Himachal Assembly Election Results 2017 Live Vote Counting BJP Cong Seat

Himachal Assembly Election Results 2017 – Exit polls conducted on Dec 14 said that BJP would oust congress and form government in Himachal Pradesh. The Times Now-VMR and Zee News-Axis opinion polls forecasted that the BJP would win 51 of the total 68 Assembly seats. 16 seats would be won by Congress as per TimesNow and 17 seats as per the Zee News-Axis poll would go to Congress.There are a total of 68 seats in Himachal Pradesh, elections to which were held on November 9.

As per Aaj Tak-Axis exit poll, 47-55 seats would go to the saffron party, 13-20 to the Congress and 0-2 to others. Among other exit polls, the News X survey predicted that the BJP would gather 42-50 seats and Congress will gather 18-24.

A party needs 35 seats to be able to form a government. The final results will be out on December 18.
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Election YearAssemblyWinning Party/CoalitionChief Minister
1952Legislative Assembly of Part-C State of H.P.Indian National CongressYashwant Singh Parmar
1957Territorial CouncilIndian National CongressThakur Karam Singh
1962–1967First AssemblyIndian National CongressYashwant Singh Parmar
1967–1972Second AssemblyIndian National CongressYashwant Singh Parmar
1972–1977Third AssemblyIndian National CongressYashwant Singh Parmar
1977–1982Fourth AssemblyJanta PartyShanta Kumar
1982–1985Fifth AssemblyIndian National CongressRam Lal Thakur
Virbhadra Singh
1985–1990Sixth AssemblyIndian National CongressVirbhadra Singh
1990–1992Seventh AssemblyBharatiya Janata PartyShanta Kumar
1993–1998Eighth AssemblyIndian National CongressVirbhadra Singh (2)
1998–2003Ninth AssemblyBharatiya Janata PartyPrem Kumar Dhumal
2003–2007Tenth AssemblyIndian National CongressVirbhadra Singh (3)
2007-2012Eleventh AssemblyBharatiya Janata PartyPrem Kumar Dhumal (2)
2012–CurrentTwelfth AssemblyIndian National CongressVirbhadra Singh (4)

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Constituency numberNameReserved for (SC/ST/None)DistrictElectors (2010)[2]Results 2017
1ChurahSCChamba58,816
2BharmourSTChamba66,373
3ChambaNoneChamba66,506
4DalhousieNoneChamba57,555
5BhattiyatNoneChamba61,171
6NurpurNoneKangra71,235
7IndoraSCKangra71,401
8FatehpurNoneKangra68,186
9JawaliNoneKangra77,625
10DehraNoneKangra65,944
11Jaswan-PragpurNoneKangra64,986
12JawalamukhiNoneKangra61,615
13JaisinghpurSCKangra70,817
14SullahNoneKangra84,903
15NagrotaNoneKangra71,850
16KangraNoneKangra65,746
17ShahpurNoneKangra70,873
18DharamshalaNoneKangra63,564
19PalampurNoneKangra63,460
20BaijnathSCKangra72,705
21Lahaul and SpitiSTLahaul and Spiti21,390
22ManaliNoneKullu58,213
23KulluNoneKullu70,728
24BanjarNoneKullu58,446
25AnniSCKullu68,175
26KarsogSCMandi58,423
27SundernagarNoneMandi66,261
28NachanSCMandi68,011
29SerajNoneMandi65,067
30DarangNoneMandi70,587
31JogindernagarNoneMandi80,709
32DharampurNoneMandi66,324
33MandiNoneMandi62,743
34BalhSCMandi63,145
35SarkaghatNoneMandi72,827
36BhoranjSCHamirpur67,299
37SujanpurNoneHamirpur61,129
38HamirpurNoneHamirpur64,185
39BarsarNoneHamirpur70,678
40NadaunNoneHamirpur77,608
41ChintpurniSCUna70,149
42GagretNoneUna66,994
43HaroliNoneUna69,499
44UnaNoneUna69,919
45KutleharNoneUna68,940
46JhandutaSCBilaspur65,435
47GhumarwinNoneBilaspur73,614
48BilaspurNoneBilaspur70,587
49Sri Naina Devi JiNoneBilaspur60,521
50ArkiNoneSolan75,692
51NalagarhNoneSolan73,888
52DoonNoneSolan52,466
53SolanSCSolan70,764
54KasauliSCSolan56,296
55PachhadSCSirmour61,605
56NahanNoneSirmour65,821
57Sri RenukajiSCSirmour57,058
58Paonta SahibNoneSirmour63,743
59ShillaiNoneSirmour56,307
60ChopalNoneShimla64,056
61TheogNoneShimla72,997
62KasumptiNoneShimla56,991
63ShimlaNoneShimla48,263
64Shimla RuralNoneShimla66,858
65Jubbal-KotkhaiNoneShimla61,657
66RampurSCShimla65,088
67RohruSCShimla63,603
68KinnaurSTKinnaur50,076

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