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Himachal Assembly Election Results 2022: Full list of winners, seat-wise winning candidates of AAP, BJP, Congress

Himachal Chunav Results 2022: The results of the assembly elections of two states of the country, Himachal Pradesh and Gujarat (Gujarat Assembly elections results) will come today and the counting of votes has started at eight in the morning. Along with PM Modi's home state Gujarat, everyone's eyes are also on Himachal Pradesh. In this mountainous state, it is customary to change the rule every five years. The curiosity is whether this tradition will be repeated this time also or will it be broken? The number of seats in the Himachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly is 68. Rakesh Kumar (BJP), the first candidate to win from Sundernagar, Himachal Pradesh. CM Jairam Thakur wins from Seraj. The magic figure is 35. Anil Sharma (BJP) wins from Himachal Pradesh. A total of 40 candidates win from Congress in Himachal Polls, 25 from BJP and 3 from Independent Party.

 

  • The survey also revealed that the Congress is rising in the last minute survey as Priyanka Gandhi's campaign is helping them.
  • The latest survey has revealed that the Congress is likely to get 44.2 percent votes in this election.
  • After polling in Himachal Pradesh on November 12, counting will have to wait till December 8.

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Himachal Assembly Election Results 2022: Full list of winners, seat-wise winning candidates of AAP, BJP, Congress

bBJP is still leading in Himachal Pradesh election polls. However, the exit poll survey also predicts that the Congress will give a tough fight. The survey shows that the difference between the ruling party and the opposition party is very small. In the 2017 assembly polls, Congress, BJP and others got 41.7 percent, 48.8 percent and 9.5 percent votes respectively. And the latest survey has revealed that the Congress is likely to get 44.2 percent votes in this election. There the Congress vote may increase by as much as 2.5 percent. BJP could get 44.8 percent votes. Their vote could drop as low as 3.9 percent. AAP can get 3.3 percent. Others can get 7.7 percent. In this case, the votes of others may decrease by about 1.8 percent.

The number of seats in the Himachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly is 68. The magic figure is 35. The latest survey suggests that this year's result could be triangular. Because BJP can have between 31 and 39 seats. On the other hand, Congress may have between 20 and 28. The survey also revealed that the Congress is rising in the last minute survey as Priyanka Gandhi's campaign is helping them. After polling in Himachal Pradesh on November 12, counting will have to wait till December 8.

Currently, Bharatiya Janata Party is in government in Himachal Pradesh. Jairam Thakur and Rakesh Kumar won from their respective constituency in Himachal Pradesh. Anil Sharma (BJP) wins from Himachal Pradesh. A total of 40 candidates win from Congress in Himachal Polls, 25 from BJP and 3 from Independent party.

Here you can see all the information about which party gets how many seats in Himachal Pradesh Chunav Results in 2022 out of 68 assembly constituencies. Also, the complete details of which MLAs have been elected from which constituencies can also be seen on the page below.

S.NO CONSTITUENCY NAME WINNING CANDIDATE'S NAME AND PARTY NAME
1 CHURAH (SC) Hansraj (BJP) WINNER
2 BHARMOUR (ST) Janak Raj (BJP) WINNER
3 CHAMBA Neeraj Nayar (Congress) WINNER
4 DALHOUSIE Dhavinder Singh ( BJP) WINNER
5 BHATTIYAT Kuldeep Singh Pathania (Congress) WINNER
6 NURPUR Ranbir Singh (BJP) WINNER
7 INDORA (SC) Malender Rajan (Congress) WINNER
8 FATEHPUR Bhawani Singh Pathania (Congress) WINNER
9 JAWALI Chander Kumar (Congress) WINNER
10 DEHRA Hoshyar Singh (IND) WINNER
11 JASWAN-PRAGPUR Bikram Singh (BJP) WINNER
12 JAWALAMUKHI Sanjay Rattan (Congress) WINNER
13 JAISINGHPUR (SC) Yadvinder Goma (Congress) WINNER
14 SULLAH Vipin S Parmar (BJP) WINNER
15 NAGROTA RS Bali (Congress) WINNER
16 KANGRA Pawan K Kajal (BJP) WINNER
17 SHAHPUR Kewal Singh (Congress) WINNER
18 DHARAMSHALA Sudhir Sharma (Congress) WINNER
19 PALAMPUR Ashish Butail (Congress) WINNER
20 BAIJNATH (SC) Kishori Lal (Congress) WINNER
21 LAHAUL AND SPITI (ST) Ravi Thakur (Congress) WINNER
22 MANALI Bhuvneshwar Gaur (Congress) WINNER
23 KULLU Sunder Singh Thakur (Congress) WINNER
24 BANJAR Surender Shourie (BJP) WINNER
25 ANNI (SC) Lokender Kumar (BJP) WINNER
26 KARSOG (SC) Deep Raj (BJP) WINNER
27 SUNDERNAGAR Rakesh Kumar (BJP) WINNER
28 NACHAN (SC) Vinod Kumar (BJP) WINNER
29 SERAJ Jairam Thakur (BJP) WINNER
30 DARANG Puran Chand (BJP) WINNER
31 JOGINDERNAGAR Prakash Prem Kumar (BJP) WINNER
32 DHARAMPUR Chander Shekhar (Congress) WINNER
33 MANDI Anil Sharma (BJP) WINNER
34 BALH (SC) Inder Singh (BJP) WINNER
35 SARKAGHAT Dalip Thakur (BJP) WINNER
36 BHORANJ (SC) Suresh Kumar (Congress) WINNER
37 SUJANPUR Rajinder Singh (Congress) WINNER
38 HAMIRPUR Ashish Sharma (IND) WINNER
39 BARSAR Inder Dutt Lakhanpal (Congress) WINNER
40 NADAUN Sukhvinder Singh (Congress) WINNER
41 CHINTPURNI (SC) Neeraj Nayar (Congress) WINNER
42 GAGRET Chaitanya Sharma (Congress) WINNER
43 HAROLI Mukesh Agnihotri (Congress) WINNER
44 UNA Satpal Singh Satti (BJP) WINNER
45 KUTLEHAR Davinder Kumar (Congress) WINNER
46 JHANDUTA (SC) Jeet Ram Katwal (BJP) WINNER
47 GHUMARWIN Rajesh Dharmani (Congress) WINNER
48 BILASPUR Trilok Jamwal (BJP) WINNER
49 SRI NAINA DEVIJI Randhir Sharma (BJP) WINNER
50 ARKI Sanjay (Congress) WINNER
51 NALAGARH K.L Thakur (IND) WINNER
52 DOON Ram Kumar (Congress) WINNER
53 SOLAN (SC) Dhani Ram Shandil (Congress) WINNER
54 KASAULI (SC) Vinod Sultanpuri (Congress) WINNER
55 PACHHAD (SC) Reena (BJP) WINNER
56 NAHAN Ajay Solanki (Congress) WINNER
57 SRI RENUKAJI (SC) Vinay Kumar (Congress) WINNER
58 PAONTA SAHIB Sukh Ram (BJP) WINNER
59 SHILLAI Harshwardhan Chauhan (Congress) WINNER
60 CHOPAL Sh. Balbir Singh Verma (BJP) WINNER
61 THEOG Kuldeep Singh Rathore (Congress) WINNER
62 KASUMPTI Anirudh Singh (Congress) WINNER
63 SHIMLA Harish Janartha (Congress) WINNER
64 SHIMLA RURAL Vikramaditya Singh (Congress) WINNER
65 JUBBAL-KOTKHAI Rohit Thakur (Congress) WINNER
66 RAMPUR (SC) Nand Lal (Congress) WINNER
67 ROHRU (SC) Mohan Lal Brakta (Congress) WINNER
68 KINNAUR (ST) Jagat Singh Negi (Congress) WINNER

As soon as the counting of votes in Himachal Pradesh starts, the trends have started coming. In the initial trends, Congress is leading on 32 seats. BJP is ahead in 32 seats. The thing to note is that the Aam Aadmi Party's account has not been opened at all. However, independent candidates have gained in three seats. When the counting of votes started, the BJP was leading at that time, but by 9 o'clock the Congress has overtaken the BJP leaving it behind. According to the trends, Congress seems to be getting majority.

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