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Jaipur: CM Ashok Gehlot on Thursday exuded confidence that Congress would win unilaterally in upcoming HP polls. He also said there is a good atmosphere in favour of the Congress in Gujarat where a fierce anti-incumbency wave is being seen against the current BJP government. “The atmosphere is good. In HP, Congress is winning election unilaterally,” he told media after returning from tour of both the states. “There is very fierce wave against BJP govt in Gujarat. 5 (Parivartan Sankalp) yatras were taken out, the reaction of people seen in these yatras is indicative of this,” he said. “Unemployment situation is very terrible in Gujarat. Recently, 70 died due to illicit liquor. These (BJP) people are not conducting anyprobe into Morbi accident. CM is stubborn & stubborn is their leader,” he said. On ‘Bharat Jodo’, he said, “Rahul has started a movement, lakhs of people are coming in it. Even the BJP has got disturbed by it, so they keep making allegations in a hurry. We are not worried about them.” “Rahul has started this yatra with issues of inflation, unemployment & it is having a huge impact,” Gehlot said.