India Loksabha elections 2019 dates, number of phases with dates and states going to polls on the particular phase with number of constituencies. Election will be held in 7 phases and the results are to be declared on May 23. The Model Code of Conduct (MCC) comes into effect from today I.E. 10-03-2019 10TH MARCH itself in the entire country. Any violation will be dealt with in the strictest manner, as said by Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora. as of 2019, 900 million people are registered as voters, of which 15 million voters are in the 18-19 age group. The current term of the present Lok Sabha will end on June 3. Seven-phase elections in 2019 instead of nine-phase one like last elections. No assembly polls will be held in J&K considering the recent incidents, security of candidates. The Commission has decided to announce only parliamentary elections in J&K. Lok Sabha elections in Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Goa, Gujarat, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Kerala, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Punjab, Sikkim, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Uttarakhand, Andaman, Dadra and Nagar Haveli, and Daman & Diu will be held in a single phase. 2 phases elections will be held in Karnataka, Manipur, Rajasthan, Tripura. 3 phases in Assam and Chhattisgarh. 4 phases in Jharkhand, MadhyaPradesh, Maharashtra, Odisha. 5 phases in Jammu and Kashmir. 7 phases in Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal. VVPATS will be used at all polling stations. Photographs of candidates will also be there next to the symbol. In wake of complaints regarding security of EVMs, now last mile transportation of these machines will be tracked through GPS.
LOKSABHA ELECTIONS 2019 DATES, PHASES, LATEST NEWS
INDIA GENERAL ELECTIONS 2019 DATES, PHASES, STATES GOING TO POLLS DATES WISE DETAILS INFO.
ELECTION TO BE HELD IN 7 PHASES, RESULTS TO BE DECLARED ON MAY 23
THE MODEL CODE OF CONDUCT (MCC) COMES INTO EFFECT FROM TODAY I.E. 10-03-2019 10TH MARCH ITSELF IN THE ENTIRE COUNTRY. ANY VIOLATION WILL BE DEALT WITH IN THE STRICTEST MANNER, SAYS CHIEF ELECTION COMMISSIONER SUNIL ARORA.
THE CURRENT TERM OF THE PRESENT LOK SABHA WILL END ON JUNE 3.
INDIA GENERAL ELECTION 2019 DATES, PHASES, STATE WISE POLL PHASES DATES
PHASE 1 -> VOTING ON APRIL 11
91 SEATS IN 20 STATES – ANDHRAPRADESH (ALL 25), ARUNACHALPRADESH (2), ASSAM (5) BIHAR (4), CHANDIGARH (1) JK (2), MAHARASHTRA (7), MANIPUR (1), MEGHALAYA (2), MIZORAM (1), NAGALAND (1), ODISHA (4), SIKKIM, TELANGANA (17), TRIPURA (1), UTTAR PRADESH (8), UTTARKHAND (5), WESTBENGAL (2), ANDAMAN&NICOBAR, LAKSHADWEEP
PHASE 2 -> VOTING ON APRIL 18
97 SEATS IN 13 STATES — TAMILNADU (ALL 39), TRIPURA (1), WB (3), PUDUCHERRY (1), MANIPUR (1), JAMMUKASHMIR 2, ASSAM 5, BIHAR 5 CHANDIGARH 3, WB 3
PHASE 3 -> VOTING ON APRIL 23
115 SEATS IN 14 STATES — ASSAM 4, BIHAR 5, CHATTISGARH 7, GUJARAT (ALL 26), GOA(2), JK 1, KARNATAKA 14, KERALA (20), MAHARATSHTRA (14), ODISHA (6), U.P. (10), WB (5), DNH (1), DD (1)
PHASE 4 -> VOTING ON APRIL 29
71 SEATS IN 9 STATES — BIHAR 5, JK 1, JHARKHAND 3, M.P. 6, MAHARASHTRA 17, ODISHA 6, RAJASTHAN 13, U.P. 13, WB 8
PHASE 5 -> VOTING ON MAY 6
51 SEATS IN 7 STATES — BIHAR 5, JHARKHAND 4, JK 2, RAJASTHAN 12, U.P. 14, WB 7, M.P. 14
PHASE 6 -> VOTING ON MAY 12
59 SEATS IN 7 STATES — BIHAR 8, HARYANA 10, JHARKHAND 4, M.P. 8, U.P. 14, WB 8, NCR (ALL 7)
PHASE 7 -> VOTING ON MAY 19
59 SEATS IN 8 STATES — BIHAR 8, JHARKHAND 3, M.P. 8, PUNJAB (ALL 13), WB 9, CHANDIGARH 1, U.P. 13, HIMACHAL 4
DATE OF COUNTING -> 23 MAY 2019
Poll code violations can now be reported to the ECI through an app, cVIGIL.
Non-filing of revised Form 26 will result in rejection of candidature. The form seeks info on income of candidates, spouse, dependents, HuF and also assets located overseas and PAN, he says.
Candidates with criminal antecedents need to announce their status thrice before the poll date in local newspapers.
Tamil Nadu bypolls are to be held on April 18 along with the Lok Sabha polls
Assembly polls in Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Sikkim and Odisha will be held simultaneously with the respective Lok Sabha cosntituencies.
No assembly polls in jammuKashmir. President’s rule to continue in J&K
Anantnag Lok Sabha seat in J&K would vote in three phases due to security reasons, the ECI says.