New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Celebration (AAP) nationwide convener Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday (November 13, 2022) introduced that the occasion’s Gujarat chief ministerial candidate Isudan Gadhvi will contest the following month’s Meeting elections from Khambhalia seat in his dwelling district of Devbhumi Dwarka. Taking to his official Twitter account, Kejriwal stated that Gujarat will get a “new and good” chief minister from the holy land of Lord Krishna.
“Isudan Gadhvi, who for years raised his voice for farmers, unemployed youth, ladies, businessmen, will contest election from Jam Khambhalia! Gujarat will get a brand new and good chief minister from the holy land of Lord Krishna,” the Delhi Chief Minister stated in a tweet in Hindi.
Responding to the tweet, Gadhvi stated, “The religion you and the folks of Gujarat have positioned in me, I guarantee that I’ll serve the folks of Gujarat until my final breath. Jai Jai Garvi Gujarat!”
आपने और गुजरात की जनता ने मूँज पर जो विश्वास रखा है ! में यक़ीन दिलाता हूँ की आख़री साँस तक गुजरात की जनता की सेवा करूँगा ! जय जय गरवी गुजरात ! https://t.co/fwk1EyXsw9
— Isudan Gadhvi (@isudan_gadhvi) November 13, 2022
Gadhvi, a former TV journalist, was named the occasion’s CM candidate on November 4 primarily based on the results of a ballot performed by the AAP. The occasion’s Gujarat unit president Gopal Italia and common secretary Majoj Sorathiya have been additionally within the race.
Gadhvi, who hails from an agricultural household from Dwarka district, had obtained round 73 per cent votes (within the ballot for the CM face), leaving Italia and Sorathiya behind within the race.
With this, the AAP has up to now introduced the names of 175 candidates for the 182-member Gujarat Meeting.
Khambhalia will go to polls together with 88 different seats on December 1 within the first section of two-phase Gujarat elections. For the primary section, the final date of submitting nomination types is November 14 and the final date for withdrawal of types is November 17.
The second section of polls will happen on December 5 and the counting of votes can be taken up on December 8.