Gujarat Election Results 2022: How to check Results at eci.gov.in – Election Commission website | Step by Step Guide | Party Wise, candidates wise, constituency wise complete details
Gujarat Election results how to check on mobile device complete details: Counting of the votes for Gujarat elections has started on Thursday with tight security amid election commission strict orders.
For the first half time initially the ballot papers were counted and later the EVM (electronic voting machines) were counted for votes.
While counting the votes tight security is maintained throughout all the centers equipped with CCTV cameras.
Here we will show you step by step how to check the election results in mobile, where you can see all the detail like how many seats were there total and how man seats are won by each party separately.
Also as we know the magic number for Gujrat was 92 to get a party into power.
STEP 1: log in to https://results.eci.gov.in/
STEP 2 : Move to GENERAL ELECTIONS TO ASSEMBLY CONSTITUENCY DECEMBER-2022
STEP 3 : You will see this page https://results.eci.gov.in/ResultAcGenDec2022/partywiseresult-S06.htm
STEP 4 : There you can select Gujarat from drop down menu
STEP 5 : Here you can select candidates wise, party wise or territory wise as well
The Gujrat elections counting has started on Thursday morning nearly at 37 counting centers. The security was very tight at all the centers all centers equipped with CCTV. All the officials appointed by election commission of India were present during the counting of votes across all polling stations.
Timings of counting:
First the ballot papers were counted which got started at 8:30 PM in the morning and EVM counting started at around 11.
To maintain the smoothness across the counting process all the necessary arrangements were made for the Gujrat elections counting process. The entire counting process is being videotaped while 182 officials from election commission were observing the election process. In addition to these arrangements each counting table is having micro observer and a assistant for smooth courting to happen.
How the polling has been done ?
The state elections pooling has been done in 2 phases. The polling for first half was done for 89 seats on December 1, and remaining 93 seats were polled on December 5. The total voting rate in state was observed up to 64.55% according to officials. which is actually 4% less as compared to the previous assembly election held in 2017 where a total 71% voting rate was achieved.
It was observed that out of total 4.9 crore resisted voters only 3.16 crore voters voted in 2022 elections.
The BJP contested for all the 182 seats, while newly formed party AAP (Aam Adami Party) Contested for 181 seats. The main opposition congress contested for 179 seats across the state. Further NCP contested for 2 seats, a total of 1612 candidates were in the election race.