Halol assembly is a hot seat in the entire Gujarat, occupied by BJP for many years, this time again there will be an interesting contest

Halol assembly is a hot seat in the entire Gujarat, occupied by BJP for many years, this time again there will be an interesting contest
The election bugle has been blown in Gujarat. All political parties have entered the fray. At present BJP is ruling the state. What is going to happen in this election, only the coming time and the voters will decide. This time again the lottery of BJP or any other party is going to be held in the state, for this, you will have to have some patience. While Prime Minister Modi's house is there, everyone's eyes are on Gujarat. Everyone's eyes are fixed on the seats in every assembly.
 
two-phase voting
Voting in the state is going to be held in two phases. The first phase of elections is to be held on December 1 and the second phase of polling will be held on December 5. The counting of votes will take place on December 8. This time all parties including BJP are eyeing every seat. BJP wants that the seats it had kept in its court in 2017 should be kept in its court this time also. For this, many veteran leaders from PM Modi to BJP are continuously holding election meetings in Gujarat. If we talk about the Halol assembly seat, then the BJP has been in possession of it for many years. This assembly comes in the Panchmahal district of Gujarat.
 
Congress's crushing defeat in 2017
In the assembly elections held in the year 2017, Jayadrathsinh Chandrasinh Parmar won from BJP. He got 62.5 percent votes. On the other hand, Baria Udesingh Mohanbhai had a big defeat from Congress. He got 31.6 percent votes. Parmar has been winning this seat since 2002. He was elected MLA for the first time in 2002. At the same time, he has also taken over the post of education minister of the state. Due to the clout of Jaydrathsinh Chandrasinh Parmar, this seat is discussed all over Gujarat.
 
A number of voters are in this seat?
Talking about the number of voters in this seat, there are 2 lakh 56 thousand voters. Out of these, 1 lakh 20 thousand are male voters and the rest are female voters. This whole area is tribal-dominated. There has also been a lot of development in these areas. Many multinational companies are located here.