The NOTA vote share in the Gujarat Assembly elections fell by over nine per cent from 2017, with the Khedbrahma seat getting the highest number of 7,331 votes this time.
According to Election According to the commission’s figures, 5,01,202 or 1.5 per cent votes were polled in the state in this election, down from 5,51,594 in the 2017 assembly polls.
The highest number of NOTA votes were polled in Khedbrahma seat at 7,331, followed by 5,213 in Danta and 5,093 in Chhota Udaipur.
4,821 NOTA votes were polled in Deogarbaria, Shehra 4,708, Nizar 4,465, Bardoli 4,211, Daskroi 4,189, Dharampur 4,189, Chorayasi 4,169, Sankheda 4,143, Vadodara City 4,022 and Kaprada 4,020.
The BJP got 156 seats in the 182-member Gujarat Assembly. It secured a vote share of nearly 53 percent, the highest ever for a party in the western state.
The BJP, which won 99 seats with a vote share of 49.1 per cent in the 2017 assembly elections, surpassed its previous best performance of 127 seats in 2002. Narendra Modi Was the Chief Minister.
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