The Congress vote share was 41.5 per cent in Gujarat, compared to 38.93 per cent in 2012 was 38.93 per cent.
Still, when the final results are in later on Monday, it will be clear that another Congress-ruled state has slipped from its grasp into BJP control.
” Kumar, who later filed a written complaint about the incident, said.
Residents slam cop, demand strict action As soon as the video was uploaded on social media, it went viral with Chandigarh residents slamming the police.
He has been placed under suspension,” Chandigarh traffic SSP Shashank Anand said.
“The driving license has been seized and we have written to the transport authority that his license be suspended for 3 months.
The NCP won a seat and the Bhartiya Tribal Party won two. LATEST TRENDS: Total seats: 182 The Gujarat results proved to be a seesaw, with BJP and Congress running neck and neck in the morning trends. it appeared that although the party will emerge victorious it will be with a slim majority.
In a press briefing held after its victory in both states looked certain, BJP national president Amit Shah voiced satisfaction with the result, saying that the party's vote share in Gujarat had gone up to 49.10 per cent from 47.85 per cent in 2012.
It now rules only Karnataka and Punjab among the major states, besides Puducherry, Meghalaya and Mizoram. Amit Shah's strategy has worked," BJP vice president Shyam Jaju said.
Karnataka elections are due next year."We have set a record in the history of the BJP by winning consecutive assembly polls... The victories establish not only the BJP's supremacy but also Modi's apparent invincibility.