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Lok Sabha Election 2024 : Randhumali from today; The schedule of Lok Sabha polls will be announced leader

New Delhi : Leading News Service : Election Commission Chief Election Commissioner Rajeev Kumar, Election Commissioner Sukhbir Singh Sandhu and Dyanesh Kumar held a meeting regarding the Lok Sabha elections on Friday. The schedule for the 2024 Lok Sabha general elections and state assembly elections will be announced at a press conference on Saturday at 3 pm. (Lok Sabha Election 2024)

The code of conduct will also come into force with the declaration of election. The conference will be streamed live on the Central Election Commission's social media platforms. Dyanesh Kumar and Sukhbir Singh Sandhu were appointed as Election Commissioners on Thursday itself. He started work immediately after assuming office on Friday. The Chief Election Commissioner along with the two newly appointed Election Commissioners held a meeting with all the three officials regarding the election programme. In it, the last hand was turned on the planning of the election program. Overview The Lok Sabha Election 2019 program was conducted in 7 phases from 11th April to 19th May. The result was announced on the fourth day after the last phase of voting i.e. 23 May 2019; The program of 2014 Lok Sabha elections was announced on March 5. At that time, elections were held in 9 phases between April 7 and May 12. At that time too, the result was declared on May 16, the fourth day after the last phase of voting. (Lok Sabha Election 2024)

Challenge to appointment of commissioner

The Supreme Court on Friday refused to stay the election of the two new election commissioners. However, a bench of Justice Sanjiv Khanna, Justice Dipankar Dutta and Justice Augustine George Masih has fixed the next hearing on March 21, questioning why the appointment was made when the selection process matter was pending. By then, the Center will have to answer. (Lok Sabha Election 2024)

Voting is done on 'EVM' only

New Delhi: News Agency : The Supreme Court has dismissed the petition filed for voting on ballot papers instead of 'EVM' in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. While dismissing the petition, the court expressed the opinion that there is no truth in the petition, this is special! Justice S. K. Kaul and Justice M. M. Sundaresh's bench gave this decision. Adv. M. L. Sharma had filed this petition. Referring to Article 100 of the Constitution, Sharma had stated in the petition that voting process through ballot paper is an essential provision. (Lok Sabha Election 2024)

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