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AHMEDABAD: BJP nominees Dineshchandra Anavadiya and Rambhai Mokariya had been on Monday declared elected unopposed to the Rajya Sabha from Gujarat because the opposition Congress didn’t discipline candidates for the 2 vacant seats, one among which was held by its veteran chief Ahmed Patel.
The two seats had fallen vacant following the demise of the sitting MPs belonging to the Congress and the BJP.
One of the seats was held by veteran Congressman Ahmed Patel since 1993 until his demise on November 25 final yr because of problems associated to Covid-19.
The different seat fell vacant as BJP’s Abhay Bharadwaj, a primary time MP elected to the RS in 2019, too, died on December 1 because of the coronavirus an infection.
Returning C B Pandya declared Anavadiya and Mokariya as elected uncontested from the 2 seats on Monday, which was the final date of withdrawal of varieties.
Two dummy candidates of the BJP, Rajnikant Patel and Kirit Solanki, withdrew their nominations on Saturday.
With the bypoll to the 2 seats scheduled to be held individually, the Congress, with 65 MLAs within the 182-member meeting, determined to not discipline any candidate because of negligible probabilities of successful towards the BJP which has 111 legislators.
Anavadiya, a long-time BJP chief from Banaskantha, had additionally served as director of Gujarat State Road Transport Corporation between 2014-17, whereas Mokariya, proprietor of a courier agency, has been with the social gathering for nearly 40 years.

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