Lok Sabha elections result 2019 live updates
The elections to the 16th Lok Sabha will be held in seven phases across India, beginning from 11 April. The elections will be held for 543 seats at nearly 10 lakh polling booths across the country, while the counting of votes will take place on 23 May. Nearly 90 crore people are registered as voters, of which 1.5 crore are between the ages of 18 and 19. The current Lok Sabha’s tenure ends 3 June.
Simultaneous elections will also be held to the Assemblies of Arunachal Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Sikkim, and Odisha. The results for these elections will also come out on 23 May.
|Phase I||Thursday, 11 April, 2019|
|Phase II||Thursday, 18 April, 2019|
|Phase III||Tuesday, 23 April, 2019|
|Phase IV||Monday, 29 April, 2019|
|Phase V||Monday, 6 May, 2019|
|Phase VI||Sunday, 12 May, 2019|
|Phase VII||Sunday, 19 May, 2019|
These locations are often in remote areas with few facilities. More than 80,000 stations surveyed by the ECI lacked mobile connectivity, and nearly 20,000 were located in forest or semi-forest areas, according to data released last year.
Here is a guide to find your polling booth ahead of the general election:
The running government has worked for four years. Nevertheless, The Election commission of India has made no statement to tell the expected date of election but it is expected to conduct in the month of May next year. Though, they will be soon releasing the official details related to the Lok Sabha 2019 elections such as polling dates, nominations, withdrawal of nominations and counting dates.
You will be able to see the campaign by each parties running even before the release of date. They all had started to plan out their strategies and selecting candidates for their nomination process. Each party is ready to rule out another even before the release of the official details.
Lok Sabha Election 2019 Information
There are many political parties who might declare their Prime Minister candidates before due to the publicity. Like last year PM Modi was the face for BJP and he had managed to put a remarkable victory in his pocket. However, with this win, there were many other parties who weren’t even managed to grab a seat in double number. Aam Aadmi Party won in a total of 4 seats who was fighting for Arvind Kejriwal.
Congress was another party that was not able to grab attention. However, by the time Rahul Gandhi is the declared president of the party and Prime Minister candidate. It will be amazing to see whether it will make some difference for Congress or not. Well, only time can tell for whom voters are rooting for.
- Name of Pools: Indian General Parliamentary Pools
- Total Number of Seats: 545
- Result Declared: No updates yet
- Candidate List of BJP: not released yet
- Candidate List of Congress: not available
- Candidate List of APP: not released
- Other Parties Candidate List: Not available
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Lok Sabha Election 2019 Live Updates Results – Parliamentary Polls
As for the details of the results, you will be able to get the update of each and every win after the elections are conducted. However, before that, you can simply enjoy the other important information related to Lok Sabha 2019.
There is much other news regarding the 2019 Lok Sabha elections such as:
- Results are not yet declared, it would be available after the polling is done
- Mayawati is all set to keep her rivalry aside and shake hands with a Samajwadi party for the Lok Sabha in
- For the Lok Sabha 2019 elections, K Chandrasekhar Rao has claimed to win 16 seats for the next elections.
- In 2019, the election commission will be asked to conduct the Assembly polls simultaneously Lok Sabha elections.
- Government to ask EC: Can simultaneous Lok Sabha assembly polls be held in 2019? – April 14th, 2018, The Times of India
- Karnataka campaign over, BJP gets ready for Lok Sabha 2019 polls – May 11th, 2018, IndiaToday