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Voting For By Election In Himachal Pradesh Live Updates – By-elections in Himachal: 65.88% voter turnout so far in Jubbal-Kotkhai

Summary

In Mandi parliamentary constituency, 47.17 per cent voter turnout has been recorded till 4 pm. The voter turnout was 54.73 percent in Fatehpur assembly constituency, 53.97 percent in Arki assembly constituency, 65.88 percent in Jubbal Kotkhai assembly constituency.

Voters in Tshigang, the world’s highest polling station.
– Photo : Amar Ujala

In addition to the Mandi parliamentary seat of Himachal Pradesh, voting for the by-elections for Jubbal-Kotkhai, Arki and Fatehpur assembly seats is being held from 8 am on Saturday. Returning Officer Arindam Choudhary said that 47.17 per cent voter turnout has been recorded till 4 pm in Mandi parliamentary constituency. The voter turnout was 54.73 percent in Fatehpur assembly constituency, 53.97 percent in Arki assembly constituency, 65.88 percent in Jubbal Kotkhai assembly constituency.

Voters in Tshigang, the world’s highest polling station, were seen casting their vote amid temperatures below freezing. The villages Tshigang and Gete under this polling station have been surrounded by snow these days. For the by-elections, the famous Tshigang polling station in the country and the world has been decorated like a bride. Interestingly, at the Tshigang polling station, all the staff on election duty, including the voters, were dressed in traditional Spiti attire.

Tashi Dolkar is the nodal officer for the women officer in the polling station. He is currently holding the post of Block Development Officer in Kaza. The Tshigang polling station has 29 male and 18 female voters. All these voters were welcomed by wearing Khatag in the traditional style. The polling station is at an altitude of 15,255 feet (4650 m), ten kilometers from the China border.

Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur reached the polling booth at Bharari School in his home panchayat Murhag and voted for the Lok Sabha by-election by standing in a queue among the people. Along with the CM, his wife Dr. Sadhna Thakur, elder daughter Priyanka and younger daughter Chandrika also came to vote. The CM reached the polling booth at around 10:30 am. Seeing CM Jai Ram Thakur, who came to vote, the people of his village were very excited to vote. From Mandi parliamentary seat, BJP candidate Brigadier Kushal Thakur cast his vote in Nagawain and Congress candidate Pratibha Singh casted his vote in Rampur.

On this occasion, the Chief Minister appealed to the people to participate enthusiastically in the voting. After voting, the CM went to the nearby polling booths and took feedback. CM Jai Ram Thakur has claimed that BJP will win all four seats in the by-elections. Elders, women and new voters also showed great enthusiasm for voting in the Saraj assembly constituency.

More than 15 lakh voters will cast their votes in 2484 polling stations. In this, more than 38 thousand voters in the age group of 18 to 19 years will vote for the first time. For the first time, the Commission has also arranged for mobile polling stations for senior citizens above 80 years of age, Divyang and Kovid positive patients, in which about 12 thousand voters have cast their vote sitting at home.

A total of 18 candidates are trying their luck in all the four seats. Counting of votes will take place on November 2 for which preparations have already been made. Chief Electoral Officer C Palrasu said that to celebrate this festival of democracy, from the world’s highest polling station set up at Tashigang in Lahaul-Spiti at a height of 15256 feet to remote Shakti in Kullu district, the facility of close voting to the voters. Attempts have been made to provide

More than 24000 polling and security personnel have been deployed, including central security forces. Apart from this, web casting of 50 percent centers will be done, so that monitoring of polling stations can be done at district and state headquarters level also.

who is from where in the field

Mandi Parliamentary Constituency
name party
Brigadier Kushal Chand Thakur BJP
Pratibha Singh Congress
Ambika Shyam National Lokniti Party
Munshi Ram Thakur Himachal Jankranti Party
Anil Kumar Independent
Subhash Mohan Snehi Independent

Fatehpur Assembly Constituency
Baldev Thakur BJP
Bhawani Singh Pathania Congress
Pankaj Kumar Darshi Himachal Jankranti Party
Dr. Rajan Sushant Independent
Dr. Ashok Kumar Somal Independent

Arki assembly constituency
Ratan Singh Pal BJP
Sanjay Congress
Jeet Ram Independent

Jubbal Kotkhai area
Neelam Saraiq BJP
Rohit Thakur Congress
Chetan Singh Bragta Independent
Suman Kadam Independent

Expansion

In addition to the Mandi parliamentary seat of Himachal Pradesh, voting for the by-elections for Jubbal-Kotkhai, Arki and Fatehpur assembly seats is being held from 8 am on Saturday. Returning Officer Arindam Choudhary said that 47.17 per cent voter turnout has been recorded till 4 pm in Mandi parliamentary constituency. The voter turnout was 54.73 percent in Fatehpur assembly constituency, 53.97 percent in Arki assembly constituency, 65.88 percent in Jubbal Kotkhai assembly constituency.


Voters in Tshigang, the world’s highest polling station, were seen casting their vote amid temperatures below freezing. The villages Tshigang and Gete under this polling station have been surrounded by snow these days. For the by-elections, the famous Tshigang polling station in the country and the world has been decorated like a bride. Interestingly, at the Tshigang polling station, all the staff on election duty, including the voters, were dressed in traditional Spiti attire.

Tashi Dolkar is the nodal officer for the women officer in the polling station. He is currently holding the post of Block Development Officer in Kaza. The Tshigang polling station has 29 male and 18 female voters. All these voters were welcomed by wearing Khatag in the traditional style. The polling station is at an altitude of 15,255 feet (4650 m), ten kilometers from the China border.

Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur reached the polling booth at Bharari School in his home panchayat Murhag and voted for the Lok Sabha by-election by standing in a queue among the people. Along with the CM, his wife Dr. Sadhna Thakur, elder daughter Priyanka and younger daughter Chandrika also came to vote. The CM reached the polling booth at around 10:30 am. Seeing CM Jai Ram Thakur, who came to vote, the people of his village were very excited to vote. From Mandi parliamentary seat, BJP candidate Brigadier Kushal Thakur cast his vote in Nagawain and Congress candidate Pratibha Singh casted his vote in Rampur.

On this occasion, the Chief Minister appealed to the people to participate enthusiastically in the voting. After voting, the CM went to the nearby polling booths and took feedback. CM Jai Ram Thakur has claimed that BJP will win all four seats in the by-elections. Elders, women and new voters also showed great enthusiasm for voting in the Saraj assembly constituency.

More than 15 lakh voters will cast their votes in 2484 polling stations. In this, more than 38 thousand voters in the age group of 18 to 19 years will vote for the first time. For the first time, the Commission has also arranged for mobile polling stations for senior citizens above 80 years of age, Divyang and Kovid positive patients, in which about 12 thousand voters have cast their vote sitting at home.

A total of 18 candidates are trying their luck in all the four seats. Counting of votes will take place on November 2 for which preparations have already been made. Chief Electoral Officer C Palrasu said that to celebrate this festival of democracy, from the world’s highest polling station set up at Tashigang in Lahaul-Spiti at a height of 15256 feet to remote Shakti in Kullu district, the facility of close voting to the voters. Attempts have been made to provide

More than 24000 polling and security personnel have been deployed, including central security forces. Apart from this, web casting of 50 percent centers will be done, so that monitoring of polling stations can be done at district and state headquarters level also.

who is from where in the field

Mandi Parliamentary Constituency

name party

Brigadier Kushal Chand Thakur BJP

Pratibha Singh Congress

Ambika Shyam National Lokniti Party

Munshi Ram Thakur Himachal Jankranti Party

Anil Kumar Independent

Subhash Mohan Snehi Independent

Fatehpur Assembly Constituency

Baldev Thakur BJP

Bhawani Singh Pathania Congress

Pankaj Kumar Darshi Himachal Jankranti Party

Dr. Rajan Sushant Independent

Dr. Ashok Kumar Somal Independent

Arki assembly constituency

Ratan Singh Pal BJP

Sanjay Congress

Jeet Ram Independent

Jubbal Kotkhai area

Neelam Saraiq BJP

Rohit Thakur Congress

Chetan Singh Bragta Independent

Suman Kadam Independent

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