Before the voting, the lone NCP MLA in Gujarat also broke ties with the party.

Ahmedabad | Gujarat Assembly Election 2022: The leaders of all the parties have remained on active mode with the ruckus of the 2022 assembly elections in Gujarat. Seeing their political future at stake, many MLAs are not missing out on changing their party. In such a situation, the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) has suffered a major setback in Gujarat.

All the parties are engaged in announcing the names of the candidates for the announcement of the assembly elections in Gujarat, but Kandhal Jadeja, the lone NCP MLA in Gujarat, has resigned from the party on Monday after not getting the ticket in the elections. Due to which the lone NCP MLA in Gujarat has also gone out of his hands.

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I am resigning because I did not get the ticket
In a letter sent today to Gujarat State NCP President Jayant Patel alias Jayant Boske, Kandhal Jadeja said that he is resigning from all party posts and primary membership as he is not getting a ticket this time. Kandhal Jadeja had won from Kutiana seat in Porbandar in 2012 and 2017 on an NCP ticket. Let us tell you that in the last assembly elections, Jadeja defeated the candidates of both Bharatiya Janata Party and Congress in Kutiana seat.

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Seat lost in alliance with Congress!
Significantly, this time on November 11, for the Gujarat Assembly elections, the NCP has forged an alliance with the Congress in the state. Due to which this time in the Congress-NCP alliance, this seat has come out of the hands of the NCP and has been given to the Congress.

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Gujarat Assembly Election 2022: Let us tell you that this time in Gujarat, voting for 182 assembly seats will be held in two phases on December 1 and 5 and the results will be declared on December 8.

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