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2024 Lok Sabha Election Dates were Announced Now

  • In 2019, the BJP crushed the decision Congress-JDS partnership.
  • Nonetheless, the political scene changed in the 2023 get-together decisions, with the Congress scoring a pounding triumph.
  • Surveying in Assam will be conducted on April 19, April 26, and May 7.

The Political Decision Commission of India (ECI) on Saturday declared that the much-anticipated Lok Sabha races will be held in seven stages, beginning on April 19 and finishing on June 1. The counting of votes will be finished on June 4. Stage 1 surveying will be hung on April 19, the second stage on April 26, the third stage on May 7, the fourth stage on May 13, the fifth stage on May 20, the sixth stage on May 25, and the last and the seventh stage on June 1.

The southern provinces of Tamil Nadu and Kerala will cast a ballot in a solitary stage on April 19 and April 26, separately, while Karnataka will cast a ballot in two stages on April 26 and May 7.

2024 Lok Sabha Election Dates

The survey plan declaration has established a vibe for a thrilling challenge in these southern states which together send 87 individuals to the lower place of the Parliament.

In Tamil Nadu, BJP sewed a coalition with the Tamil Manila Congress after the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) snapped its binds with the saffron party. The decision Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) has fixed a seat-imparting arrangement to the Congress and movie producer Kamal Haasan’s Makkal Needhi Maiam for Lok Sabha surveys in the state.

Kerala’s slope voting public of Wayanad shot to distinction after Congress handled Gandhi from here in the 2019 Lok Sabha surveys. is nomination in Wayanad was a wellspring of energy for the state’s Congress-drove UDF then, at that point. Riding on the “Rahul wave” among different variables, the UDF then, at that point, won 19 out of a sum of 20 Lok Sabha seats in Kerala.

It is relevant to take note that the legislative issues in South India are regularly overwhelmed by local gatherings, not by the public gatherings including Congress, BJP, and CPI(M). In any case, these ideological groups have been effective in producing unions with provincial players.

Dismissing a solicitation made by the BJP-drove government in Assam to hold races in the state before the Bohag Bihu festivities, the Political Decision Commission on Saturday reported that democratic in the northeastern state would be held in three stages starting April 19, which falls after the celebration.

Assam has 14 Lok Sabha seats, and this is the principal political decision being held in the state after last year’s delimitation practice which saw enormous scope redrawing of limits of both get-together and parliamentary seats.

In conflict-torn Manipur and Tripura, the two of which have two Lok Sabha situates each, surveying will be hung on two stages on April 19 and April 26. Manipur has seen ethnic conflicts between Meiteis and Kukis since May last year in which something like 219 people have passed on and north of 50,000 have been dislodged.

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