- The main political parties BJP and Congress have also started a series of meetings in earnest
- With Kamal Scindia and 22 Congress MLAs joining the BJP, the Kamal Nath government fell in Madhya Pradesh in 15 months.
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Eight vacant Gujarat Assembly seats and 28 Madhya Pradesh by-elections have been announced today. Gujarat’s eight-seat by-election has been announced amid the Corona epidemic. Voting for the by-elections in both the states will be held on November 3 and counting of votes will be held on November 10. Gujarat’s main political party BJP and Congress have also started a series of meetings in earnest.
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From which seat did the MLA resign?
During the Rajya Sabha elections in March, Pradyuman Singh, J.V. from the Congress’ Abdasa, Dhari, Gadda, Dang and Limbdi seats respectively. Kakadia, Praveen Maru, Mangal Gavit, Somabhai Patel resigned. Then in June, Akshay Patel of Karjan, Jitu Chaudhary of Kaprada seat and Brijesh Merja of Morbi seat resigned. Thus 8 seats have been vacated in two phases.
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Congress has handed over the responsibility of selecting candidates to the leaders per
seat. By-elections are to be held in these eight seats of Gadha, Limbdi, Dang, Dhari, Karjan, Morbi, Abadsa and Kaprada. The Congress had earlier won these eight seats. As a result, Congress is searching for competent candidates for these seats. Responsibility for this was assigned to the leaders per seat, a list of the primary three names of which has been sent to the High Command.
The Congress’s strategy on issues including poverty, inflation and corruption
has undermined the performance of the present BJP government at the Center in Gujarat and at present. On the one hand, the by-election strategy is being prepared by the Congress keeping in view the people’s grievances over poverty, inflation, corruption and unemployment. Opposition to the agriculture law passed by the central government has sparked nationwide protests. Under such circumstances, the Congress is gearing up to win more and more seats.
Candidates for five of the eight seats.
were called for a meeting at Kamalam by mostly BJP leaders, in which village-to-village beds will be held regarding the agriculture bill. These meetings will result in a campaign by the Congress against the BJP government. So the candidates for five of the eight seats in the Assembly are largely unconcerned, while a list of names for the remaining seats has been prepared.