The final turnout stood at 67.11 per cent, the highest ever turnout recorded in any of the general elections till date. The percentage is 1.16 per cent higher than the 2014 elections whose turnout stood at 65.95 per cent. Over 600 million voters polled their votes in 2019 Indian General elections.
The Election Commission of India (ECI) on Sunday announced the schedule of Lok Sabha election 2019 at a press conference in Vigyan Bhawan at 5 pm today. The Chief Election Commissioner said that with the announcement of election dates, the Model Code of Conduct has come into force.
The elections in India in 2019 that include general election, by-elections to the Lok Sabha, elections to the Rajya Sabha, elections to six state legislative assemblies and numerous other by-elections to the state legislative assemblies, councils and local bodies.
The Election Commission of India - ECI is announced the dates on 10th March 2019 at 5 pm through a press conference at Vigan Bhavan, New Delhi for the much awaited General Election 2019 and its to be conducted in 7 phases and results would be out by 27th May 2019.
General Election 2019: full schedule with phases, dates and State-wise list of seats ... the Election Commission of India announced on March 10. Elections to Assemblies of Andhra Pradesh ...
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India General election result 2019 live counting updates for 545 constituencies on Indian Express. PM Narendra Modi Swearing-in Ceremony Live, Lok Sabha Election Results 2019: Check here Live Modi Swearing Ceremony, Lok Sabha Elections Results 2019 Updates and counting of votes, Constituency Wise Results, State Wise Result, Party wise results.
Lok Sabha Elections 2019 – Date, Notifications, Parties & Results: As India is a democratic country, all citizens have the right to vote and by casting their votes they can choose their leader.Casting the vote for your MLA (Member of Legislative Assembly) chooses Chief Minister whereas casting your vote for MP (Member of Parliament or ‘Sansad ke sadasya’) chooses Prime Minister.
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Indian General (Lok Sabha) Election 2019 Lok Sabha elections are held every five years in order to elect the next Prime Minister of India. People vote for their preferred party and the candidate of the winning party goes on to represent the Prime Minister of our country.