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    Published On : Thu, Nov 9th, 2017

    Himachal Pradesh Assembly Elections Updates : 74 Per Cent Voting Turnout Recorded

    Himachal Pradesh assembly elections 2017

    7:18 PM IST
    74 per cent voting turnout was recorded in Himachal Pradesh. With this final update.

    4:48 PM IST
    Voting in different constituencies till 4 pm: 65% in Manali, 71.2 % in Kullu, 60% in Mandi and 64% in Lahaul Spiti

    4:41 PM IST
    Just a few minutes to go before voting ends for Himachal Pradesh. The Election Commission had said that it was expecting a voter turnout of 85% this year. However, with 64.8% till 4 pm, will that bar be met?

    4:27 PM IST
    64.8 per cent voting recorded reportedly till 4 pm in Himachal Pradesh

    4:06 PM IST
    A 102-year-old woman in Solan adds to the list of elderlies casting their votes in Himachal Pradesh today.

    4:00 PM IST
    HImachal Pradesh Minister GS Bali casts vote.

    3:20 PM IST
    Groom in Wedding Attire to 100-Year-Olds – These Voters Made Himachal Pradesh Elections Interesting

    2:34 PM IST
    54.09 per cent voting has been recorded till 2 pm in Himachal Pradesh

    2:29 PM IST
    Senior Congress leader Vidya Stokes cast her vote a polling booth in Shimla’s Barubag

    1:28 PM IST
    30% Voting has been recorded till 1 pm in Himachal Pradesh

    12:44 PM IST
    In Manali, a groom reaches polling booth with his baaraat to cast his vote before getting married.

    12:28 PM IST
    28.6% voting recorded till 12 noon in Himachal Pradesh

    12:23 PM IST
    While Himachal Pradesh votes, voting is also underway for the Chitrakoot Assembly Bypoll in Madhya Pradesh today.

    12:16 PM IST
    Congress candidate Harshvardhan Chauhan casts vote in Sirmaur’s Shilai

    11:52 AM IST
    Congress leader and former minister Anand Sharma casts his vote in Shimla

    11:48 AM IST
    BJP leader Shanta Kumar casts his vote in Palampur.

    11:31 AM IST
    Voting is underway in Himachal Pradesh. Union Minister JP Nadda casts his vote at a polling booth in Bilaspur

    11:21 AM IST
    Voting percentage in constituencies till 11 am: 15.56% in Mandi, 16% in Manali

    11:18 AM IST
    India’s First Voter, 100-year-old Shyamsaran Negi, Casts Vote in Kinnaur

    11:14 AM IST
    101-year-old Saraswati Sharma casts her vote at Bran polling station of Manali constituency.

    11:13 AM IST
    Voting percentage in different constituencies till 10 am: 15% in Hamirpur, 14% in Naina Devi, 18.7% in Shimla

    11:02 AM IST
    BJP national office secretary Mahendra Pandey, wife cast vote in Heerpur polling booth of Paonta Sahib

    10:59 AM IST
    Voting percentage till 10 am: Overall is 13.72%. 12% Voting in Una, 20% in Jwalamukhi

    10:52 AM IST
    Faulty machines update: 9 voting machines not working across Doon constituency, say reports. Many people have gathered at poll booths, many have returned without casting their votes.

    10:41 AM IST
    Voting percentage update: 13.72% polling recorded in first two hours of Himachal Pradesh elections

    10:38 AM IST
    Voting percentage update: 20% voting in Jwalamukhi constituency till 10 am.

    10:35 AM IST
    Himachal Pradesh Assembly Elections 2017: Virbhadra Singh Casts Vote, Says Confident of Congress Victory

    10:32 AM IST
    Fault in EVM in Bilaspur’s Sadar, people protesting outside booth, say reports.

    10:28 AM IST
    Elderly voters casting their vote in Himachal Pradesh.

    10:13 AM IST
    120-year-old voter Chuhri Devi casts her vote in Mandi’s Nachan.

    10:03 AM IST
    Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh and his son Vikramaditya Singh cast their votes at a polling booth in Shimla. Virbhadra Singh says the Congress party will be victorious with full majority

    9:57 AM IST
    Himachal Pradesh Elections: Prem Kumar Dhumal Casts Vote, Says BJP Will Win More Than 60 Seats

    9:48 AM IST
    Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh: Confident of getting majority in the election, the next Government, too, will be of Congress.

    9:46 AM IST
    BJP CM candidate Prem Kumar Dhumal casts his vote with his family in Samirpur.

    9:37 AM IST
    India’s first voter Shyamsaran Negi, 100, casts his vote in Kannaur Maanju.

    9:35 AM IST
    Faulty machines update: VVPAT machine stops working at booth number 38 in Paonta Sahib. Voting has been halted here.

    9:22 AM IST
    More faulty Voting machines: EVM not working at Bilaspur’s Telag booth, BJP leaders protest outside booth.

    9:20 AM IST
    BJP MP from Hamirpur Anurag Thakur to ANI: Time has come, people have made up their mind to get rid of Congress who has looted Himachal Pradesh. The state needs a senior leader like Dhumal ji to look at the affairs of Himachal which is under the debt of more than Rs 50,000 crore.

    9:18 AM IST
    BJP CM candidate Prem Kumar Dhumal to ANI: We aimed to get 50 plus seats but now that we are receiving so much support from all sections of the society, we expect it to cross 60.

    9:13 AM IST
    BJP’s Satpal Singh Satti casts vote in Una’s Sadar constituency.

    9:10 AM IST
    Himachal Pradesh Minister Mukesh Agnihotri with his family members casts vote in Una’s Haroli.

    9:03 AM IST
    Shyamsaran Negi, India’s first voter, a 100-year-old man from Kalpi district, is set to cast his vote in Himachal Pradesh elections today.

    8:54 AM IST
    Nahan voting update: BJP candidate Rajiv Bindal, Congress candidate Ajay Solanki cast their votes.

    8:50 AM IST
    Hamirpur voting update: EVM not working at Sujanpur’s Toni Devi. People have been waiting in queue since the past one hour.

    8:40 AM IST
    Voting at polling station number 55 in Kinnaur, Reckong Peo has not yet started due to a technical glitch; the polling booth is all women-managed.

    8:38 AM IST
    PM Narendra Modi tweets: It is voting day in Himachal Pradesh. I urge each one of you to come out and vote in record numbers.

    8:14 AM IST
    VVPAT Machines, Polling Booths to be Manned by Women, Disabled: The Many Firsts in Himachal Pradesh Assembly Elections

    8:13 AM IST
    VVPAT machines are being used for the first time in this Vidhan Sabha Election and 10 per cent of total EVMs and VVPATs have been kept in reserve.

    8:12 AM IST
    Web-casting would be used in 2,307 polling stations in the state for live monitoring of polling activities in the state by ECI, the CEO said.

    8:08 AM IST
    Elaborate arrangements have been made for ensuring free and fair polls and 29 general, three police, 22 Expenditure Observers and 71 Assistant Expenditure Observers, 1,561 Micro Observers, besides, 193 Sector Magistrate and 789 Sectors officers have also been deployed throughout the state.

    8:02 AM IST
    Voting begins for the 68-member Himachal Pradesh Assembly.

    8:00 AM IST
    As many as 7,525 polling booths have been set up in the state and 37,605 polling personnel have been deputed for poll duty. 17,850 personnel of police and Home Guards and 65 companies of central paramilitary force have been deployed, Chief Electoral Officer Pushpender Rajput said.

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