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Gujarat Vidhansabha Election Result 2022 Live Update

Gujarat Election Result 2022

The fate of 1621 candidates including 788 candidates for 89 seats in the first phase of Gujarat Assembly and 833 candidates for 93 seats in the second phase was decided today. Then the picture of who will rule on the throne of Gujarat will become clear today.
  • Gujarat assembly election result today
  • Counting of votes started from 8 am
  • Counting of votes will be carried out at 37 centers of the state


 

 


Elections to the 15th Legislative Assembly were held in two phases on December 1 and 5 in Gujarat. Voting has been completed today. The result of which will come today, Thursday, December 8. A total of 1621 candidates were in the fray for 182 assembly seats in this election. 

In which the battle was played between 788 candidates for 89 seats in the first phase and 833 candidates for 93 seats in the second phase. A total of 64.30 percent voting has been recorded in both the phases of the Gujarat Assembly elections. Which is 4 percent less than last election. A total of 68 percent voting was recorded in both phases in Gujarat in 2017. 























































































In a press conference yesterday on Wednesday, Chief Electoral Officer P. Bharti said, 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 fate of 1621 candidates on a total of 182 seats is to be decided today. The counting of votes in the state will start from 8 am. Counting of votes will be done at a total of 37 centers across the state. Election staff has been appointed for the counting of votes. A micro observer will be present at each table. EVM counting will be done after postal ballot. A three-tier security system has been set up during the counting. A team of CAPF has been deployed outside the strong room.

The fate of 788 candidates was sealed in the EVMs in the first phase of the Gujarat Assembly elections in 89 of the 182 seats of the Assembly, which were completed by five o'clock in the evening. In the first phase of this election, an average of 63.14 percent voting took place in all 89 seats. Saurashtra had less turnout as compared to South Gujarat. 

The highest 78.24 percent polling was recorded in Narmada district. Tapi district came second with 76.91 percent voter turnout. In Saurashtra, Morbi recorded the highest voter turnout of 69.65 percent while Botad recorded the lowest voter turnout of 57.58 percent. 65.31 percent voting was recorded in the second phase. The highest voter turnout was 71.40% in Banaskantha and the lowest was 58.32% in Ahmedabad.

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. In addition, 71 additional Assistant Election Officers have been assigned responsibility for the electronically transmitted postal ballot system. 

All the counting staff have been appointed. The second randomization has also been completed and the third randomization process will be conducted 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.

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.

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