Gujarat Parivartan Party thwarted BJP’s aim to win 150-plus seats in the Gujarat Assembly elections: Keshubhai Patel
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Accepting his party's defeat, Gujarat Parivartan Party (GPP) president and former chief minister Keshubhai Patel on Thursday claimed he had thwarted BJP's ambitions to win 150-plus seats and that he wanted this fact to be noted by the saffron party and its leaders.
In a press statement after declaration of results, the GPP chief said the BJP had won elections by use of money and political power.
Stating that his party was set up a few months before elections and hence, he could not win the confidence of the people, he said "the people had voted BJP again to power in the hope of one of their representatives becoming the prime minister".
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