The voting for the 2019 Loksabha Election Schedule dates are out. LokSabha polls from April 11 to May 19 and the result on May 23. The voting process will be divided in 7 phases. The voting process will commence from April 11 while the 7th phase will be held on May 19. Soon after the results will be announced just after 3 days at May 23.
2019 Lok Sabha Election Schedule news are as follows posted by the Election Commission Of India.
- On Sunday the dates for the Lok Sabha elections was announced to the public by the Election Commission Department.
- The elections for the 4 state state assemblies( Andhra Pradesh, Odhisa, Sikkim & Arunachal Pradesh ) will also take place.
- The whole election process will be executed in 7 phases.
The exact dates for all the seven phases of election was disclosed by the Election Commission India and hence the rivalry between the opposing parties starts. The dates are as follows for the 2019 Lok Sabha Election are as follows:
- April 11: Phase 1
- April 18: Phase 2
- April 23: Phase 3
- April 29: Phase 4
- May 6: Phase 5
- May 12: Phase 6
- May 19: Phase 7
Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora said in press conference in New Delhi that till date around 90 crore or 900 million people have been registered for the 2019 Lok Sabha General Election and around 1.5 crore registered as new voters under the age of 18-19.
Due to the tremendous increase of electorate of around 900 million or 84.3 million voters registered during the 2014 Lok Sabha vote which is a good sign. Due to the increase in the number of voters, hence there will also be increase in the number of polling stations which will be around 1 to 10 Lakhs as announced by the Election Commission Of India in the New Delhi Press conference.
The elections dates for the 4 state assembly (Odhisa, Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh & sikkim) will also be taking place as announced by the Election Commission. The Dates for voting in these states will be simultaneously held with voting in the 2019 Lok Sabha Elections are as follows:
- Arunachal Pradesh & Sikkim will both vote in new assemblies in a single phase on April 11. The Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim
- The Odisha assembly election will be held in four phases starting
- The Andhra Pradesh assembly election will be held in a single phase on April 11.
Note: All the assembly election results will be out on May 23.
In 2014 Narendra Modi outranked Congress with an absolute majority by winning 282 seats, ten more than the majority mark with his Bharatiya Janata Party or known as BJP. In the 2019 General polls, which will be electing the 17th Lok Sabha of India which is Narendra Modi. This year the numbers is seen with a little change from 2014 elections due to the deaths of sitting MPs by lowering the BJP’s tally to 268 and increasing the Congress by one seat. Due to the full majority in the 2014 elections, Congress only had 44 seats hence giving the BJP-Led National Democratic Alliance an upper hand due to the overwhelming seats acquired by the party and again looking dominant in 2019 as well and boasting pretty good challenge to the Congress Party.