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Majura Election Result 2022 Live Updates: BJP Won in This Gujarat Seat

Majura Election Result live updates: Get all updates on Gujarat Assembly election results on The Quint.

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Majura Assembly Election Result 2022 Live Updates: It’s time for the results of the Gujarat Assembly Election 2022. The BJP, Congress and AAP are battling it out in 182 seats of the Gujarat Assembly.

Let’s now move on to the Majura Assembly constituency in Gujarat, which falls under the Navsari Lok Sabha seat.

BJP won this seat in Gujarat's Majura constituency.

For all the important live updates on the Gujarat Assembly election results, click here.

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Majura Results

In Majura constituency, it was a fight between Harsh Rameshbhai Sanghvi of BJP, Balwant Shantilal Jain of Congress, and PVS Sarma of Aam Aadmi Party.

In 2017, the seat had been won by Harsh Rameshkumar Sanghavi. The winning candidate was BJP. The Congress candidate Kothari Ashok Mohanlal had come in second place.

In the 2012 Assembly election, the seat had been won by Sanghvi Harsh Rameshkumar of the BJP. The Congress candidate Jain Dhanpatraj Lalchand had come in second place.

The 2022 Assembly Election

The 2022 Gujarat election has been a hard-fought one. Voting for the 182 constituencies took place in two phases, on 1 and 5 December.

In all, there were 1,621 candidates in the fray. There were 788 candidates contesting in the 89 seats that went to polls in Phase 1, including 70 women candidates and 339 independents.

In the 93 seats in Phase 2, there were 833 candidates in all, including 69 female candidates and 285 independents.

There are a total of around 4.91 crore registered voters in Gujarat, of which around 51.6% are male voters and around 48.4% are female voters. There are also around 1,400 registered transgender voters.

In the 2017 Gujarat Assembly elections, BJP had won 99 seats and Congress had secured 77 seats. BJP leader Vijay Rupani had taken charge once again as the chief minister of the state. It was the sixth consecutive time that BJP had won the Gujarat Assembly election.

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