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Gujarat Assembly Elections 2017


Map of Gujarat Assembly Constituency (Phase-Wise Election)

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Gujarat Legislative Assembly Election will be in two phases on 9th December and 14th December 2017. The poll result of 14th Legislative Assembly of Gujarat is scheduled to be announced on 18th December. The battle for becoming the next chief minister of Gujarat seems interesting as two major political parties of India - the Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) are aiming to give their best shot. The state of Gujarat is a major influence on the national politics being backed by stalwart leaders of the BJP- Narendra Modi and party chief Amit Shah. While BJP will aim to retain its power with the upcoming elections in Gujarat under the guidance of strategist Shah. The current chief minister of Gujarat- Vijay R. Rupani who is a popular among people could be BJP's prominent candidate for the Gujarat Polls 2017. This year the Congress party had already lost 16 of its MLAs- while some are said to have joined the BJP ahead of the Gujarat Election 2017. The Congress has not yet finalized its chief ministerial candidate but is hoping to win the upcoming Gujarat Assembly Election 2017 and is reaching out to young leaders of various agitations in Gujarat- be it Hardik Patel (Patel agitation), Jignesh Mevani (Dalit leader), and Alpesh Thakore (backward caste leader). However, in Gujarat the battle is tough for Congress. The winning party will be known only on 18th December, when counting will take place.

Gujarat Assembly Election Schedule 2017

Phase -1 (89 Constituencies)
Date of Issue of Gazette Notification 14.11.2017 (TUES)
Last Date of Nominations 21.11.2017 (TUES)
Date for Scrutiny of Nominations 22.11.2017 (WED)
Last Date for Withdrawal of candidatures 24.11.2017 (FRI)
Date of Polling 09.12.2017 (SAT)
Date of Counting 18.12.2017 (MON)
Date before which election shall be completed 20.12.2017 (WED)
Phase -2 (93 Constituencies)
Date of Issue of Gazette Notification 20.11.2017 (MON)
Last Date of Nominations 27.11.2017 (MON)
Date for Scrutiny of Nominations 28.11.2017 (TUES)
Last Date for Withdrawal of candidatures 30.11.2017 (THUR)
Date of Polling 14.12.2017 (THUR)
Date of Counting 18.12.2017 (MON)
Date before which election shall be completed 20.12.2017 (WED)


Map of Gujarat Assembly Constituency

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List of Gujarat Assembly Constituencies (Gujarat Vidhan Sabha Seats)



A.C. No.Assembly Constituency NameA.C. No.Assembly Constituency Name
1Abdasa92Kodinar
2Mandvi St93Una
3Bhuj94Dhari
4Anjar95Amreli
5Gandhidham96Lathi
6Rapar97Savarkundla
7Vav98Rajula
8Tharad99Mahuva St
9Dhanera100Talaja
10Danta101Gariadhar
11Vadgam102Palitana
12Palanpur103Bhavnagar Rural
13Deesa104Bhavnagar East
14Deodar105Bhavnagar West
15Kankrej106Gadhada
16Radhanpur107Botad
17Chanasma108Khambhat
18Patan109Borsad
19Sidhpur110Anklav
20Kheralu111Umreth
21Unjha112Anand
22Visnagar113Petlad
23Becharaji114Sojitra
24Kadi115Matar
25Mahesana116Nadiad
26Vijapur117Mehmedabad
27Himatnagar118Mahudha
28Idar119Thasra
29Khedbrahma120Kapadvanj
30Bhiloda121Balasinor
31Modasa122Lunavada
32Bayad123Santrampur
33Prantij124Shehra
34Dahegam125Morva Hadaf
35Gandhinagar North126Godhra
36Gandhinagar South127Kalol Panchmahal
37Mansa128Halol
38Kalol Gandhinagar129Fatepura
39Viramgam130Jhalod
40Sanand131Limkheda
41Ghatlodia132Dahod
42Vejalpur133Garbada
43Vatva134Devgadh Baria
44Ellis Bridge135Savli
45Naranpura136Vaghodia
46Nikol137Chhota Udaipur
47Naroda138Jetpur
48Thakkarbapa Nagar139Sankheda
49Bapunagar140Dabhoi
50Amraiwadi141Vadodara City
51Dariapur142Sayajiganj
52Jamalpur Khadia143Akota
53Maninagar144Raopura
54Danilimda145Manjalpur
55Sabarmati146Padra
56Asarwa147Karjan
57Daskroi148Nandod
58Dholka149Dediapada
59Dhandhuka150Jambusar
60Dasada151Vagra
61Limbdi152Jhagadia
62Wadhwan153Bharuch
63Chotila154Ankleshwar
64Dhrangadhra155Olpad
65Morbi156Mangrol
66Tankara157Mandvi
67Wankaner158Kamrej
68Rajkot East159Surat City East
69Rajkot West160Surat City North
70Rajkot South161Varachha Road
71Rajkot Rural162Karanj
72Jasdan163Limbayat
73Gondal164Udhna
74Jetpur St165Majura
75Dhoraji166Katargam
76Kalavad167Surat City West
77Jamnagar Rural168Chorasi
78Jamnagar North169Bardoli
79Jamnagar South170Mahuva
80Jamjodhpur171Vyara
81Khambhalia172Nizar
82Dwarka173Dangs
83Porbandar174Jalalpore
84Kutiyana175Navsari
85Manavadar176Gandevi
86Junagadh177Bansda
87Visavadar178Dharampur
88Keshod179Valsad
89Mangrol St180Pardi
90Somnath181Kaprada
91Talala182Umbergaon


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