Lok Sabha Elections Dates : The biggest democratic festival is here, The Election Commision has announced the dates of central elections today. Here we are presenting you the summary and all important information regarding the dates and elections. Lok Sabha election will be held in 7 Phases starting from April 11 and ending on 19th May, votes will be counted on 23rd May Below is the complete chart and summary of the election. From the table above it will be clear that election to be start on 11th April and to be end on 19th May for the Lok Sabha Seats across the country. We are going to discuss the state wise and seat wise election date in Table given below, you can check the table for more further details.
Narendra Modi BJP. The Indian general election was held in seven phases from 11 April to 19 May to constitute the 17th Lok Sabha. The votes were counted and the result declared on 23 May. Other parties and their alliances won 98 seats. Legislative assembly elections in the states of Andhra Pradesh , Arunachal Pradesh , Odisha and Sikkim were held simultaneously with the general election,   as well as by-elections to twenty-two seats of the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly. All elected MPs are elected from single-member constituencies using first-past-the-post voting. The President of India appoints an additional two members from the Anglo-Indian community if he believes that community is under-represented.
Introduction For every election to happen, the Election Commission and state machinery of India has to make provision for adequate resources, and man power to perform assembly elections. Over the last few years, it has been observed that elections are being conducted frequently in a few states of India. This has led to wastage of a lot of money and resources of the country. In addition to it, different state assembly elections put massive burden on the finances of the government.
Jump to navigation. India is now in the last lap of the election. We bring you our analysis of the electoral journey so far. In March, CPR scholars launched the Election Adda, a space for debate and analysis on key issues that have dominated this election.