For the vote count, there will be an additional 78 Assistant Election Officials. In addition, 71 extra Assistant Election Officers have been tasked with overseeing the electronic transmission of postal ballots.
At 8:00 am, postal ballots will be counted for the first time, and at 8:30 am, counting of Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) votes will also begin.
Local police will be stationed outside the premises of the counting centre. State Reserve Police Force (SRPF) and Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF) will maintain a strong presence at the counting area. No individuals or vehicles will be permitted to access the facility, with the exception of on-duty personnel and specifically designated political representatives.
Where can I watch the live stream of the Gujarat election results in 2022?
The results will be available in real time on the Election Commission’s website, eci.gov.in. The general public, on the other hand, can watch multiple news channels to keep up with the vote counting and results.