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‘Congress confident of victory but…’, the party made two leaders observers of Himachal

Himachal Pradesh Exit Poll 2022: Congress has appointed Chhattisgarh CM Bhupesh Baghel and former Haryana CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda as observers for counting of votes in Himachal Pradesh. Bhupesh Baghel is already the senior supervisor of Himachal. According to sources, both the leaders have been instructed to be present in Shimla on the day of counting. The results of the election will come on 8 December.

According to sources, the Congress is confident of victory in Himachal, but in view of the exit polls predicting a close contest, the party wants to be prepared for every situation. Delhi’s team will be present in every district on the day of counting. According to the exit poll of ABP News C-Voter, BJP is likely to form the government again in Himachal Pradesh.

Himachal Pradesh exit poll

According to the exit poll of ABP News C-Voter, BJP is getting maximum 33-41 seats out of 68 in Himachal Pradesh. While the Congress is expected to get 24-32 seats. According to exit polls, AAP’s account is not being opened in Himachal Pradesh. While others are expected to get 0-4 seats. According to the exit poll of ABP C-Voter, BJP is getting 45 percent vote share in Himachal Pradesh, Congress 41 percent, AAP 2 percent and others 12 percent.

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Competition on some seats- CM

Himachal Pradesh CM Jairam Thakur, accepting the close contest in the state, said that many exit polls are showing the formation of BJP government in Himachal. A close fight is also being shown on some seats. We should wait till 8th December. According to us, the BJP is making a comfortable comeback in the state. Let us tell you that voting was held in Himachal Pradesh on November 12. During this, more than 75 percent votes were cast.

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