LokSabha Election 2019: Four seats in Himachal will start at 7 AM
In Himachal Pradesh, polling will be started from seven in the morning on Sunday morning for four seats in Shimla, Mandi, Hamirpur and Kangra. A total of 45 candidates are in the fray for these seats. However, the main battle here has usually resided between the BJP and the Congress, but this time, the BSP has also fielded candidates in four seats.
Two former soldiers in Shimla
Ethnic equation in Kangra parliamentary area
Ethnic equation dominates in the Kangra parliamentary area. BJP has fielded candidate Kishan Kapoor from the Gaddi community, Congress has fielded OBC leader Pawan Kajal in the field. Both castes have a very big vote bank and both leaders have their domination. There are 11 candidates from the Kangra parliamentary constituency.
Sukhram family vs chief minister in Mandi
Congress has fielded former minister Pandit Sukhram’s grandson ashram in the Mandi parliamentary constituency. Sukhram family is considered to be good in the market. Shelter’s father, Anil Sharma, was a minister in the BJP government, who resigned from the post of minister after pressure from the opposition party after getting the ticket from the opposition party. Although he is still a legislator, he did not come to the public. On one side there is Sukhram family and on the other hand Mandi is the home district of Chief Minister Jayaram Thakur. BJP has fielded Ramesh Sharma, the current MP. Here is a fight between family and chief minister. Geographically it also comes in Kullu, Lahul-Spiti and Kinnaur districts, while Chamba’s Tribal Plain is also in it. 17 candidates are in the fray from the Mandi parliamentary constituency.
Anurag vs Ramlal Thakur in Hamirpur
BJP candidate Anurag Thakur is in the fray for the fourth consecutive win. At the same time, the Congress has fielded Ramlal Thakur, who lost three times. But this time Anurag and Ramlal seem to be fighting hard. Anurag’s father and former CM Prem Kumar Dhumal kept busy in campaigning with Jodoghad. He had lost the assembly elections this time and after this he remained in the ground to save the family’s credentials. There are 11 candidates from the Hamirpur parliamentary constituency and 17 are assembly constituencies.
One of these documents is necessary for voting
Photo ID, passport, driving license, photo and service identification card issued by the state and central government enterprises issued by the government, photo passbook issued by the banks and post offices, PAN card, smart card issued by RGI, MNREGA job card, labor Health Insurance Smart Card issued under the scheme of the Ministry, photo-pensions pension documents MPs, legislators, legislation Nomination card issued to council members and Aadhar card.