After an absorbing first phase which recorded 68 per cent turnout, Gujarat is set to go to the second and final phase of the crucial assembly polls. The high turnout in the first phase has made the election all the more interesting with various quarters wondering whether the outcome will be marked by a strong anti-incumbency sentiment or if Narendra Modi will return with even a stronger mandate.
The second phase will see the northern, central and southern parts of the state going to the elections and compared to Saurashtra-Kutch region, Narendra Modi is set to witness an easier challenge. Elections will be held in 95 constituencies on Dec 17 and the results will be declared on Dec 20.
Here are the details of the second phase and the previous election's results in the 95 seats that will go to the elections in the second phase.
|Gujarat Assembly Elections 2012|