The facts of Indian elections that you would like to know, Elections start from April 11

Narendra Modi and Rahul Gandhi will compete for next Prime Minister File photo:

Narendra Modi and Rahul Gandhi will compete for next Prime Minister File photo:

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According to population, another major country in the world will start elections from April 11 this year in India, the Lok Sabha elections. At this time more than 90 million people will choose 543 members for the 17th Lok Sabha, in 7 steps. Members of the newly elected Lok Sabha will be elected from the states and federal government-run areas of India. 543 members of the Lok Sabha are elected from public votes to the house while 2 members are elected by the President in the Assembly at this time. When they feel that the Anglo-Indian community is not represented in the Parliament. Members of the President should be the Anglo-Indian members these are members of India, Western and especially British generation, most people belonging to this community are settled in Kolkata and Shimla.

The first phase of voting will be in April for the 7 stages of the 17th Lok Sabha and 7 hours for almost two-month elections. While the last 3 steps will be in May and the same results will also be announced for the election results. The first phase of voting in India will be on April 11, the second will be April 18, 3rd April, 4th April, 5th of 5th, 6th May, and 7th on May 19. According to the Election Commission of India, overall 90 million voters will use this right vote. Elections of the Lok Sabha will be in the sub-regions of seven federal government and Indian-dominated Jammu and Kashmir, including 29 Indian states. Even during the election, polling will be held on all sections on the same day of some states, but there are many states where voting will be held in seven steps. Within the same state, there are questions raised on the transparency of the elections, where people from there are disturbed by voting in different stages of the circles.

There are many states including India’s large states, including Uttar Pradesh, Bahar, Assam and West Bengal where elections will be held in seven steps and polling will be 5 to 10 seats in each state. This time, 8 thousand 136 members of India’s 2,000 political parties will fall in the field. But the number of members of 8 thousand 136 members will be less than 700. At this time, total 636 female members will arrive in the field for the Lok Sabha elections, of which, surprisingly, more than women and smaller states will show women’s fights. According to the Election Commission of India, this time, more than 10 lakh polling stations will be formed for the election. Over 11 lakh voting machines will be used during the election. In order to conduct the election process, the election staff will also travel pedestrians, including trains, trains, coaches, cars, buses, horses, elephants and boats. There are several remote areas of India where there is no bus service, so the election staff will be delivered through helicopters. There are some remote areas in India where weather is not suitable for helicopters nor does there have been infections in roads in such areas, such areas are surrounded by forest and rivers, in this area, election staff will be transported to booths and river constituencies. To reach some circles, the election staff will use horses and elephants to ride too. India’s election is also considered as the world’s largest electoral constituency, because it is the only country in the world where 90 million people are eligible to vote.

According to the Election Commission of India, after the 2014 Lok Sabha election, the total increase of 13 million voters, out of which 9 million voters registered in the last 3 years. Overall, 13 million voters will use the vote of opinion in the Lok Sabha elections this time. These voters are between 18 to 20 years and in India, India’s third largest population is below 35 years of age. According to a recent report, more than 2 million women are missing from the voter list, so, 41 crore women will vote in the election commission list.

According to the census in India, women population is more than 58 million, out of which 43 million women are registered voters, however, names of 2 million women missing from women’s list of registered voters. According to reports, women whose names are missing from the voters’ list are between 18 to 35 years and most of them are unmarried women, which is being expressed by the family on many restrictions. This time the women’s vote in the Lok Sabha elections is considered to be very important and changing the situation, according to the Election Commission, approximately 4 million women will use their rights for the first time. According to a recent survey, 68% of India’s women are interested in interested in the role of men in domestic politics. The survey also revealed that 20 percent of women are prevented from being involved in politics or playing role in the politics. Similarly 65 percent of women rejected the idea that men are better than women in politics. Although women’s vote is being given importance in India, with them politics for the last few decades and in the right opinion, debate has begun in the public on the contrary behavior and there are voices that women should have a special quota quota in the Lok Sabha.

According to the census in India in 2011, the population of India was one billion 216,697 thousand 573 out of which, 62 million women were male and female, 58,747,700 730 women. Where India is counted in most of the world’s most populated countries, women there are the lowest representation in the elections or the government. At this time, parties like Indian Janta Party (BGP) and Congress of India have given less importance to women. Of the 543 candidates in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections in India, only 69 women were elected out of which, more than 31 female members belonged to ruling party BJP. The second number was female members of the All India Trinamool Congress (AITC) The number of 12 was the number of women members of the Congress, which was considered secular party. This time only the All India Trinamool Congress is the only party that has announced to take 40 percent of the women in the field.

At which stage, on how many constituencies will be the election:

Elections of Lok Sabha will be held in 7 stages and the first phase will start on April 11, but elections will be in the third phase. In the first round of elections on April 11, elections will be held on 91 constituencies. On April 18, 97 members will be picked up in the second phase. In the third phase on April 23, the most 115 seats will be held. In the fourth phase, voters will be voted for 71 Lok Sabha members on April 29. In the 5th phase, members of the lowest 51 constituencies will be selected on May 6. In the 6th phase, May 12 will be voted for 59 seats. In the last and 7th phase, on May 19, elections will also be held in 59 constituencies.

Which election constituencies are there in the state ?:

According to population, India’s largest state is the highest number of 80 seats in Uttar Pradesh, the state’s population is around 20 million. According to election constituencies and population, the second number is Maharashtra, where 48 seats and its population is more than 11 million. According to the population, the third largest state is Bahar, where the population is more than 10 million, but the electoral constituencies there are less than the state of Andhra Pradesh. There are 40 seats in Bah Bahr, while 42 are in Andhra Pradesh, and the population is around 5 crore. Similarly, there are 42 seats in West Bengal and it is the fourth largest population in population, the population is more than 9 million. After these states, the largest state regarding the seats is Tamil Nadu, from which 39 Lok Sabha members will be elected and the population is more than 7 million. Arunachal Pradesh, Goa, Meghalaya, Manipur and Tripura are the states where the 2 Lok Sabha members will choose from وhile Mizoram, Nagaland and Skim are one of the states where one, one member will be selected. There will be one sequence from the sub-regions of India’s federal government while 7 members will be selected from Delhi. 6 Lok Sabha members will be elected from Jammu and Kashmir under India.

In the 17th elections of the Lok Sabha, some other ministers of PM will also come to the fieldhowever, the tough competition will be between BJP’s Narendra Modi and Rahul Gandhi of the Congress. Before becoming a prime minister, any candidate will have to win the election of Lok Sabha, after which he will be elected by the members of the nominated members. For the prime minister, the candidate needs 272 votes and in 2014, with the support of Narendra Modi in 2014, 282 votes were Prime Minister. Narendra Modi’s prime minister’s term will remain till May 31 this year and he will be India Prime Minister after election and election results, he is the 17th prime minister of India. This time it is believed that the turnout of the voters will be more than the past, and more often more people will vote. Out of over 80 million voters in the last elections, more than 20 million voters did not cast votes. The people who did not vote in the last elections were the overall government-making party than the BJP. The BJP had won more than 17 million votes, while the Congress got only 10 million votes. This time Narendra Modi will contest the election of Lok Sabha from the state of Varanasi (Banaras) in the state of Uttar Pradesh. On the other hand, Congress President and other strong candidate of Prime Minister Rahul Gandhi will come to the field from 2 circles, Rahul Gandhi will take part in the election from the state of Kerala district Wayanad and Amethi district of Uttar Pradesh.

Lok Sabha elections so far:

The first lower house elections of India continued from April 1952 to May 1952 and in the first election, the Indian National Congress (INC) won the victory and Jawahar Lal Nehru was elected Prime Minister. Other elections also took place five years later in those months in 1957 and once again the Congress succeeded and Jawahar Lal Nehru became prime minister again. The third elections of the Lok Sabha were 5 years later in May and April 1962 and once again Congress conquered and Jawahar Lal Nehru became Prime Minister, however, after his death in 1964 Gulzari Lal Nanda became the caretaker Prime Minister, he was the Federal Minister in the Government of Nehru. Later, Gulzari Lal Nanda was led by the Congress leadership in June 1964 and made Lal Bahadur Shastri the Prime Minister, however, he also walked in 1966 and once again the Congress leader handed over responsibility for the ministry’s supremacy to Gulzari Lal Nanda.

The fourth elections were held in March and April 1967 and this time the Congress had to wash hands with a number of seats. But still he succeeded in making the government with allies and Satya Narine Sinha became prime minister. The 5th Lok Sabha elections took place in March and April 1971 and this time, Indra Gandhi regained the lost popularity of the Congress. And become a strong prime minister from the majority, he is also India’s first and the only female prime minister.

The sixth elections in the Lok Sabha took place in March and April 1977 when Prime Minister Indra Gandhi had enforced civil emergency in 1975 and his party was also shattered, during the elections, Prime Minister became the Prime Minister under the Morarji Desai Jinnah Party, however, he resigned from the Prime Minister in 1979 on the wishes of the party and later became Charan Singh Prime Minister. The 7th polls of the Lok Sabha were made in 1980 and Indra Gandhi became prime minister for the second term, however, in October 1984, he was killed and after his death, his son Rajiv Gandhi took over the ministry’s premises. The 8th elections of the Lok Sabha were made in December 1984 and once again the Congress won and Rajiv Gandhi became Prime Minister.

The 9th Lok Sabha elections were made in 1989 and even Congress got success and Rajiv Gandhi became Prime Minister again, however, that year, he had to be fired and Vishwanath Pratap Singh became Prime Minister. The 10th elections of the Lok Sabha were held in 1991 and during the campaign, Rajiv Gandhi was killed in a suicide attack, they were killed one day after casting votes, but the elections were not postponed and in order to save the country’s situation, the Congress and Janata Dal party made a weaker coalition government and Chandra Shekhar was made prime minister.

After Chandra Shekhar a few days, Arjun Singh was made Prime Minister and later Narasimha Rao was made Prime Minister in June 1991. And he was the first prime minister after the Gandhi family, who completed his constitutional period and remained in office of the Prime Minister until 1996, in his distant government, there was a tragedy to kill Babri Masjid. The 11th elections of the Lok Sabha were held in 1996 and once again the first Narasimha Rao was elected Prime Minister, after which Ram Villas Paswan and later became Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee. Atal Bihari Vajpayee was also removed after June and became prime minister of H. D. Deve Gowda, also his prime minister is also called Miracle Minister in Indian politics.

In 1997 after H. D. Deve Gowda became Indra Kumar (I) Gujral India Prime Minister and he remained in office for the period until 1998. The 12th Lok Sabha elections took place in 1998 and became the Prime Minister of the Indian Janta Party, Atal Bihari Vajpayee. The 13th elections of the Lok Sabha were held in October 1999 and once again became the Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee. The 14th elections in the Lok Sabha were held in 2004, in which the Congress achieved success and became Manmohan Singh Prime Minister. The 15th elections of the Lok Sabha were held in 2009 and once again Manmohan Singh became prime minister. The 16th elections in the Lok Sabha were held in 2014 and surprisingly the BJP won the majority and Narendra Modi became prime minister for the first time. The 17th elections of the Lok Sabha will continue from 11 April to 19 May, 2019, will count on May 23 and the new government will be formed in June.


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