Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi scored a hat-trick in the state as the Bharatiya Janata Party won the Assembly elections with 115 seats
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) led by Narendra Modi on Thursday scripted history, winning the Gujarat assembly elections for the fifth time in a row.
BJP workers celebrate their victory in Gujarat polls, at party office in New Delhi on Thursday.
Narendra Modi said the impressive percentage will force political experts to consider "pro-incumbency" factor in their discussions.
Gujarat registered a record voter turnout at 70.2 percent in the two-phase polling.
Narendra Modi said the ruling BJP would score a "hat-trick" in the state by winning the assembly polls for the third time in a row.
Voters queued up outside polling booths in 95 constituencies in Gujarat as the final phase of the assembly elections that sees BJP's Narendra Modi