BJP leader Raghunandan Rao in a debate gave clarification over different dates for Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh Assembly elections. He said earlier on two occasions, in 1998 and 2007, elections were held on different dates. Raghunandan said that the Election Commission gave separate notifications for the elections. He said, after 22 years of continuous rule, the party was able to retain more than 107 seats. The leader said they got more than 50 percent of votes in Gujarat elections. He reiterated that the BJP would come into power in 2019 by bagging more than 50 percent of votes across the country. Watch the video for more info.