 seats of various municipalities, taluka panchayats and district panchayats across the state. The bypolls were necessitated as these seats fell vacant due to various reasons.

Out of total 16 seats of different municipalities, bagged 14 while has to settle for only two. Out of the total four seats of district panchayats, both the parties bagged two each. In the taluka by-polls, won on five out of total nine while captured four seats.
Chief Minister hailed the victory

as people's endorsement to Modi's two recent steps - surgical strikes across the and demonetisation.

"This is truly a grand success of BJP, as elections took place in different parts of state representing people from different communities. Thus, we can say that every section of society accepted BJP," said Rupani.

"BJP's victory in can be seen as people's endorsement to Modi's two recent steps - surgical strike across and the move to wipe out black money from the system," he said.

spokesperson Bharat Pandya said that this is a vote for decision of the and negative approach of the to oppose the anti-black money move.

conceded its defeat and vowed to work hard for the people. The opposition party also downplayed BJP's victory, claiming that people's mood can't be judged from such local body polls.

"We accept our defeat. But, must not forget that it was only bypoll on some seats. Results of these polls cannot be taken as the litmus test of people's mood. We will introspect on these results. We will continue to raise issues concerning people," spokesperson Manish Doshi said.
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Guj: BJP sweeps local bodies polls, wins 107 out of 123 seats

In a shot in the arm for after Prime Minister Modi's move and ahead of elections next year, the party swept local bodies elections by capturing 107 seats out of total 123 seats which went for polls in different parts of the state.

Chief Minister hailed the victory as people's endorsement of Modi's two recent steps - surgical strikes across the and demonetisation.

The party won in two municipalities and one taluka along with majority seats of various other local bodies on which voting was held on Sunday. The result were declared today.

captured 107 out of total 123 seats which went for polls in different parts of the state.

Putting a dismal performance ahead of the Assembly polls due next year, the manged to capture only 16 seats in this election.

As per the final result declared by the State Commission, has registered victory in Vapi municipality of Valsad district by capturing 41 out of total 44 seats. Only three seats went to Congress. Vapi municipality was earlier held by BJP.

Similarly, made a near clean sweep in the polls to Kanakpur-Kansad municipality of Surat, where it captured 27 out of 28 seats, leaving only one to Congress. It was also held by earlier.

In Rajkot, snatched Gondal taluka panchayat, which went for mid-term poll, from by winning 18 out of total 22 seats. settled for only four. Earlier, was ruling Gondal taluka panchayat.

The results of the local bodies elections assume significance for the in the run up to the state polls next year, and that they were held just after the of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes by the Centre.

Apart from these three elections, SEC conducted by-elections on 29 seats of various municipalities, taluka panchayats and district panchayats across the state. The bypolls were necessitated as these seats fell vacant due to various reasons.

Out of total 16 seats of different municipalities, bagged 14 while has to settle for only two. Out of the total four seats of district panchayats, both the parties bagged two each. In the taluka by-polls, won on five out of total nine while captured four seats.
Chief Minister hailed the victory

as people's endorsement to Modi's two recent steps - surgical strikes across the and demonetisation.

"This is truly a grand success of BJP, as elections took place in different parts of state representing people from different communities. Thus, we can say that every section of society accepted BJP," said Rupani.

"BJP's victory in can be seen as people's endorsement to Modi's two recent steps - surgical strike across and the move to wipe out black money from the system," he said.

spokesperson Bharat Pandya said that this is a vote for decision of the and negative approach of the to oppose the anti-black money move.

conceded its defeat and vowed to work hard for the people. The opposition party also downplayed BJP's victory, claiming that people's mood can't be judged from such local body polls.

"We accept our defeat. But, must not forget that it was only bypoll on some seats. Results of these polls cannot be taken as the litmus test of people's mood. We will introspect on these results. We will continue to raise issues concerning people," spokesperson Manish Doshi said.

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