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 Gujarat Election Result 2022: Counting of votes tomorrow, When and where to watch live stream of results?

Gujarat Assembly Election Result 2022 Winners Name, Live Counting News

General Elections to the State Legislative Assembly of Gujarat, 2022 was made.

Gujarat Election Phase 1 & 2

The state seats are divided as such to contest elections in half area in the first phase and another half in the second phase. The list of Observers, list of Campaigners and Candidate Affidavits are available on the Election Commission of India’s official page.

Gujarat Assembly Election Results 2022 Live Streaming: The counting of votes will begin on December 8th at 8.00 am. Once the counting is done, the results will be announced the same day.

Gujarat Assembly Election Result 2022 Live Streaming Online: The counting of votes for the Gujarat Assembly election 2022 is set to take place on December 8th.

The polling was conducted in two phases for a total of 183 seats. The main competitors in the race are the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), its traditional contender Congress, and of course, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). With the battle so intense, all eyes are set on Gujarat. Here’s a detailed guide to prep you up for the result day.

To track the counting of votes and the results, you can tune in to multiple news channels like ABP News, Times Now, Zee News, India Today, and Aaj Tak among others. Many news websites will also be doing a live coverage of the result day including financialexpress.com.

The first phase of polling was held on December 1st which covered 89 seats and the second phase was conducted on Dec 5th which covered 93 seats. The throne will only belong to the political party which secures a minimum of 92 seats to form the ruling government in the state. The competition in Gujarat is fierce and we are here to help you catch up on all the required details of the results.

All counting centers in the state are equipped with modern communication facilities like computers, internet, telephone and fax.  Electronic devices like mobile telephones, I-pads or laptops cannot be taken into the counting centre. 

This restriction shall not apply to Observers, Returning Officers, Assistant Returning Officers and Counting Supervisors of the Commission.

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The first phase of voting in Gujarat is scheduled to be held on December 1 and the second phase on December 5.  Gujarat election results will be announced on December 8.  The Himachal Pradesh election results will also be announced on December 8.  At the beginning of the press-conference, the Election Commission expressed grief over the tragedy in Morbi.

Election Commissioner P.  Bharti said that the counting process will be conducted at 37 counting centers across the state.  He added that there are 03 counting centers in Ahmedabad, 02 counting centers in Surat and 02 counting centers in Anand.  Apart from this, counting of votes will be started simultaneously at each counting center in all the districts.

The much awaited moment in Gujarat was finally announced today.  The Central Election Commission has announced the dates for the Gujarat assembly elections.  Voting will be held in two phases in which voting will be held on 1st and 5th December.  When the result will be declared on 8th December.



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 Importantly, after the announcement of Himachal Pradesh elections, Gujarat dates were eagerly awaited.

 Date of Polling : 1st and 5th December, 2022

 Result Date : 8 December 2022

Facilities for Senior Citizens

 - One can vote through postal ballot from home also, Form 12D has to be filled

 - Will be able to vote easily through Sugam Polling Station

 - Volunteers will keep to their aid

 - Let them go first to vote

 The political parties also had an assumption that both the counting would be simultaneous, that is why a period of 27 days has been kept between voting and counting in Himachal.

વિધાનસભા ચૂંટણી-2022 જાહેર જનતા મતગણતરીની વિગતો જોઈ શકે તે માટે ઈલેક્શન કમિશન ઓફ ઈન્ડિયા દ્વારા વેબસાઈટ પરથી મતગણતરીની વિગતો જોઈ શકેશે. 

 The Bharatiya Janata Party has ruled Gujarat for the past 27 years and in the 2017 elections, the BJP won 99 seats in the 182-member Legislative Assembly.  This time, a tripartite war is about to take place when the Aam Aadmi Party is campaigning aggressively against the BJP in addition to the Congress in Gujarat.

 Around 5 crore voters will vote in Gujarat

 The Election Commission said that a total of 4 crore 90 lakh (4,90,89,765) voters have registered for the Gujarat assembly elections this time.  This includes 2.5 crore (2,53,36,610) male voters and 2.37 crore (2,37,51,738) female voters.  Apart from this, service electors, PWDs and first-time voters are included.  The number of first-time voters is 4,61,494.

 Total seats of Gujarat Legislative Assembly: 182

 General Seat – 142

 SC Reservation – 13

 ST Reservation – 27

 Polling Stations in the State – 51782

 There will be an average of 934 voters per booth

 Each assembly will have a model polling station

 Live webcasting will be done from more than 50 percent polling stations

 1374 polling stations for women voters will be manned by women staff

All the counting stations in the state have completed the necessary preparations.  182 Counting Observers, 182 Election Officers and 494 Assistant Election Officers will be on duty for the entire counting process. 

There will be an additional 78 Assistant Election Officers for the counting of votes.  Besides this, 71 additional Assistant Election Officers have been assigned responsibility for the electronically transmitted postal ballot system. For this, all the counting staff have been appointed.  The second randomization will also be completed today and the third randomization process will be done at 5:00 am before the counting of votes.

  A micro-observer, counting supervisor and counting assistant are assigned duty at each polling center table.  Apart from this, two micro-observers will be placed in the counting hall.  The entire counting process will be videographed.

 First postal ballot followed by EVM counting

 Officials, observers, constables-officials, candidates and counting agents and counting agents of each candidate will be allowed to enter the counting stations.  The EVMs will be taken out of the strongroom and set up in the counting hall in the presence of the Returning Officer/Assistant Returning Officer, candidate-counting agents and observers appointed by the Election Commission of India.  At 8:00 am first counting of postal ballots will be done and from 8:30 am along with postal ballots counting of EVM votes will also start.

 A three-tier security system has been ensured at all the counting centres.  Chief Electoral Officer Mrs. P.  Bharti, after reviewing the preparations for the counting of votes and finalizing it, said that all necessary preparations have been completed at 37 counting stations in 33 districts of the state.  Local police will be deployed outside the counting center campus. 

There will be a tight presence of SRPF at the counting location and CAPF outside the counting center gates.  No person or vehicle will be allowed to enter the complex except for officials on duty and specially authorized political representatives.

All counting centers in the state are equipped with modern communication facilities like computers, internet, telephone and fax.  Electronic devices like mobile telephones, I-pads or laptops cannot be taken into the counting centre.  This restriction shall not apply to Observers, Returning Officers, Assistant Returning Officers and Counting Supervisors of the Commission. 

A media center has been set up at each polling centre.  Mobile phones cannot be used anywhere in the counting center complex except in the media center.

In the 2017 assembly elections, the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) won a total of 51 seats out of 93 seats and the Congress won 39 seats, while the independent candidates won three seats. In central Gujarat, the BJP got 37 seats, and the Congress won 22 seats. But in North Gujarat, the Congress got 17 seats, while the BJP won 14 seats. High voltage propaganda by various parties for the second phase of the election ended on Saturday evening, December 3. The first phase of voting for 89 seats in Saurashtra, Kutch and South Gujarat regions was held on December 1. The average turnout was 63.31 percent in the first phase. There are a total of 182 seats in the Gujarat assembly.

In the second phase, the remaining 93 seats will go to polls, for which 833 candidates from 61 political parties, including the BJP, Congress and new poll entrant Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), are in the fray.

 These candidates also include 285 independents, according to the state Chief Electoral Officer's office.

 BJP and Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP are contesting all 93 seats.

 Congress is contesting on 90 seats and its ally Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) has fielded candidates on two seats.

 Among other parties, Bharatiya Tribal Party (BTP) has fielded 12 and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) 44 candidates.

The second phase of Gujarat Assembly elections has been completed. In the second phase, the average turnout is more than 60 percent. The second phase of voting includes 93 seats in 14 districts of North Gujarat and Central Gujarat.

The second phase involves 833 candidates elections. So in today's second phase, PM Narendra Modi voted in Ranip's Target School, Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel and Uttar Pradesh Governor and former Gujarat Chief Minister Anandiben Patel in Shilaj, Union Home Minister Amit Shah in Naranpura, AAP candidate in Aapudan Gadhvi. LIVE: Gujarat Election 04.55 PM: There has been a case of stone-throwing at the Congress office in Kalol, Gandhinagar. Earlier, the BJP office was stoned. Vehicles have been damaged in the stoning incident at the Congress office, while a police team has also reached the spot. Where the incident took place, a police convoy has been rocked.

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