Gujarat Assembly Election 2022: Voting continues for the first phase, fate of many veterans at stake

Gujarat Assembly Election 2022 : Voting is going on in Gujarat today for the first phase. In the first phase, voting is going on for 89 assembly seats falling in 19 districts. The fate of 788 candidates is at stake in these 89 seats, including many big names. Where there is a challenge before the BJP to save power, Congress and AAP have also made tall claims. The tenure of the Gujarat Legislative Assembly is ending on 18 February 2023 and according to the constitution, it is necessary to constitute a new assembly before that. The results of the Gujarat assembly elections will come on December 8.

For the first phase, 2,39,77,670 voters will exercise their franchise at 25434 polling booths. There will be voting in two phases, for the second phase, votes will be held on December 5. The districts of Kutch, Surendranagar, Morbi, Rajkot, Jamnagar, Amreli, Bhavnagar, Botad, Narmada, Bharuch, Surat, Tapi, Devbhoomi Dwarka, Porbandar, Junagadh, Gir Somnath, Dangs, Navsari, and Valsad go to polls today. The credibility of many veterans is at stake here and they can change the course of the entire election. In today’s total 788 candidates, 339 independent candidates are also in the fray.

This time 4 crore 91 lakh 17 thousand 308 people are included in the voter list of the Election Commission for the Gujarat assembly elections. Among them, the number of young voters is more. CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan has also appealed to the voters to vote for the Gujarat elections. In a tweet, he said that ‘voting is the biggest donation in a democratic system. Today is the first phase of voting for the Gujarat assembly elections. I request all the brothers and sisters to participate in the progress and development of Gujarat by exercising their franchise. Let us inform that along with CM Shivraj, many veteran leaders of Madhya Pradesh had reached for the Gujarat election campaign. There, campaigning for the second phase of polling is in its final stages.

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