The BJP wants to break previous records in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh

The Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh Assembly elections take place on Thursday, and the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party will be expecting to break a few records when the votes are tabulated.

The party will become the only one, aside from the Communist Party of India (Marxist), to have won seven successive Assembly elections if it prevails in Gujarat. Seven consecutive elections had also been won by the CPI(M), which ruled West Bengal for 34 years, from 1977 to 2011. However, since 1985, no party has won consecutive elections in Himachal Pradesh. Another record would be set if the BJP is able to hold onto power in the mountainous state.

The BJP’s biggest wish is for the exit polls’ predictions to come true, which is for it to perform at its best-ever level in Gujarat while maintaining power in Himachal Pradesh.


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