Himachal Election: Voting has been done for 68 seats in Himachal Pradesh on Saturday. Although the main contest remains between the BJP and the Congress, but this time the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is also in the electoral fray. According to the data of the Election Commission, 70.94 percent voter turnout was recorded. The highest voting was recorded in Una at 76.69 percent. The lowest in Kullu, where 67.41 percent of the people cast their vote. Let us tell you that in the last election held in 2017, a record 75.57 percent voting was done.
How many voting took place in which district?
70.94 percent voting took place in Himachal Pradesh. Una district has the highest number of 76.69 percent votes. Voter turnout was 73.21 percent in Solan, 76.69 percent in Una and 67.54 percent in Lahaul Spiti. 69.72% in Bilaspur, 70.74% in Chamba, 67.07% in Hamirpur, 71.27% in Kangra, 62% in Kinnaur, 70.50% in Kullu, 68.21% in Shimla and 75.12 percent in Solan cast their vote. Mandi district 70. 76 voting took place. Counting of votes will take place on December 8.
What did the CM say?
After voting, Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur said in a tweet, ‘It is a matter of happiness that today there was a lot of enthusiasm among the voters of all classes in the voting held across the state. A big thank you to all the voters who voted. With the cooperation of all of you, the election campaign and voting were conducted peacefully, thanks to everyone for this.” At the same time, before voting, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal also urged people to vote for their children and better future of Himachal. appealed. Let us inform that the AAP is contesting on 67 out of 68 seats.
What did Congress say?
Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi tweeted, “Himachal will vote for OPS (Old Pension Scheme), Himachal will vote for employment, Himachal will vote for ‘Har Ghar Laxmi’. Come, vote in large numbers and make your valuable contribution for the progress and prosperous future of Himachal.
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