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ABP C-Voter Survey: Is restoration of old pension an election issue in Himachal? The people of Devbhoomi responded by

ABP C-Voter Opinion Poll News: The Election Commission has announced the date of Himachal Pradesh Assembly Election. With the announcement of the election date, the political stir in Devbhoomi has intensified. All the political parties have started trying to get the voters in their favor. This time voting for all 68 assembly seats of Himachal will be held on 12th November and the result will be declared on 8th December. On one hand, the ruling BJP government of the state will try to bloom lotus again in the state. At the same time, Congress is making a lot of efforts to return to power. This time both these parties will also have to face a tough challenge from the Aam Aadmi Party.

Meanwhile, C Voter has conducted a weekly survey for ABP News. The questions asked in the survey have got very shocking answers. ABP News spoke to the people of Himachal Pradesh and asked them that old pension restoration is an election issue in Himachal? In response to this question, 26 percent of the people said that the restoration of old pension in the election is an election issue. At the same time, in response to this question, 74 percent people believe that this is not an issue in the Himachal Assembly elections.

Is restoration of old pension an election issue in Himachal?

(Source- C Voter)
1. yes-26%
2. no-74%

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Political equation in Himachal

There are total 68 assembly seats in Himachal Pradesh. In the last assembly elections, BJP had won there. The ruling party in the hill state has a history of failing to return to power in the past few decades. There are 55,07,261 eligible voters in Himachal. Of these, there are 27,80,208 male voters and 27,27,016 female voters. Of these, 1,86,681 voters are those who will vote for the first time. All of them belong to the age group of 18 to 19 years.

In Himachal Pradesh, in the last assembly elections, the BJP had won 44 seats in the 68-member assembly, while the Congress managed to win 21 seats. Voting for the assembly elections in Himachal Pradesh will be held on November 12 and the results will be out on December 8.

Note:- Election dates have been announced in Gujarat and election campaign is in full swing in Himachal. Voting in Gujarat is on 1 and 5 December. Voting will be held in Himachal on November 12. The results will come on 8 December. What is in the mind of the people of both the states? C VOTER has conducted a weekly survey for abp news. 2 thousand 647 people have been talked to in Gujarat and 1 thousand 361 people in Himachal. The margin of error in the survey is from plus minus 3 to plus minus 5 percent.

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