The Congress accused the BJP of misusing state equipment and working a provocative and polarising marketing campaign. BJP leaders hit again on the Congress alleging it of creating hole guarantees and indulging in appeasement politics.
On various events, Union residence minister Amit Shah has remarked that within the run as much as elections, politicians take pleasure in hyperbole which shouldn’t be taken significantly. However, the Congress and BJP leaders proceed to take pleasure in tirade even after the elections are over.
Congress common secretary in-charge of communications Jairam Ramesh launched a frontal assault on the BJP in Gujarat. He stated, “The lead to Gujarat is disappointing. Congress was up in opposition to a 3-party alliance of BJP, AAP and MIM; a marketing campaign of provocative polarisation; and equipment of state and Centre.”
The Rajya Sabha MP stated the Congress’s vote share gave it hope and confidence for rebuilding and revival. “We are the one various in Gujarat,” he added.
The BJP created historical past by profitable 156 of the 182 meeting seats in Gujarat and garnering a vote share of 52.5 per cent. The Congress gained 17 seats and bagged 27.28 per cent vote share. The debutant Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) gained 5 seats and acquired 12.9 per cent vote share.
Ramesh additionally lashed out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He stated, “A determined PM is attempting to spin the Gujarat victory past what it deserves. The truth is that the BJP has misplaced all over the place else. Mr. Modi’s drum-beaters additionally want a way of perspective on Gujarat. In 1980, Congress gained 141 and in 1985, 149 of 182 seats. Let this not be forgotten.”
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— Jairam Ramesh (@Jairam_Ramesh) 1670511896000
Congress secretary Vineet Punia alleged that the BJP, led by Modi, was celebrating the victory in Gujarat to “spin-off” its defeat in Himachal Pradesh. “PM Modi is celebrating ‘victory’ to spin-off BJP’s defeat in Himachal Pradesh. PM should thank AAP and AIMIM for Gujarat victory, as they campaigned arduous for its win. AAP was rejected in meeting elections because it was out of contest in 142/182 seats in Gujarat and all seats in Himachal.”
Ramesh seconded Punia’s put up.
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— Jairam Ramesh (@Jairam_Ramesh) 1670510395000
Congress common secretary in-charge of organisation KC Venugopal alleged that there was an “unholy nexus” between BJP and AAP in Gujarat. “We settle for the Gujarat election verdict in all humility. The unholy nexus between AAP and BJP was instrumental in dividing the secular votes to script the saffron victory. The Congress get together will deeply probe and introspect the explanations for this debacle and can take corrective measures.”
We settle for the Gujarat election verdict in all humility. The unholy nexus between AAP & BJP was instrumental in divi… https://t.co/zATEkbgnq8
— Ok C Venugopal (@kcvenugopalmp) 1670510451000
Congress spokesperson Supriya Shrinate stated the BJP had suffered a 2-1 defeat within the three elections held in Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh and Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD).
She stated, “Gratitude to Himachal. We will unite and win Gujarat once more. Before elections, the BJP was in energy in Himachal, Gujarat and Delhi Municipal Corporation. After the elections, it misplaced two and gained one. BJP additionally misplaced by-elections in Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Uttar Pradesh and Odisha. Is it celebration of Gujarat’s victory or phantasm over defeat?”
The BJP hit again on the Congress and Rahul Gandhi.
Amit Shah stated Gujarat had given an unprecedented mandate to
Prime Minister “Narendra Modi ji’s BJP”. He stated the get together has turn into the characterisation of growth and public welfare.
Shah stated, “The folks had rejected those that do politics of hole guarantees, ‘rewdi’ and appeasement. This large victory has proven that each part – be it ladies, youth or farmers – is wholeheartedly with BJP.”
गुजरात ने खोखले वादे, रेवड़ी व तुष्टिकरण की राजनीति करने वालों को नकार कर विकास और जनकल्याण को चरितार्थ करने वाली… https://t.co/nIKrXZlfg8
— Amit Shah (@AmitShah) 1670488080000
BJP’s co-in-charge of West Bengal Amit Malviya in contrast BJP’s 156 out of 182 meeting seats within the just-concluded election with the Congress’s 149 in 1985. “Madhavsinh Solanki of the Congress had gained 149 out of 182 seats in Gujarat on the again of caste arithmetic. But Narendra Modi’s BJP gained 156 out of 182 on the power of its governance and growth file… That additionally explains BJP’s longevity in Gujarat,” he stated.
Madhavsinh Solanki of the Congress had gained 149 out of 182 seats in Gujarat on the again of caste arithmetic. But Nar… https://t.co/2nWMgi8xxs
— Amit Malviya (@amitmalviya) 1670525048000
On Gujarat, Malviya took a dig at Congress chief Rahul Gandhi who’s main the get together’s Bharat Jodo Yatra. “Lesson for Congress from its Himachal win. Keep Rahul Gandhi away from state elections,” he quipped.
The BJP’s in-charge of data and expertise division was referring to Rahul’s absence from Himachal through the marketing campaign. The Congress gained 40 of the 68 seats within the hilly state whereas the BJP bagged 25 seats.
Lesson for Congress from it’s Himachal win. Keep Rahul Gandhi away from state elections.
— Amit Malviya (@amitmalviya) 1670561125000