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The Loc Sabha Elections are being conducted in 7 phases from 11th April 2019 to 19th May 2019. Apart from these 29 states, the Loc Sabha elections had earlier concluded in India. While the results of the Loc Sabha elections will be declared on 23rd May 2019.
Millions of poll workers, police and security personnel are deployed in cities, towns, villages and hamlets. They use planes, boats, trains, helicopters, elephants and camels and travel by foot to reach far flung voters, because every vote counts. Elections in India are nothing less than a "festival of democracy."
Electronic voting machines
As in recent elections, the 2019 voting has relied on EVM – electronic voting machines. The Election Commission of India deployed a voter-verified paper audit trail (VVPAT) system which enables electronic voting machines to record each vote cast by generating the EVM slip. Tried in previous elections on a sample basis, VVPAT system is being used in all 543 Lok sabha constituencies for the 2019 election
Lok Sabha Election Dates:
Voting will be held across India on 11 April , 18 April, 23 April, 29 April, 6 May, 12 May and 19 May.
Lok Sabha Election Eligible Voters:
Around 90 crore people are eligible to vote this time, the Election Commission has said. The number is an increase of about 9 crore compared to last time. It is estimated that about 13 crore voters this time will be first-time voters.
Lok Sabha Election 2019 candidates:
8,000 ++ person will fight for 543 seats. 2 seats are reserved(member add by president).
Lok Sabha Election Political Parties:
1,841 political parties recognised by the Election Commission will contest in Lok Sabha election 2019.
If you want to find out the performance of a particular candidate or a party in any of the five state, Dailyhunt app is the right place for you. Just select the state, deep dive into it and you'll have the results of each candidate from that particular seat. You can find out all about which candidate got how many votes, who won or lost by how many votes. Not only this, you will be able to see the particular vote percentage or a particular party on your mobile screen - with the number of votes.
The first phase of Lok Sabha elections, that took place on April 11, saw a voter turnout of of 69.43 per cent. A total of 91 Lok Sabha constituencies spread across 18 states and two Union territories had gone for polls in the first phase. The second phase of the Lok Sabha elections, that took place on April 18, saw 66 per cent voting. Bengal saw highest voting percentage of 76 per cent. Over 1,600 candidates contested on 95 seats in general election Phase 2.
Phase 3 elections saw 66 per cent voter turnout. The highest voting was recorded in Assam where 80 per cent people came up to vote. Bengal was close second with 79.36 per cent voting.
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