Vijay Rupani’s resignation signals end of BJP rule in Gujarat, claims AAP leader Raghav Chadha

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New Delhi: Gujarat CM Vijay Rupani resigned from the post on Saturday. It is not yet clear what is the reason for this. But after this decision, political rhetoric has started. Gujarat is the home state for PM Modi. There are going to be elections in December next year. Meanwhile, AAP has given itself credit for this resignation.

AAP leader Raghav Chadha tweeted that ever since AAP entered Uttarakhand, it is strongly opposing the ruling BJP there. Due to this BJP has to change its CM. At the same time, AAP has ended the dominance of BJP in Surat.

Won 27 seats in Municipal Corporation. The AAP has carved a niche for itself in the opposition, leaving behind the inactive Congress in the state. Due to this, the BJP was forced to remove the CM in Gujarat.

Significantly, the Aam Aadmi Party had announced to contest the elections in Uttarakhand. In the recent ABP-C voter survey, the Aam Aadmi Party is seen losing some percentage of votes. On the other hand, the BJP says that due to internal reasons, it changed two of its Chief Ministers to Uttarakhand.

If we talk about Gujarat, then Aam Aadmi Party performed better in the Surat Municipal Corporation elections. However, the performance of the BJP did not show any decline. Congress could not open its account there.


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