Saturday, May 18, 2024

Commencement of the big celebration of democracy: PM Modi leader

Leader Online Desk : The Central Election Commission has announced the program of the Lok Sabha elections today. The election will be held in seven phases and the result of the Lok Sabha election will be announced on June 4. Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted that the big celebration of democracy has begun.

A post on social media platform 'X' (formerly Twitter) said, The biggest festival of democracy has begun. The Election Commission has announced the dates for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. We are fully prepared for BJP-NDA elections. We are going to the masses.

The coming 5 years will be the time of our collective resolution. In which we will create a roadmap for India's development journey for the next one thousand years. Prime Minister Modi has also said that this period will witness India's overall development, inclusive prosperity and global leadership.

When countrymen say, “I am Modi's family”, it encourages me to work hard to build a developed India. We will make collective efforts for a developed India and achieve this goal. This is the time, this is the right time!, it is also mentioned in our post.

Polling in seven phases, results on June 4

Election Commission Chief Election Commissioner Rajeev Kumar today announced the dates of Lok Sabha Elections 2024 on Saturday (16). (Lok Sabha Election date 2024) Voting for Lok Sabha Election 2024 will be held in 7 phases and counting of votes will take place on June 4. The first phase of Lok Sabha polls will be held on April 19, the second phase on April 26, the third phase on May 7, the fourth phase on May 13, the fifth phase on May 20, the sixth phase on May 25 and the seventh phase on June 1. And counting of votes will be on June 4, said Rajiv Kumar.

In 12 states women voters outnumber men

2024 is an election year all over the world. The world's attention is also on India, the world's largest democracy. The term of the current Lok Sabha ends on June 16. Now the electoral system is ready for the elections in the country. There are 96.8 crore registered voters in the country. There are 10.5 lakh polling booths. One and a half crore electoral officials will look after the election work. So there will be 55 lakh EVMs, 4 lakh vehicles. There are 1 crore 52 lakh new voters. There are 2 lakh voters above 100 years. For every 1000 male voters there are 948 female voters. The number of new women voters is 85 lakh. In 12 states, women voters are more than men, said Chief Election Commissioner Rajeev Kumar.

We have 1.8 crore first-time voters. 19.47 crore voters are in the age group of 20 to 29. He said that disabled people can vote from home. He mentioned that the election system will reach every polling station.

Violence has no place in elections

Violence will have no place in elections. For that, political parties should take precautions. Wherever we get information about violence, we will take action against them. Misuse of money will not be allowed in elections. Rajeev Kumar has given this warning. “Cash worth around Rs 3,400 crore was seized during assembly elections in the states of Rajasthan, Telangana, Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka, Chhattisgarh, Mizoram, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Himachal Pradesh, Gujarat and Tripura. This growth represents 835 percent…” Also, political parties should use social media responsibly. Special measures will be taken to prevent rumours. He also said that the advisory will be conveyed to the top leaders of the political parties.

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