Gujarat Kutch election result 2017 LIVE UPDATES from Abdasa, Mandvi, Bhuj, Anjar, Gandhidham (SC), Rapar constituencies: The Gujarat election campaign by the two rival parties – the Congress and the BJP saw the development debate taking the rear seat while individual attacks came to the fore. While on hand, Prime Minister Narendra Modi led BJP boasted of the development works that the party has undertaken within the last 22 years, Rahul Gandhi led Congress highlighted the joblessness and the disrupt due to the demonetisation and the GST roll-out in the state. Now, the voters of Gujarat will decide if they want a change in the rule or they contend with the incumbent ruling party. Amongst a total of 182 constituencies, eighty-nine went to polls in Gujarat on December 9 in the first phase of the Assembly elections. The first phase covered Saurashtra-Kachchh and South Gujarat. The voter turnout was pegged at 68 per cent. Some areas including Rajkot, Rajpipla, Bhavnagar, Palitana, Porbandar saw claims of malfunctioning EVMs. The first phase of the elections decided the fate of as many as 977 candidates, including Chief Minister Vijay Rupani, BJP State president Jitu Vaghani and the Congress leaders Shaktisinh Gohil, Arjun Modhvadia and Paresh Dhanani.
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1: 40 pm: Congress heavyweight Shaktisinh Gohil loses the election from Mandvi.
1:20 pm: PRAVINBHAI MERJIBHAI CHAUDHARI, the Bharatiya Janata Party candidate is lagging behind with 45707 votes In Mandvi.
1:00 pm: In Mandvi, the Indian National Congress’ CHAUDHARI ANANDBHAI MOHANBHAI is leading with a respectable magin. He secured 96483 votes till now.
12: 40 pm: ACHARYA DR.NIMABEN BHAVESHBHAI of the Bharatiya Janata Party has secured 58546 votes in Bhuj.
12:30 pm: In Bhuj, CHAKI ADAMBHAI BUDHABHAI of the Indian National Congress has got 61951 votes.
12:10 pm: The first result in Gujarat polls today went to the BJP with its candidate and state fisheries minister Babubhai Bokhiriya winning the Porbandar seat, defeating senior Congress leader Arjun Modhvadia.
12:06 pm: Chhabilbhai Naranbhai Patel of the Bharatiya Janata Party is in the second position with 30876 votes and the counting is still on in Abdasa.
11:59 am: Jadeja Pradhyumansinh Mahipatsinh of the Indian National Congress is leading with 41932 votes in Abdasa.
11:33 am: BJP ahead in 2 seats at Rajkot.
11:21 am: BJP leading on 2 seats, Porbandar & Bhavnagar East; Congress also leading on 2 seats, Mandvi and Nadiad.
11:18 am: Congress’ Shaktisinh Gohil trailing by 1355 votes from Kutch’s Mandvi
10:58 am: CM Vijay Rupani WINS FROM Rajkot west assembly seat.
10:33 am: BJP’s Jitu Vaghani trailing by 900 votes on Bhavnagar west seat.
10:15 am: Congress’ Shaktisinh Gohil is trailing by 1,355 votes from Kutch’s Mandvi.
10:08 am: BJP’s VijayRupani leading by 10,000 votes on Rajkot west assembly seat.
10:01 am: BJP leading in 21 seats while Congress leading in 30 seats of Saurashtra.
9: 50 am: BJP’s Govind Patel leading by 10,000 votes on South Rajkot seat.
9:48 am: Vijay Rupani leading by 4000 votes on Rajkot west assembly seat.
9:34 am: Congress Shaktisinh Gohil trailing by 3300 votes on Mandvi seat.
9: 32 am: Vijay Rupani leading by 2000 votes on Rajkot west seat.
9:30 am: Big relief for BJP, VijayRupani leading on Rajkot west assembly seat.
9:16 am: BJP’s Jitu Vaghani trailing on Bhavnagar west seat.
9:14 am: Vijay Rupani trailing by 800 votes on Rajkot west seats.
9:07 am: Chief minister VijayRupani trailing by 400 votes on Rajkot west assembly seat.
9:06 am: BJP’s Parshottam Solanki leading on Bhavnagar Rural seat.
9:02 am: Congress’ Shaktisinh Gohil trailing by 1300 votes from Kutch’s Mandvi.
8:58 am: Congress also leading on 2 seats, Mandvi and Nadiad.
Gujarat election result 2017: Who got what in assembly constituencies of Kachchh in 2017
– Rajkot west- CM Vijay Rupani.
Gujarat election result 2017: Who got what in assembly constituencies of Kachchh in 2012
Abdasa- Chhabilbhai Naranbhai Patel, Indian National Congress (INC)
Mandvi- Chheda Tarachand Jagashi, Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP)
Bhuj- Dr Nimaben Aacharya, BJP
Anjar- Ahir Vasanbhai Gopalbhai, BJP
Gandhidham- Maheshwari Ramesh Vachchhraj, BJP
Rapar- Vaghajibhai Dharamshibhai Patel, BJP