Polling will take place in 89 constituencies in 19 districts of Kutch, Saurashtra, and South Gujarat . Election Commission: 2,39,76,670 voters, which includes 1,24,33,362 males, 1,1,5, Over 4 lakh PWD voters are eligible to vote .
Gandhinagar (Gujarat), November 30 : The political fate of 788 candidates will be decided in the first phase of the Gujarat Assembly election, which begins at 8 a.m. on Thursday.The polling will take place in 89 constituencies in 19 districts of Kutch, Saurashtra, and South Gujarat, with 39 political parties contesting the elections, which includes 718 male and 70 female candidates, according to the Election Commission of India.The voting will begin at 8 a.m. and end at 5 p.m.In the first phase of Gujarat polling, 2,39,76,670 voters, which includes 1,24,33,362 males, 1,1,5, Over 4 lakh PWD voters are eligible to vote.About 9.8 lakh elderly citizens (80+) and nearly 10,000 people over the age of 100 are eligible to vote.When CEC Rajiv Kumar spoke to reporters, he stated that it is also a sign of their independence.He reported that 25,430 polling stations have been established in the poll-bound districts around Gujarat today.Tomorrow, voters will be allowed to vote at 25,430 polling stations, out of which 9,014 are in the urban areas, while 16,416 are in the rural areas.According to the European Commission, 5,74,560 people aged 18 to 19 years have been deployed and 4,945 have been monitored so that no accidents are made during the elections. During the first phase of voting, the Chief Electoral Officer will operate a state-level monitoring center in Gandhinagar.According to the EC, the voting process will be monitored continuously from 6.30 a.m. to the conclusion of the election process.To keep a close eye on the voting process during Gujarat's assembly elections, live webcasting of more than 50% of polling stations will be used.On December 1, 19 districts in Kutch, Saurashtra, and South Gujarat will vote, and more than half of them will be live webcast. Voting will take place at a total of 25,430 polling stations in the first phase.Out of the 13,065, 13 polling stations will be webcast live.The Office of the Chief Electoral Officer, Gandhinagar, has established a State Level Monitoring Center in Gandhinagar, at Vidya Samiksha Kendra in Gandhinagar, from which all 13,065 polling stations will be closely monitored.The webcasting of polling stations will be monitored by up to 42 staffofficers in this monitoring room for at least two weeks before polling begins at 8:00 a.m. Until the polling process is complete, continuous monitoring will begin in every district.In the first phase, a district-level monitoring station will be introduced.According to the EC, live webcasting of the polling stations of a district will be monitored in this district-level monitoring room.Central reserve forces, police forces, and micro-observers are deployed during the polling process to ensure the smooth operation of the entire procedure. Additional forces have been deployed.Paraphrasedoutput: Paramilitary forces were also deployed.BJP Yuva Morcha president Mallikarjun Kharge and Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot also held rallies and roadshows in the state as the BJP seeks a historic seventh term in office.Among the prominent candidates, Gujarat Chief Minster Bhupendra Patel is contesting from Ghatlodia, AAP convenor Isudan Gadhvi from Khambhaliya, AAP chief ministerial candidate Hardik Patel from Viramgam, former Gujarat Minister Parshottam Solanki from Bhavnagar Rural, Kunwarji Barutiya from Morbi, and now BJP candidate Jayesh Radadiy The results of the Himalayan Pradesh assembly elections will be announced on the same day.