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Gujarat Elections Are To Be Held In Two Phases With Only A Month For Canvassing

The Election Commission on 3rd November 2022 declared that Gujarat would go to polls in two phases on December 01 and 05. Chief Election Commissioner, Rajiv Kumar, before announcing the dates expressed his condolences to the Morbi mishap victims.

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The Election Commission on 3rd November 2022 declared that Gujarat would go to polls in two phases on December 01 and 05. Chief Election Commissioner, Rajiv Kumar, before announcing the dates expressed his condolences to the victims of the Morbi bridge tragedy. He also gave the reason for the delay in the announcement as the unfortunate accident claimed the lives of over 135 people. 

The forte state of Bharatiya Janata Party and Prime Minister Narendra Modi will go to polls for 182 seats of its legislative assembly in December in two phases. In which the first phase will be held on 1st December for 89 seats, while the second phase will be held on 5th December for the rest 93 seats.

The results will be declared on 8th December according to the Election commission of India. Soon a model code of conduct will be announced in the state which restricts any leader or party to use unfair ways during the period, to which the ECI strictly adheres. 

With over 4.9 crore eligible voters, ECI will be setting up more than 51000 polling stations. The last date to file nominations in the election will be 14th November 2022 for the seats in the first phase, and 17th November 2022 for the seats in the second phase. While the final date for withdrawal of the nominations will be 17th November and 21st November for both phases respectively. 

The dates of the Himachal Pradesh elections are yet to be announced by the Election Commission of India. However, all eyes are set on the forte state of the BJP. The current ruling party has been in power for more than 25 years straight, which makes the election even more prestigious. The equation seems to be straight between BJP and the newly emerging AAP, with INC in the middle of both. 

The current term of Bhupendra Bhai Patel ends on 18th February 2023, with the current seat equation being 111 seats of BJP and 62 seats of Congress. 

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