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Gujarat sees 62.36% turnout till 7 pm as voters seal fate of 371 MPs, including Amit Shah in third phase of Lok Sabha polls

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Voters in Gujarat sealed the fate of 371 Lok Sabha and 45 state Assembly candidates, including BJP president Amit Shah, who is contesting the polls from Gandhinagar Lok Sabha seat
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