Gujarat Elections: I will not rest, I will not tire, says Modi

We track the latest results from the Gujarat elections as they happen.

FP Politics December 20, 2012 18:40:13 IST
Gujarat Elections: I will not rest, I will not tire, says Modi

The results of the Gujarat elections is set to be announced today deciding the political future of the state's Chief Minister Narendra Modi within his own party. The BJP is expected to win the election and come to power but the margin by which they win will be crucial for Modi.

Gujarat Elections I will not rest I will not tire says Modi

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While Modi promised to improve his tally from the 2007 election of 117 seats, he is expected to win comfortably in this election as well. Will Keshubhai play spoiler or can the Congress dent his chances?

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