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Gujarat polls: Former BJP minister Jay Narayan Vyas joins Congress together with his son | India Information

AHMEDABAD: Former Gujarat minister Jay Narayan Vyas on Monday joined the Congress at their social gathering workplace in Ahmedabad alongside together with his son Sameer.
Whereas the father-son duo switched from the BJP to the Congress, they had been felicitated by social gathering president Mallikarjun Kharge and Rajasthan chief minister Ashok Gehlot.
Vyas give up the BJP on November 5 citing private causes.
He additionally mentioned in a dialog with ANI on the day of his quitting the social gathering that for a while, particularly in Patan district, individuals sitting within the group are desirous of combating elections and are indulging in factionalism. “They’re focusing on leaders one after the other to be able to take away and change them,” he added.
Vyas had mentioned beforehand that he would contest the election from Sidhpur however didn’t need to struggle as an “impartial candidate”.
“I’ll struggle the election from Sidhpur however do not need to struggle it as an impartial candidate. If there isn’t any choice left then I’d struggle an impartial candidate in any other case I’ll kind an alliance with any social gathering I like,” he mentioned additional.
The BJP, which is in search of its seventh time period in workplace in Gujarat, has denied tickets to 42 sitting MLAs.
The social gathering additionally introduced its massive first chunk of 160 candidates and noticed 38 sitting MLAs being dropped. Later, the ruling social gathering additionally introduced three extra lists of candidates for the remaining meeting seats.
A number of social gathering bigwigs, together with former chief minister Vijay Rupani, former deputy chief minister Nitin Patel and social gathering chief Patil had expressed the will to not contest the upcoming elections.
Within the 2017 Gujarat polls, the BJP’s tally halted at 99 seats out of a complete of 182 seats. The social gathering has been in energy for the final 27 years with Narendra Modi being the longest-serving chief minister of the state.
Gujarat, having 182 meeting constituencies, will go to polls in two phases on December 1 and 5. The counting of votes will happen on December 8, which coincides with Himachal Pradesh’s end result date.

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