Gujarat Assembly Election Results 2022: Nothing to MISS; Tap THESE links for all Gujarat election results live updates

All eyes are fixed on whether there will be a change or repetition in the power of Gujarat. Tomorrow i.e. on Thursday, the curiosity of all the countrymen including Gujaratis will end and it will be known who will come to power in Gujarat. Be it BJP, AAP or Congress. Final touches are being given to preparations ahead of the counting of votes when the votes are to be counted on December 8. Then the big question is, where to get live updates and all important details of Gujarat Assembly Election Results? So let us tell you today that you can get all these important information from these links given below.

You can see all the results of the Gujarat elections on the website of the Election Commission Also, you can get live and accurate information by downloading Election Commission of India app called Voter turnout out and Zee News English Gujarat election result live link ( ).gujarat-assembly-election-result-2022-live-coverage-bjp-congress-aap-maninagar-ghatlodiya-jamnagar-north-morbi-godhra-gandhinagar-rajkot-bhupendra-patel-isudan-gadhvi-raviba-jadeja-2022- gujarat-assembly-election-results,

If we check the voting figures in this Gujarat election, more than 80 percent voting has been done in two seats of Tharad and Dediapada. While there are only five districts with more than 70 percent voting. It includes Narmada, Tapi, Banaskantha, Sabarkantha and Navsari districts. There are 22 districts where 60 to 69 percent polling has taken place. Apart from this, only 59.05 percent voting has been registered in Ahmedabad district with the highest number of voters. Tharad of Banaskantha registered the highest voter turnout of 86.91 per cent in this poll. While Gandhidham recorded the lowest voter turnout of 47.86 per cent.

Earlier, the average polling percentage for the first phase of the Gujarat Assembly elections was recorded at 63.31 percent and the average polling percentage for the second phase was recorded at 65.30 percent. The average voting percentage of these two has been 64.33 per cent. This is the lowest voter turnout in Gujarat since 2007. If we look at the percentage of previous years, in 2007, 59.77%, 72.02% in 2012 and 69.01% in 2017 were recorded.