Gujarat Election Result Date 2022: Exit Polls



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Gujarat Election Result 2022: Elections for the 182-member Gujarat Assembly will be held in two phases on December 1 and 5.


Gujarat Election Result Date 2022: Exit Polls

The results of exit polls can be shown after 5.30 pm on December 5.

Gujarat Election Result Date 2022: Counting details

The counting of votes will be taken up on December 8.
Gujarat Assembly Elections 2022

-More than 4.90 crore voters are eligible to cast their votes in the upcoming Assembly elections in Gujarat, the state election commission said on Monday. The Commission said 11.62 lakh are new voters including 4.61 lakh first-time voters.

-Out of the total 4,90,89,765 eligible voters, 2.53 crore are male, 2.37 crore are female, and 1,417 are of the third gender, as per the final electoral roll released by the state election commission.

-The exact number of male electors in the state is 2,53,36,610 and of female voters is 2,37,51,738. The number of new voters stands at 11,62,528.

-The number of voters in the age group of 18-19 stands at 4.61 lakh, out of which 2.68 lakh electors are male and 1.93 lakh female. There are 4.03 lakh new voters in the age group of 20-29 out of which 1.45 lakh are male and 2.57 lakh female. There are over 4 lakh differently-abled voters, as per the list.

-The EC recently allowed those above 17 years of age to apply in advance to register as voters once they turn 18.

-Till recently, people turning 18 on or before January 1 of a particular year, were eligible to enrol themselves on the voters' list. Those turning 18 after January 1, had to wait for one whole year to register as voters.

-Ahmedabad district has the highest number of 59.9 lakh voters, while the Dangs has the lowest number of 1.93 lakh voters, as per the district-wise electoral details.

-Ahmedabad district has the highest number of 59.9 lakh voters, while the Dangs has the lowest number of 1.93 lakh voters, as per the district-wise electoral details.

-The Assembly elections are due in December this year in which ruling BJP is aiming at another term. Congress and the AAP are trying to pose a challenge to the ruling party.

Gujarat Assembly Elections: Full Schedule And Other Details


The Gujarat Assembly elections 2022 will be held in two phases on December 1 and December 5. Voting for 89 seats of the Assembly will take place in the first phase while for the rest 93 in phase two. The votes will be counted on December 8 along with Himachal Pradesh. The Election Commission announced the polling dates on November 3.

The Gujarat Legislative Assembly has 182 seats. A party needs to win at least 92 seats to form a government in the state.

Gujarat is a stronghold of the BJP. It is the home state of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah. The party has been in power in the western state for 27 years. It first came to power in 1995 by winning 121 seats. In the 2017 Gujarat Assembly elections, BJP claimed 99 seats, 16 less than the seats it won in 2012. Congress, on the other hand, won 80 seats in 2017, 19 more than the 61 seats it won in the previous elections.


For this year's Gujarat elections, the BJP has dropped 38 sitting MLAs, as per its first list of candidates. The party has given tickets to several popular faces including first-timer Rivaba Jadeja, wife of cricketer Ravindra Jadeja. Patidar leader Hardik Patel will also be contesting the polls on a BJP ticket from the Viramgam constituency. He formally joined BJP earlier this year after resigning from Congress in May. There are seven candidates in BJP's first list who fought on a Congress ticket last time.

The ruling party has fielded incumbent Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel from Ghatlodia.

Post a commentArvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is also contesting all 182 seats in the elections. AAP has named former TV anchor and journalist Isudan Gadhvi as its chief 

ministerial candidate for the Gujarat polls.


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