Gujarat Assembly Election 2022: Voting continues for the second phase, PM Modi and Amit Shah cast their vote

Gujarat Assembly Election 2022 Voting underway for the second and final phase of the Gujarat Assembly elections. Today, votes are being cast for 93 seats in 14 districts. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah also cast their votes in Ahmedabad. Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel also voted. On this occasion, PM Modi congratulated the Election Commission for conducting elections in a peaceful manner and also thanked the people of the country for voting in the elections of Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh and Delhi.

Voting continues for the second phase

Voting is being held today for 14 districts including Ahmedabad, Anand, Kheda, Mahisagar, Banaskantha, Patan, Mehsana, Sabarkantha, Aravalli, Gandhinagar, Panch Mahal, Dahod, Vadodara and Chhota Udaipur. Earlier on December 1, in the first phase, voting was held for 89 assembly seats in 19 districts. 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. Any party needs 92 seats to form the government. The results of the election will come on December 8, but the exit poll results of TV channels will come today evening.

CM Shivraj appealed

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. He tweeted that ‘Elections are a great festival of democracy and participation of every citizen should be ensured in it. Today is the second phase of voting for the Gujarat Assembly elections. All you voter brothers and sisters are requested to cast your valuable vote for the progress and progress of Gujarat. Let us inform that along with CM Shivraj, many veteran leaders of Madhya Pradesh had reached for the Gujarat election campaign.

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