A loud campaign in Himachal Pradesh, where elections are scheduled on November 12, came to an end on Thursday night with the Bharatiya Janata Party.

While the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) tried to make its presence known in the hill state, Congress fought hard.

In Himachal, the BJP wants to end the "Rixaaz," or political custom of toppling the ruling party.

To win a second consecutive term in office, the BJP is depending on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's popularity and its development plan.

Congress, meanwhile, is aiming to take advantage of the anti-incumbency sentiment to capture the hill state.

All parties made a strong effort to win over voters on the final day of the campaign. A-list politicians, such as the Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Amit Shah, Jagat Prakash Nadda, the BJP's Yogi Adityanath, the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, and Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi have all finished their parties' election campaigns.

The fate of more than 400 candidates for the 68-member Himachal Pradesh Assembly will be determined by a total of 55.92 lakh votes.