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Lok sabha election 2024 : What will be the schedule of Lok Sabha election; How many stages will the voting be? | leader









Prashant Baghaye

New Delhi: Election Commission Chief Election Commissioner Rajeev Kumar, Election Commissioner Sukhbir Singh Sandhu and Gyanesh Kumar held an important meeting on Friday (15th) in the background of the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. The Election Commission will hold an important press conference on Saturday (16) at 3 pm to announce the schedule for the 2024 general elections and state assemblies. Lok sabha election 2024

Two election commissioners were appointed yesterday. After that Election Commissioner Gyanesh Kumar and Sukhbir Singh Sandhu assumed office today. Meanwhile, the winds of Lok Sabha elections are blowing for the past few days. Many possibilities were expressed about when the Lok Sabha elections would be announced. That date has finally been announced by the Election Commission. An important press conference of the Election Commission will be held tomorrow at 3 pm. At this time, what will be the schedule of the Lok Sabha elections across the country, in how many phases will the Lok Sabha elections be held? Along with that, the schedule of assembly elections of some states will also be announced. Lok sabha election 2024

Lok sabha election 2024: 97 crore voters, 2 crore new voters in upcoming Lok Sabha elections

97 crore people are going to be voters in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. can According to the Election Commission, there will be 2 crore new voters in the age group of 18 to 29. The number of registered voters has increased by almost 6 percent compared to the previous Lok Sabha elections. The world has the largest number of registered voters to vote in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. The number of which is nearly 97 crores.

The program of 2019 Lok Sabha elections was conducted in 7 phases between 11th April to 19th May. The result was declared on 23 May 2019, on the fourth day after the last phase of voting. 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.

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