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Watch live streaming of Lok Sabha election results from 26 seats in Gujarat on Zee News

The counting of votes will begin at 8 am on May 23, Thursday.

Watch live streaming of Lok Sabha election results from 26 seats in Gujarat on Zee News

‎Gandhinagar: Three-hundred-and-seventy-one candidates are in the fray from 26 Lok Sabha seats in Gujarat, the results of which will be declared on May 23, Thursday, along with the other 516 parliamentary constituencies.

The counting of votes will begin at 8 am on May 23, Thursday. This time, following the Supreme Court's order, the Election Commission will tally the Voter-Verified Paper Audit Trail (VVPAT) slips with five EVMs per assembly segment, which can delay the counting process for over 5 hours or more.

Watch live streaming of Lok Sabha election 2019 for 26 seats in Gujarat.

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Voting took place in seven phases between April 11 to May 19 and Gujarat voted in the third phase on April 23.

Gujarat is the home-turf of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other top BJP leaders including Amit Shah, who is contesting Lok Sabha election for the first time.

The exit polls predicted that it will be a clean sweep for the BJP in Gujarat and the BJP-NDA alliance will get 300+ seats across the country to easily form the government.

The final voter turnout in Gujarat is at 64.11 per cent, which is almost similar to the voter turnout in 2014.

For Gujarat, the ABP-CSDS exit poll predicts a massive victory for BJP in the state. It mentioned that the party is likely to grab 24 Lok Sabha seats while the rest two will go to Congress' kitty. The India Today-Axis My India exit poll says that the BJP will register victory in 25-26 seats. The IANS-CVOTER exit poll shows that the BJP is expected to retain 22 seats in Gujarat. The TimesNow-VMR predicts 23 seats for BJP in Gujarat while Today's Chanakya and IPSOS have given 25 seats each to BJP.

In the 2014 General election, BJP had won all the 26 seats and the Congress, obviously, failed to open its account in the state.