BJP’s Narendra Modi has won the Gujarat assembly election for the second time, after winning a landslide victory in 2016.
The election was hailed as a “historic day” by the BJP, which is hoping to wrest back power in a state where the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has ruled for almost a decade.
Modi’s victory, which was expected to take place in three phases, is seen as a victory for the BJP’s political base and the party’s leadership.
The victory of the BJP is seen by the government as a major blow to the Congress party which has been in power for nearly 30 years.
The Congress party has been reeling from losses in the elections, which it had been trying to contest for nearly three decades.
In 2016, the party lost its Lok Sabha seat in the state.
However, in 2017, the BJP won a decisive victory in the assembly polls and was able to win the election in the first phase.
After winning the assembly election, the government had to deal with the state government’s failure to provide water and electricity to the state’s people.
The state government had given a grant of Rs 8,500 crore to the farmers and their cooperatives to enable them to buy water and feed their cattle.
However it failed to provide the necessary infrastructure to provide power to the people, and has been unable to connect the villages to the power grid.
The BJP had promised that it would take over power distribution from the state-run Coal India Limited (CIL) in 2019.
However after the government failed to make the promises, it has said that it will make changes to ensure that the state is provided with electricity.
On Monday, the Gujarat chief minister, Vijay Rupani, visited the homes of farmers to meet with them and explain to them that the BJP has been offering them power for free.
The party had promised to provide free electricity to farmers, and also promised to introduce a free electricity scheme in the agricultural sector.
The farmers, who are the biggest beneficiaries of the scheme, have already received the free electricity, and are waiting for their payment.
Rupani also met the farmers in the villages and explained that the government is making a plan to provide them power to power the grid in the coming weeks.
“We are going to start making these plans now.
We are not going to give the farmers any delay.
It is a major step towards providing electricity to all the people of Gujarat,” he said.