The counting of votes for the Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh Assembly elections commences.
In Himachal Pradesh, the Congress’ Virbhadra Singh – the incumbent Chief Minister – is up against Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) Prem Kumar Dhumal.
The BJP, which has been in power in Gujarat for 22 years, is projected to continue its reign in the state, as exit polls predict a majority for the saffron party.
- Gujarat went to poll in two phases – on 9 and 14 December – for 182 seats in the state Assembly
- Voting for the 68-seat Himachal Pradesh Assembly was held in a single phase on 9 November
- Exit polls predict a victory for the BJP in both the states
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