The counting of votes for the Himachal Pradesh election 2022 result kicked off on Thursday. The main contenders in the HP election 2022 are the BJP and the Congress. The hilly state has 68 seats and the halfway mark is 35. The Congress has surged ahead of the BJP in the Himachal Pradesh assembly elections. The grand old party is leading on 15 out of the 68 seats and has won 24 seats. Further BJP has won 12 seats and is ahead on 12 seats. Himachal Pradesh has not returned any incumbent government to power in the last nearly four decades. And, for Congress, the victory in Himachal is much-needed for its revival, as it has seen a spate of electoral losses in the last few years | Hp Election Result | Himachal Pradesh election 2022 | hp assembly election 2022 | hp election poll
Ex-CM Virbhadra Singh’s son Vikramaditya retains seat
Former Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh Virbhadra Singh’s son Vikramaditya Singh retains seat from Shimla (Rural) by defeating his nearest rival Ravi Kumar Mehta of the BJP by 13,860 votes.
There were six candidates in fray from this seat.
Talking to media, Vikramaditya said the Congress is all set to form the government according to the poll trends and that the new dispensation will fulfil all the promises it made to the people.
Vikramaditya claimed that his father’s legacy has helped the party get a clear mandate.
Replying to the possibility of MLA poaching, he said senior Congress leaders were in the state and that the party was united. “We will do everything to save our MLAs from poaching by the BJP,” he added
BJP rebel K L Thakur wins from Nalagarh seat
BJP rebel K L Thakur, who contested as an Independent, won from Nalagarh assembly seat in Himachal Pradesh on Thursday, according to the Election Commission.
Thakur defeated his nearest Congress rival Hardeep Singh Bawa by a margin of 13,264 votes.
Thakur had won the 2012 state polls on a BJP ticket but lost in 2017 and was denied a ticket by the party this time.
The BJP chose Lakhwinder Singh Rana, a two-term Congress MLA, who jumped ship ahead of the elections.
All the three Independent candidates in the fray — Thakur, Hoshiyar Singh from Dehra and Ashish Sharma from Hamirpur — were BJP rebels
Himachal Election LIVE Results: The Congress has surged ahead of the BJP on 39 of the 68 seats with one seat already under its belt, while the ruling party has won four seats and is ahead in 21 constituencies, according to trends from Himachal Pradesh where the counting of votes is underway
HP Election Result 2022 Winners list
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|43||Haroli||Congress Leader Mukesh Agnihotri|
|49||Sri Naina Deviji||TBA|
Himachal Pradesh Election LIVE Results: Cong Leads on 40 Seats
The Congress is leading in 40 seats followed by the BJP in 25 according to latest figures by CNN-News18 election coverage
Himachal Pradesh Election Results Updates: Cong’s Dhani Ram Shandil defeats son-in-law and BJP candidate Rajesh Kashyap
Veteran Congress leader Dhani Ram Shandil has retained his Solan seat in Himachal Pradesh, defeating his nearest BJP rival and son-in-law Rajesh Kashyap. Shandil defeated Kashyap by a margin of 3,858 votes hp assembly election 2022 | hp election poll | Hp Election Result hp assembly election 2022 | hp election poll | Hp Election Result
Himachal Pradesh Election Results Updates: BJP’s Sarveen Chaudhary Loses Shahpur Seat
Himachal Pradesh minister Sarveen Chaudhary lost the Shahpur seat in Kangra to Congress candidate Kewal Singh Pathania by a margin of 12,243 votes
HP Assembly Election Live Counting 2022
According to some reports, the vote counting for the Himachal Pradesh Assembly Election 2022 will commence on 8th December 2022 at 08:00 AM. Around ten centers have been organized for the vote-counting procedure. After counting the votes, the assembly election result of Himachal Pradesh will be declared.
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Himachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly Election Result 2022 Live Updates: With the Congress on track to defeat the BJP and return to power in Himachal Pradesh, Chief Minister Jairam Thakur conceded the party’s defeat, saying he respected the verdict given by the people. He stated that he would soon be head to the governor’s office to submit his resignation.
Meanwhile, the Congress has started to move its winning MLAs to Chandigarh, where they are likely to meet to discuss their next course of action, sources told The Indian Express. The Congress party is leading in 40 seats — well past the halfway mark of the 68-seat Assembly. The BJP, meanwhile, is leading in 26 seats. Independent candidates 1are leading in five seats and could potentially play a crucial role in government formation. Congress leaders Bhupinder Baghel, Bhupinder Hooda, and Rajiv Shukla are now heading to the hill state | hp assembly election 2022 | hp election poll | Hp Election Result
Himachal poll results: Massive drubbing for Cong’s Asha Kumari from Dalhousie, BJP’s ‘doctor candidate’ wins in Bharmour
Even as the Congress looks all set to form the next government in Himachal Pradesh, the party’s six-time MLA Asha Kumari faced a massive drubbing from Dalhousie, trailing by over 9,700 votes against BJP’s Dhavinder Singh Thakur, till the filing of this report.
Kumari, better known as ‘Asha Rani’ in her constituency, was among the top contenders for the CM’s post in the hill state, but now even as the Congress is inching towards the magic number to form the government in the state, she is out of the race for the top post following her massive defeat from Dalhousie constituency of Chamba district | hp assembly election 2022 | hp election poll | Hp Election Result
As rebels held BJP down in Himachal, Congress got several things right: poll promises, tickets, personal connect
It was a battle between tradition and ambition. Traditionally, Himachal Pradesh has never repeated a government in power in the last 37 years. The pragmatic Himachali voter has always thought it best not to let any party get too comfortable in the seat. Even in the run-up to these elections, this sentiment was evident on the ground – “Inhein dekh Liya, ab Congress ko chance dete hain (We have seen them, now let’s see the others”. But this time, equally strong was the BJP’s call for changing the “riwaaz (tradition)”.
The winds of change were evident since the October 2021 polls when Congress won all four seats. But many thought the BJP had a real chance, given that the Congress had lost its mascot, six-time chief minister Virbhadra Singh in 2021, and that it was in shambles at the Centre. The BJP also had a trump card in Prime Minister Narendra Modi, whose popularity seemed to cut across party lines in the state
Our observers and in-charge secretaries are going there (Himachal Pradesh) and they will decide when to meet Governor and call a meeting of (Congress MLAs). I want to thank the people, our workers, and our leaders as due to their efforts this result has come. I want to thank Priyanka Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra also helped us with this. Sonia Gandhi’s blessings are also with us | himachal pradesh election 2022 | hp election poll
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The Himachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly or the Himachal Pradesh Vidhan Sabha is the unicameral legislature of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. The present strength of the Vidhan Sabha is 68 members
The present strength of the Vidhan Sabha is 68. The Assembly building is located in Annadale in the state’s summer capital of Shimla
Lahul & Spiti is the largest district of Himachal Pradesh covering an area of 13841.0001067179 km² while Hamirpur is the smallest district of Himachal Pradesh covering an area of 1117.99990824324 km². Kangra is the most populous whereas Lahul & Spiti is the least populous district in Himachal Pradesh state