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Women and youth will decide the 'ruler' of the country, know the percentage of votes leader


Leader Online Desk : The Chief Election Commissioner of the Central Election Commission Rajiv Kumar announced the election dates. (Lok Sabha Election date 2024) Voting for Lok Sabha Election 2024 will be held in 7 phases. The voting of the youth and women of the country will play a decisive role in this election. Because the number of voters has increased by 6 percent compared to the previous i.e. 2019 Lok Sabha elections. Let's know more about the number of voters in the country…

Chief Election Commissioner Rajeev Kumar said that there are a total of 96.88 crore voters in the country. Among them, male voters are 49.7 crore and female voters are 47.1 crore. Our country, which has the largest number of voters in the world, had a total voter turnout of 89.6 in 2019.

The number of new female voters is 15 percent more than the new male voters

The number of male voters in the country is 49.7 crore, while in 2019 the number was 46.5 crore. On the other hand, the number of women voters is 47.1 crore, as against 43.1 crore in the previous Lok Sabha elections. The Election Commission has reported a positive increase in the gender ratio in the electoral roll. It also indicates the growing role of women in the country's democratic structure. More than 2.63 crore new voters have been included in the electoral roll. Out of them 1.41 crore are female voters and 1.22 crore are male voters. Thus the number of new female voters is 15% more than the new male voters.

Significant improvement in voter gender ratio

In the last five years (2019-2024) there has been a significant improvement in the voter gender ratio. The sex ratio was 928 in 2019 which increased to 932 in 2020 and 935 in 2021. In 2022 and 2023, it remained only 940. So in 2024 it will increase to 948.

What is the number of young voters in the country?

The role of youth is very important in any democratic country. According to Election Commission data, there are 1.85 crore youth voters in the age group of 18-19 in the country. Last time this figure was one and a half crore. More than 2 crore youth voters in the age group of 18-19 and 20-29 have been included in the electoral roll. Chief Election Commissioner Rajeev Kumar said Special Assistant Election Registration Officers (AEROs) were appointed at the constituency level to facilitate direct voter registration of youth from educational institutions. A total of more than 10.64 lakh advance applications have been received three times in one year.

How many disabled voters are there?

At present there are 88.35 lakh disabled voters across the country. In the last Lok Sabha elections, there were 45.64 lakh voters. The Election Commission said that commendable efforts have been made to support persons with disabilities by ensuring accessibility and inclusiveness on polling day.

other voters

The Election Commission said there are 48,044 other voters across the country. While in 2019, other voters were 39,683.

The names of 1,65,76,654 voters were removed from the electoral roll

After door-to-door verification, 1,65,76,654 names of deceased, permanent migrants and duplicate voters have been removed from the electoral roll. This includes 67,82,642 dead voters, 75,11,128 permanently transferred/absent voters and 22,05,685 duplicate voters. Special efforts have been made to achieve 100% enrollment especially of Vulnerable Tribal Groups (PVTGs). This has made the voter list the most inclusive ever, said Chief Election Commissioner Rajeev Kumar.

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.



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