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Gujarat election 2022: Gujarat assembly polls to be held in two phases on Dec 1 and 5; results on Dec 8

Gujarat: The dates for the assembly elections in Gujarat were announced today. Election Commissioner Rajeev Kumar said that this time also elections in Gujarat will be held in two phases like last time. Polling will be held in the first phase on December 1 and in the second phase on December 5. The counting of votes will be held on December 8 along with the results of Himachal Assembly elections.

By Priyanka Verma 
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Gujarat: Today, The dates for the assembly elections in Gujarat were announced. Chief Election Commissioner Rajiv Kumar and Election Commissioner Anup Chandra Pandey gave information about the elections by holding a press conference. Election Commissioner Rajeev Kumar said that this time also elections in Gujarat will be held in two phases like last time. Polling will be held in the first phase on December 1 and in the second phase on December 5. The counting of votes will be held on December 8 along with the results of Himachal Assembly elections.

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Election Commissioner Rajiv Kumar said that this time 4.9 crore voters will vote in Gujarat. According to the Election Commissioner, this time 4.6 lakh new voters will vote. Voting will be held at 51782 polling station. 142 model polling stations will be set up. 182 special polling stations will be built for the differently-abled. There will be 1274 polling stations for women.

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Chief Election Commissioner Rajiv Kumar said that 3,24,422 new voters will vote for the first time this time in the Gujarat Assembly elections. The total number of polling stations is 51,782. At least 50 percent of the polling stations established in the state will have webcasting arrangements. According to the Election Commission, there are 142 model polling stations. 1274 polling stations will be such in which only women will be deployed. Shipping container will also be made polling station

Chief Election Commissioner Rajeev Kumar said that this time there will be 33 such polling stations which will be operated by Yuva Polling Team, this will motivate the youth to vote. This time the shipping container has also been made a polling station. For the first time, shipping containers will also act as polling stations. There will be one polling station for Gir forest where there is only one voter. Election commission representatives will go for the postal vote. There will be one polling station for Gir forest where there is only one voter. In this way the criminal information of the candidate will be found

According to the Election Commissioner, if any citizen wants to know about his candidate, he can see in the KYC option on the website of the Election Commission. Through this, the criminal information of the candidate will also be found. The election expenditure will be monitored by various state and central agencies. Will monitor and take action.

The Election Commission has said that any citizen can complain to the Election Commission through the CVigil mobile app, regarding any discrepancy, the result will be available in 100 minutes. Special camp for third gender enrollment

The Election Commission said that the commission is also taking steps to vote for the third gender. Special camps are being organized for third gender enrollment.

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There are total 182 seats in the Gujarat Legislative Assembly. Of these, 40 seats are reserved. 13 seats are reserved for Scheduled Castes (SC) and 27 seats are reserved for Scheduled Tribes (ST) and tribal society. In the 2017 elections, the Bharatiya Janata Party got 99 seats, the Congress 77 seats. Two seats were won by the Tribal Party of India, one seat by the NCP, and independents won the remaining three seats. In Gujarat, there has been a contest between the BJP and the Congress in the elections for a long time, but this time the Aam Aadmi Party is also trying hard in the field for the assembly elections. The term of the Gujarat Legislative Assembly will end on February 18.

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