Even as vote counting continues for Lok Sabha seats across the country, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national president looks to be making a spectacular debut in the lower house of Parliament, leading his nearest rival Congress candidate C J Chavda in the Gandhinagar constituency with a massive margin of over five lakh votes.
The Gandhinagar seat was previously held by BJP stalwart L K Advani, who won the constituency by almost 4.8 lakh votes.
If Shah’s lead persists to the current degree by the time all votes are counted, he would beat Advani’s victory margin, whin in itself was a historic record.
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