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Lok Sabha Election Dates 2019 LIVE UPDATES: The Election Commission will make an important press conference at 5 in the evening, which is expected to announce the dates of Lok Sabha Elections (Lok Sabha Election 2019).

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The dates of the Lok Sabha elections have been announced. The Chief Election Commissioner announced the dates of Lok Sabha elections and said that elections will be completed in 7 phases. The first phase will be on April 11. The date of counting of votes is fixed on May 23. With this, the assembly elections of five states will also be held with the Lok Sabha elections. Chief election commissioner Sunil Arora said on Sunday that the notification for voting on April 11 for the first phase of the upcoming Lok Sabha elections will be issued on March 18. It is notable that in 2014, the 16th Lok Sabha election was made in nine phases. Arora said that with the announcement of the general election program, election code of conduct has come into force with immediate effect in the country.

Arora said in a press conference with Election Commissioners Ashok Lavasa and Sushil Chandra that the second phase of voting will be held on April 18, the third phase of polling on April 23, the fourth phase of polling on April 29, Voting for the fifth phase will be held on May 6 and the sixth phase will be held on May 12 and the seventh phase will be held on May 19. Arora said that on May 23 election results will be declared on the basis of counting. The entire election process is scheduled to be completed on 27th May. The term of the present Lok Sabha is to expire on June 3. The Model Code of Conduct has been implemented as soon as the election program is announced. In this election, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will try to return to power again, on the other hand, many political parties against the BJP will unite and try to stop the party from coming back to power. After the code of conduct is implemented, the government will not be able to make policy decisions. The term of the present Lok Sabha is to expire on June 3.

The Model Code of Conduct has been implemented as soon as the election program is announced. In this election, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will try to return to power again, on the other hand, many political parties against the BJP will unite and try to stop the party from coming back to power. After the code of conduct is implemented, the government will not be able to make policy decisions. The term of the present Lok Sabha is to expire on June 3. The Model Code of Conduct has been implemented as soon as the election program is announced. In this election, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will try to return to power again, on the other hand, many political parties against the BJP will unite and try to stop the party from coming back to power. After the code of conduct is implemented, the government will not be able to make policy decisions.

FIRST PHASE :

In the first phase on April 11,

Andhra Pradesh :  25 Seats

Arunachal Pradesh: 2 Seats

Assam: 5 Seats

Bihar: 4 Seats

Chhattisgarh : 1 Seats ,

Jammu and Kashmir : 2 Seats

Maharashtra : 7 Seats

Manipur: 5 Seats

Meghalaya: 2 Seats

Nagaland: 1Seats

Odisha: 1 Seats

Sikkim: 1 Seats

Telangana: 17 Seats

Tripura: 1 Seats

Uttar Pradesh: 8 Seats

West Bengal: 2 Seats

Andaman: 2 Seats

Lakshadweep: 1 Seat

Phase 2, April 18

13 States, Total Seats : 97

West Bengal (3), Puducherry (1), Assam (5), Bihar (5), Chhattisgarh (3), J&K (2), Karnataka (14) Maharashtra (10), Manipur (1),Tripura (1), U.P. (8), West Bengal (3), Puducherry (1)  Odisha (5), T.N. (all 39),

Phase 3, April 23

14 States , Total Seats : 115

Odisha (6), U.P. (10), West Bengal (5), Dadra and Nagar Haveli (1), Assam (4), Bihar (5), Chhattisgarh (7), Gujarat (all 26), Goa (all 2), J&K (1), Karnataka (14), Kerala (all 20), Maharashtra (14), Daman and Diu (1)

Phase 4, April 29

9 States,Total Seats : 71

Maharashtra (17), Odisha (6), Rajasthan (13),Bihar (5), J&K (1), Jharkhand (3), M.P. (6),  Uttar Pradesh (13), West Bengal (8)

Phase 5, May 6

7 States, Total Seats :51

Jammu &Kashmir (2), Madhya Pradesh (7),Bihar (5), Jharkhand (4),  Rajasthan (12), U.P. (14), West Bengal (7)

Phase 6, May 12

7 States, Total Seats :59

NCR ( 7), Bihar (8), Haryana (10), Jharkhand (4),  (8), Uttar Pradesh (14), W. Bengal (8),

Phase 7, May 19

8 States, Total Seats :59

Chandigarh (1), U.P. (13), Himachal Pradesh ( 4) , Bihar (8), Jharkhand (3), Madhya Pradesh (8), Punjab (all 13), West Bengal (9),

Final Counting : May 23,2015

 

 

 

 

 

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