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Himachal Pradesh Vidhan Sabha Election 2022 Live Updates | 5.02% polling so far; Highest 6.26% in Sirmaur

Out of 5.02% votes polled so far, Sirmaur has recorded the highest voter turnout at 6.26%, Mandi 6.24% and Hamirpur 5.61%.

Out of 5.02% votes polled so far, the highest 6.26% has been recorded in Sirmaur, followed by Mandi at 6.24% and Hamirpur at 5.61%.

voting for Himachal Pradesh Assembly Election Voting is underway in 68 constituencies across the state on November 12.

The state witnessed only 5.02% turnout after the first hour of polling, with 6.26% polling in Sirmaur, while just 1.56% in Lahaul and Spiti.

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In high-stakes battles, The ruling BJP hopes to win again On the strength of its development agenda, while the opposition Congress is urging voters to go with the four-decade-old tradition of voting for the incumbents. Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is also trying its luck in the electoral battle.

More than 55 lakh voters in the hill state Will decide the fate of 412 candidatesThe election includes Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur, Vikramaditya Singh, son of former CM Virbhadra Singh and former BJP President Satpal Singh Satti among others.

Sirmaur, 11.09 am

A record 6.26 percent polling has been recorded in Sirmaur so far.

Out of 5.02% votes polled so far in the Himachal Pradesh Assembly elections, Sirmaur recorded the highest voter turnout of 6.26%, followed by Mandi at 6.24% and Hamirpur at 5.61%.

Himachal Pradesh, 11.03 am

Voters queue up outside polling stations in Himachal

From Shimla to the snowy peaks of Spiti, voters in Himachal Pradesh turned out on Saturday to elect a new state government. With the BJP hoping to set an example and return to power, as well as the Congress looking for an electoral revival, it is a crucial test.

Polling began at a slow pace at 8 am and an Election Commission official said only 4% polling was recorded till 9 am. PTI

Hamirpur, 10.39 am

Union Minister Anurag Thakur casts his vote in Hamirpur

Former Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal, his son and Union Minister Anurag Thakur and their families cast their votes for the assembly elections at Sameerpur in Hamirpur on Saturday.

Himachal Pradesh, 10.26 am

Himachal will vote for OPS, employment: Rahul Gandhi

As voting for the Himachal Pradesh elections began, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Saturday said the state would vote for the return of old pension scheme and employment.

“Himachal will vote for OPS, Himachal will vote for employment and Himachal will vote for Har Ghar Laxmi,” Mr Gandhi said in a tweet in Hindi.

Himachal Pradesh, 10.10 am

Around 5 per cent polling has been done so far.

According to the voter turnout app, 4.89% polling has been registered in Himachal Pradesh after the first hour of polling. The highest ever polling was 6.24% in Mandi, 5.47% in Una and 5.61% in Hamirpur.

Rampur, 9.44 am

Himachal Pradesh Congress President casts vote in Rampur

Himachal Pradesh Congress chief Pratibha Singh, his son and party MLA Vikramaditya Singh cast their vote in Shimla’s Rampur for the assembly elections, “We want to ask the people of Himachal Pradesh to vote for development and work. We are confident of winning 40-45 seats.

Himachal Pradesh, 9.39 am

Close fight between BJP and Congress

a close fight is on the cards The ruling BJP has been hampered by anti-incumbency sentiment in the assembly elections in Himachal Pradesh, while the challenger Congress has been affected by factionalism and fractured leadership within its state units.

This time the bipolar nature of the electoral battle is unlikely to change. The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), which is contesting 67 out of 68 seats after a landslide victory in neighboring Punjab earlier this year, has hardly found a foothold among the voters of Himachal Pradesh. , Vikas Vasudev

Mandi, 9.16 am

CM Jai Ram Thakur casts his vote in Mandi

Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur and his family cast their vote at polling booth 44 in Siraj Assembly Constituency of Mandi on Saturday. “Confidence of a resounding victory. The response is great. Most importantly, people are casting their votes in a peaceful manner.

Himachal Pradesh, 9.05 am

CM Jairam Thakur appealed to the voters to vote in large numbers

Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jairam Thakur on Saturday urged voters to come out in large numbers and participate enthusiastically in the “festival of democracy”. He said that every vote would help in making a prosperous Himachal Pradesh.

“Vote first, then refreshments. Dear people, today is the day of voting. It is my humble request to all the voters of Himachal Pradesh to participate with full enthusiasm in this festival of democracy.

Himachal Pradesh, 8.56 am

you can play spoiler

With AAP throwing its hat into the electoral ring, the divide among voters is set to widen and AAP could play a ‘spoiler’ game for both the parties in seats where there is a close contest between the traditional heavyweights.

The party has been seeking a ‘chance’ from Himachal Pradesh voters against traditional parties so that it can replicate the model of governance in Delhi and Punjab, where it is in power. After the victory in the assembly elections in Punjab, AAP intensified its election campaign in April this year. However, closer to the election, prominent AAP leaders were seen channeling much of their energy in Gujarat and it was the local leadership that campaigned extensively for the party in the state. , Vikas Vasudev

Himachal Pradesh, 8:21 am

Amit Shah appeals to women, youth to vote in maximum numbers

as Voting has begun for the assembly elections Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday appealed to voters, especially mothers, sisters and youth, to vote in maximum numbers to elect a new government in Himachal Pradesh.

Himachal Pradesh, 8:12 am

Around 30,000 security personnel deployed

Around 30,000 security personnel, including 67 companies of the Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs) and over 11,500 state police personnel, will be deployed for peaceful polling in Himachal Pradesh on Saturday.

Himachal Pradesh, 8:10 am

Campaigning ends on 10 November

With the polling in Himachal Pradesh on November 12, the state’s The high-profile election campaign has come to a standstill on Thursday. tour across the state Political lethargy-in the midst of celebration It is understood that there is a clear narrative about bringing about change, making it a close fight for the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to retain its government.

Himachal Pradesh has been a bipolar election arena for the past three decades, with the Congress and the BJP forming governments in turn, and this year too, the contest is on between the two traditional rivals.

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Himachal Pradesh, 8:07 am

Create a new voting record: PM Modi to Himachal voters

Prime Minister Narendra Modi Urged the voters of Himachal Pradesh to participate enthusiastically in the “Festival of Democracy” on Saturday and record voting records.

In a tweet, PM Modi also greeted the young voters who will exercise their franchise for the first time.

Himachal Pradesh, 7:56 am

Only 24 women candidates are in the fray

Of the 412 candidates in the fray, 24 are women, while 388 are men. According to official data, there are a total of 55.93 lakh voters in the state’s electoral roll and they will vote at 7,881 polling stations.

Himachal Pradesh, 7:45 am

BJP eyes history and Congress tradition in high-stakes elections

In the high-stakes battle for Himachal Pradesh, the ruling BJP trying its best to save its groundAnd the Congress has emerged as the main challenger, even as the newcomer Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is trying its luck in the electoral battle.

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