Himachal Pradesh Assembly election result 2022: Full list of constituency-wise winners

Updated on Dec 08, 2022 06:00 PM IST

Himachal Pradesh Assembly election result 2022: Himachal Pradesh has not let any government return to power for a second term since 1985, but the ruling BJP is banking on prime minister Narendra Modi's campaign in the state to change this trend.

Voters showing their identity cards before casting their votes in the Himachal Pradesh assembly elections. (Deepak Sansta/HT)
Voters showing their identity cards before casting their votes in the Himachal Pradesh assembly elections. (Deepak Sansta/HT)

Himachal Pradesh Assembly election result 2022: The Congress has secured a majority and is all set to form a government in Himachal Pradesh after defeating the incumbent Jairam Thakur-led Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the dramatic Assembly elections. The counting of votes for the crucial Himachal Pradesh Assembly election were held on Thursday, witnessing a head-to-head battle between the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Congress, while the Aam Aadmi Party were nowhere to be seen.

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The BJP attempted to change the anti-incumbency trend in Himachal Pradesh, which has not let any government return to power for a second term since 1985, but failed despite prime minister Narendra Modi massive campaign in the state.

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Elections to 68 assembly seats of Himachal Pradesh were held on November 12. Around 75.6 per cent polling percentage was recorded. While a clear picture has been achieved, the Election Commission is yet to announce the final results in a few seats.

Himachal Pradesh Assembly election result 2022: Full list of winners

S. NoConstituency NameWinning candidate nameWinning PartyTrailing candidate
1CHURAH (SC) Hans Raj BJP Yashwant Singh
2BHARMOUR (ST) Dr Janak Raj BJP Thakur Singh Bharmouri
3CHAMBA Neeraj Nayar Congress Neelam Nayyar (BJP)
4DALHOUSIE Dhavinder Singh BJP Asha Kumari (Congress)
5BHATTIYAT Kuldeep Singh PathaniaCongress Bikram Singh (BJP)
6NURPUR Ranbir Singh BJP Ajay Mahajan (Congress)
7INDORA (SC) Malender RajanCongress  Reeta Devi (BJP)
8FATEHPUR Bhawani Singh Pathania Congress Rakesh Pathania (BJP)
9JAWALIChander KumarCongress  Sanjay Guleria (BJP)
10DEHRA Hoshyar SinghIndependent  Dr Rajesh Sharma (Congress)
11JASWAN-PRAGPUR Bikram Singh BJP Surinder Singh Mankotia (Congress)
12JAWALAMUKHI Sanjay Rattam Congress Ravinder Singh
13JAISINGHPUR (SC)Yadvinder Goma Congress Ravinder Kumar Dhiman
14SULLAH Vipin Singh Parmar (Leading)BJP  Jagjiwan Paul (Ind)
15NAGROTA RS Bali Congress Arun Kumar (BJP)
16KANGRA Pawan Kumar Kajal BJP Surinder Kumar (BJP)
17SHAHPUR Kewal Singh Congress Sarveen (BJP)
18DHARAMSHALA Sudhir Sharma Congress Rakesh Kumar (BJP)
19PALAMPUR Ashish Butail Congress Trilok Kapoor (BJP)
20BAIJNATH (SC)Kishori Lal Congress Mulkh Raj (BJP)
21LAHAUL AND SPITI (ST) Ravi Thakur Congress  Ram Lal Markanda (BJP)
22MANALI Bhuvneshwar Gaur Congress Govind Singh Thakur (BJP)
23KULLU Sunder Singh Thakur Congress Narotam Singh
24BANJAR Surender Shauri BJP  Khimi Ram (Congress)
25ANNI (SC)Lokender Kumar BJP Paras Ram (Ind)
26KARSOG (SC) Deep Raj BJP Mahesh Raj (Congress)
27SUNDERNAGAR Rakesh Kumar BJP Sohan Lal (Congress)
28NACHAN (SC) Vinod Kumar BJP Naresh Kumar (Congress)
29SERAJ Jairam Thakur BJP Chet Ram (Congress)
30DARANG Puran Chand BJP Kaul Singh (Congress)
31JOGINDERNAGAR Prakash Prem KumarBJP  Thakur Surender Pal (Congress)
32DHARAMPUR Chander ShekharCongress Rajat Thakur (BJP)
33MANDI Anil Sharma BJP Champa Thakur (Congress)
34BALH (SC) Inder Singh BJP Prakash Chaudhary (Congress)
35SARKAGHAT Dalip Thakur BJP Pawan Kumar (Congress)
36BHORANJ (SC) Dr Anil Dhiman BJP Suresh Kumar (Congress)
37SUJANPUR Rajinder Singh Congress Ranjit Singh Rana (BJP)
38HAMIRPUR Ashish Sharma IndependentPushpinder Verma (Congress)
39BARSAR Inder Dutt Lakhanpal Congress Maya Sharma (BJP)
40NADAUN Sukhvinder Singh (Leading) Congress Vijay Kumar (BJP)
41CHINTPURNI (SC)Sudarshan Singh Babloo Congress Balbir Singh (BJP)
42GAGRET Chaitanya Sharma Congress Rajesh Thakur (BJP)
43HAROLI Mukesh Agnihotri Congress Ram Kumar (BJP)
44UNA Satpal Singh Raizada BJP Satpal Singh Satti (Congress)
45KUTLEHAR Davinder Kumar Congress Virender Kanwar (BJP)
46JHANDUTA (SC) Jeet Ram Katwal (Leading) BJP Vivek Kumar (Congress)
47GHUMARWIN Rajesh Dharmani Congress Rajinder Garg (BJP)
48BILASPUR Trilok Jamwal (Leading) BJP Bumber Thakur (Congress)
49SRI NAINA DEVIJI Randhir Sharma (Leading) BJP Ram Lal Thakur (Congress)
50ARKI Sanjay CongressRajender (Ind)
51NALAGARH KL Thakur Independent Hardeep Singh Bawa (Congress)
52DOON Ram Kumar Congress Paramjeet Singh Pammi (BJP)
53SOLAN (SC) Dhani Ram Shandil Congress Rajesh Kashyap (BJP)
54KASAULI (SC) Vinod Sultanpuri Congress Rajiv Saizal (BJP)
55PACHHAD (SC) Reena BJP Dayal Pyari (Congress)
56NAHAN Ajay Solanki Congress Dr. Rajeev Bindal (BJP)
57SRI RENUKAJI (SC)Vinay KumarCongress  Narain Singh (BJP)
58PAONTA SAHIB Sukh Ram BJP Kirnesh Jung (Congress)
59SHILLAI Harshwardhan ChauhanCongress Baldev Singh (BJP)
60CHOPAL Sh Balbir SinghBJP  Sh. Rajneesh Kimta (Congress)
61THEOG Kuldeep Singh Rathore CongressAjay Shyam (BJP)
62KASUMPTI Anirudh SinghCongress  Suresh Bhardwaj (BJP)
63SHIMLAHarish Janartha Congress Sanjay Sood (BJP)
64SHIMLA RURALVikramaditya Singh Congress Ravi Kumar Mehta (BJP)
65JUBBAL-KOTKHAI Rohit Thakur Congress Chetan Singh Bragta (BJP)
66RAMPUR (SC)Nand Lal Congress Kaul Singh (BJP)
67ROHRU (SC) Mohan Lal Brakta Congress Shashi Bala (BJP)
68KINNAUR (ST) Jagat Singh Negi Congress Surat Negi (BJP)

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