Gujarat Election 2022: Gujarat Assembly Election 2022 is going to be held in two phases. For the first phase in the state, voting will be held on December 1 for 89 seats. In the second phase, voting will be held for the remaining seats on December 5. The election results will come on December 8. In Gujarat elections, all the parties have given their full strength in election campaign and management. In such a situation, let us know that those 10 issues which"gujarat assembly election" href ="https://www.abplive.com/topic/gujarat-election-2022" data-type="interlinkingkeywords">Gujarat assembly elections will affect 2022…
BJP has Prime Minister in Gujarat elections Narendra Modi is the trump card. PM Modi has been the Chief Minister of Gujarat from 2001 to 2014. During this, BJP tells the public about the disorderly works done in the form of Gujarat model. There has been no decrease in the popularity of PM Modi in Gujarat. This popularity of Modi can be decisive for BJP in the elections.
Morbi bridge accident
On October 30 this year, 135 people died tragically due to the collapse of the bridge in Morbi. In this incident, the nexus between the government, the local administration and the traders was openly exposed. Somewhere the Morbi incident can affect the minds of the people of Gujarat.
The BJP is in power in Gujarat for the last 27 years. Political experts believe that 27 years of BJP’s rule has increased dissatisfaction in many sections of the society. Apart from this, people are being told to be angry with the government regarding other basic facilities like inflation, unemployment during the BJP government.
Paper leaks and government exams
There have been reports of repeated paper leaks in Gujarat, due to which there is a lot of anger among the youth who are facing unemployment. With the postponement of the examinations, the hopes of the youth who worked hard to get a government job were dashed. This angered the youth of the state.
Problems of farmers
Farmers are agitating in many parts of Gujarat. Actually, due to excessive rains in the state in the last two years, farmers’ crops have been damaged. The government has not given compensation to the farmers. Due to this, the farmers can also go against the government.
Education and health facilities
There is lack of school education in rural areas of Gujarat. Apart from this, there is a huge shortage of teachers in the schools. Also, there is a shortage of classes in the schools. The rural areas of the state are facing shortage of primary health centers and doctors.
Bilkis Bano case convicts acquitted
The court acquitted the convicts in the Bilkis Bano gangrape and murder case, angering the minority community as well as a section of the majority Hindus. In such a situation, this issue can affect a section of Hindus along with Muslims.
Gujarat was earlier known for its good roads. But now the reality is different, the state’s roads are in bad condition which is a cause of trouble for the people.
High Electricity Rates
Gujarat has one of the highest electricity rates in the country. Aam Aadmi Party and Congress have promised 300 units of free electricity per month to the people of the state. High electricity rates may affect the people of Gujarat.
In Gujarat, there is discontent among farmers and farmers whose lands are being acquired for many government projects. Farmers have opposed land acquisition for high-speed bullet train projects between Ahmedabad and Mumbai. He has also opposed land acquisition for the expressway project between Vadodara and Mumbai.