BJP Holds Top Leaders Meet On Gujarat Polls, Ex-Gujarat CM To Not Contest | Top Updates

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New Delhi: The top leaders from BJP including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, and party chief JP Nadda attend a meeting at the party’s office to decide the candidates for the upcoming Gujarat assembly elections.

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  • Former CM of Gujarat Vijay Rupani said that he won’t contest the upcoming election in Gujarat.
  • He said “I worked as CM for 5 yrs with everyone’s cooperation. In these polls, responsibility should be given to new workers. I won’t contest the poll, I sent a letter to seniors and conveyed it to Delhi.”
  • Former Deputy CM of Gujarat Nitin Patel will also not contest the upcoming elections.
  • Pradipsinh Jadeja, BJP MLA from the Vatva Assemble seat has also withdrawn his name from the list of candidates.
  • Senior BJP MLA Bhupendrasinh Chudasama also announced that he will not contest the upcoming election.

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