Modi’s win in Gujarat’s Assembly elections has been a big victory for the Modi-led BJP.
The party, which came in third in the polls, is now headed for power in Gujarat, with Modi as the Chief Minister.
But what does this victory mean for Gujarat politics?
This article will explore the key issues in the Gujarat elections.
First, a brief introduction.
The Congress won the election by a landslide, defeating the BJP.
But there were other important factors, including Modi’s strong performance in the assembly polls.
The Congress won by a huge margin, winning by around 25,000 votes and the BJP by less than 6,000.
The BJP is expected to win the Assembly elections.
But, in order to be in power, the BJP needs to garner at least 40,000 seats, which is the threshold required to form a government.
This is the benchmark the party needs to meet to be able to form government.
The fact that it did so strongly is a big boost for the BJP in Gujarat.
Second, the Congress and the Shiv Sena are two of the most powerful political parties in Gujarat and the main political rivals of the BJP, but they are not very close.
The Shiv Seni has about 11,000 members, while the Congress has around 13,000, which makes it the third largest party in the State.
Third, the election has also changed the dynamics of Gujarat politics.
For the first time, the State is heading for an election that will not only affect the national politics, but will also impact Gujarat politics for decades to come.
The first round of the elections, which took place on March 19, was won by the Congress, and the second round will be held on March 20.
The two main political parties are very close to each other.
The Sena, which has been the main rival of the Congress for the last four decades, has already conceded that it will contest the elections.
This, of course, is bad news for the Congress.
But the BJP has a chance to make it into the national Parliament, and there are a number of other parties that could join them.
Fourth, the elections have also made the Chief Ministership of the state much more important for the party.
In Gujarat, a Chief Minister is the only chief minister who is elected on a proportional basis.
The Lok Sabha elections in 2011 had shown that this was a good model for other States.
The BJP is hoping that it can make the Chief Minster a symbol of the party, in the national election.
It is the first Chief Minister who was also the party’s national president, the former Chief Minister of West Bengal, Sushil Kumar Modi.
He won the elections in 2009, and he was the President of the Bharatiya Janata Party for the second time in 2006.
In 2006, he was elected Chief Minister by a margin of 7,000 to 5,000 vote.
The polls also proved that the BJP could win a state where the BJP was not dominant.
The first Chief Ministerships were won by Manmohan Singh and Pranab Mukherjee in Gujarat in 1991 and 1992 respectively.
The second one, in 2002, was a result of a merger of the two parties.
The third one, also in 2002 was a merger between the two major parties, the CPI(M).
The Congress, led by Narendra Modi, was the main opposition party in Gujarat at the time of the 2001 election.
Modi’s Congress party was strong in the country and was also a major player in the regional politics.
The parties had been rivals for years, but now they are in the same coalition.
The two main parties, with their respective strength, will now be the two main rivals of Modi and the government.
Thirdly, the state’s election has changed the politics of Gujarat, and will have implications for the political future of the country.
For years, the politics in Gujarat has been dominated by the political elites.
But this is no longer the case.
The people of Gujarat are now politically engaged, and they are demanding a change in the way politics is conducted in the society.
They are also demanding a different kind of governance in their country.
This change in politics is one of the major reasons why the people of the State voted for the two top party candidates in the Assembly polls, in favour of Modi.
Fourthly, there is the issue of the economy.
The Narendra Modi government, which began in 2013, has been very focused on improving the economy and has taken an aggressive stance towards the industries.
The growth of the Gross Domestic Product has gone up significantly in the last three years.
However, there has been much less economic growth in Gujarat than in other States, especially in Gujarat where the growth has been lower.
The state’s GDP growth has also been very low compared to other States where it has been higher.
The Modi government has focused on two main areas.
First, the Modi government is trying to implement a number in the