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Himachal Pradesh Assembly Election 2017


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Himachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly Election 2017



Himachal Pradesh will witness assembly elections on 9 November 2017 for electing its new Chief Minister. Voting will be held for all of the state's 68 constituencies. Chief Ministerial candidates from prominent political parties are garnering hope with the upcoming polls on Thursday in Himachal Pradesh. Pertaining to Himachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly Election, Prem Kumar Dhumal is BJP's chief ministerial candidate while Congress has played safe with its candidate, Virbhadra Singh. Amidst chaos and speculations, the Bharatiya Janata Party's chief Amit Shah announced that under the leadership of Dhumal, "BJP is likely to win with a two-thirds majority." However, the battle for Himachal Pradesh is becoming interesting with each passing day. 83-year-old, Virbhadra Singh is likely to contest from Arki constituency while Prem Kumar Dhumal, a two-time former chief minister of the BJP, is contesting Himachal Assembly Elections 2017 from Sujanpur constituency. For Himachal Pradesh Election 2017, Bharatiya Janata Party's confidence of winning 60 seats out of 68 assembly constituency will be tested by the voters on 9th November 2017. Fate of 337 candidates for forming the new Legislative Assembly will be decided by 50,25,941 voters of Himachal Pradesh on Thursday. Following which the counting of votes will start on December 18 at 8AM.

Following is the Schedule for the 2017 Himachal Pradesh Assembly Elections:

Himachal Pradesh Assembly Election Schedule 2017
Single Phase (68 Constituencies)
Date of notification:16. Oct. 2017
Last Date of Nominations23. Oct. 2017
Scrutiny of nominations24. Oct. 2017
Withdrawal of candidature:26. Oct. 2017
Polling Date9. Nov. 2017
Counting of Vote18. Dec. 2017


Himachal Pradesh Assembly Elections Result 2012



Co. NoConstituency NameWinnerParty
1Churah (SC)Hans Raj BJP
2Bharmour (ST)Thakur Singh Bharmouri Cong
3ChambaBal Krishan Chauhan BJP
4DalhousieAsha Kumari Cong
5BhattiyatBikram Singh Jaryal BJP
6NurpurAjay Mahajan Cong
7Indora (SC)Manohar Dhiman IND
8FatehpurSujan Singh Pathania Cong
9JawaliNeeraj Bharti Cong
10DehraRavinder Singh BJP
11Jaswan-PragpurBikram Singh BJP
12JawalamukhiSanjay Rattan Cong
13Jaisinghpur (SC)Yadvinder Goma Cong
14SullahJagjiwan Paul Cong
15NagrotaG.S. Bali Cong
16KangraPawan Kajal IND
17ShahpurSarveen BJP
18DharamshalaSudhir Sharma Cong
19PalampurBrij Behari Lal Butail Cong
20Baijnath (SC)Kishori Lal Cong
21Lahaul & Spiti (ST)Ravi Thakur Cong
22ManaliGovind Singh Thakur BJP
23KulluMaheshwar Singh HLP
24BanjarKaran Singh Cong
25Anni (SC)Khub Ram Cong
26Karsog (SC)Mansa Ram Cong
27SundernagarSohan Lal Cong
28Nachan (SC)Vinod Kumar BJP
29SerajJai Ram Thakur BJP
30DarangKaul Singh Thakur Cong
31JogindernagarGulab Singh Thakur BJP
32DharampurMahender Singh BJP
33MandiAnil Kumar Cong
34Balh (SC)Prakash Choudhary Cong
35SarkaghatInder Singh BJP
36Bhoranj (SC)Ishwar Dass Dhiman BJP
37SujanpurRajinder Singh IND
38HamirpurPrem Kumar Dhumal BJP
39BarsarInder Dutt Lakhanpal Cong
40NadaunVijay Agnihotri BJP
41Chintpurni (SC)Kuldeep Kumar Cong
42GagretRakesh Kalia Cong
43HaroliMukesh Agnihotri Cong
44UnaSatpal Singh Satti BJP
45KutleharVirender Kanwar BJP
46Jhanduta (SC)Rikhi Ram BJP
47GhumarwinRajesh Dharmani Cong
48BilaspurBumber Thakur Cong
49Sri Naina DevijiRandhir Sharma BJP
50ArkiGovind Ram Sharma BJP
51NalagarhKrishan Lal Thakur BJP
52DoonRam Kumar Cong
53Solan (SC)Dhani Ram Shandil Cong
54Kasauli (SC)Dr. Rajiv Saijal BJP
55Pachhad (SC)Suresh Kumar BJP
56NahanRajiv Bindal BJP
57Sri Renukaji (SC)Vinay Kumar Cong
58Paonta SahibKirnesh Jung IND
59ShillaiBaldev Singh Tomar BJP
60ChopalBalbir Singh Verma IND
61TheogVidya Stokes Cong
62KasumptiAnirudh Singh Cong
63ShimlaSuresh Bhardwaj BJP
64Shimla RuralVirbhadra Singh Cong
65Jubbal-KotkhaiRohit Thakur Cong
66Rampur (SC)Nand Lal Cong
67Rohru (SC)Mohan Lal Brakta Cong
68Kinnaur (ST)Jagat Singh Negi Cong


List of Himachal Pradesh Assembly Constituencies (Himachal Vidhan Sabha Seats)



A.C. No.Assembly Constituency NameA.C. No.Assembly Constituency Name
1Churah35Sarkaghat
2Bharmour36Bhoranj
3Chamba37Sujanpur
4Dalhousie38Hamirpur
5Bhattiyat39Barsar
6Nurpur40Nadaun
7Indora41Chintpurni
8Fatehpur42Gagret
9Jawali43Haroli
10Dehra44Una
11Jaswan Pragpur45Kutlehar
12Jawalamukhi46Jhanduta
13Jaisinghpur47Ghumarwin
14Sullah48Bilaspur
15Nagrota49Sri Naina Deviji
16Kangra50Arki
17Shahpur51Nalagarh
18Dharamshala52Doon
19Palampur53Solan
20Baijnath54Kasauli
21Lahaul And Spiti55Pachhad
22Manali56Nahan
23Kullu57Sri Renukaji
24Banjar58Paonta Sahib
25Anni59Shillai
26Karsog60Chopal
27Sundernagar61Theog
28Nachan62Kasumpti
29Seraj63Shimla Rural
30Darang64Shimla
31Joginder Nagar65Jubbal Kotkhai
32Dharampur66Rampur
33Mandi67Rohru
34Balh68Kinnaur


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Himachal Pradesh Elections: A Curtain Raiser : Himachal Pradesh will go to the polls on November 9 to elect a new Chief Minister. The term of the present 68-member Himachal Pradesh Assembly culminates on January 7, 2017. Results of the election, which will be held in a single phase, will be announced on December 18. With the announcement of the elections, the model code of conduct has come into force. The last date for filling of nominations in the state is October…
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