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Lok Sabha Elections 2019 – Schedule. India to Decide

Published on: March 10, 2019 | Updated on: March 11, 2019

General Election 2019 MapGeneral Elections have just been announced, here is the schedule. Elections are being held in 7 Phases:

Phase I – 11th April 2019  

91 Constituencies in 20 States & UTs

Andhra Pradesh 25, Arunachal Pradesh 2, Assam 5, Bihar 4, Chhattisgarh 1, Jammu and Kashmir 2, Maharashtra 7, Manipur 1, Meghalaya 2, Mizoram 1, Nagaland 1, Odisha 4, Sikkim 1, Telangana 17, Tripura 1, Uttar Pradesh 8, Uttarakhand 5, West Bengal 2, Andaman and Nicobar Islands1, Lakshadweep Islands 1 – Total 91.

Phase II – 18th April 2019

97 Constituencies in 13 States & UTs

Assam 5, Bihar 5, Chhattisgarh 3, Jammu & Kashmir 2, Karnataka 14, Maharashtra 10, Manipur 1, Orissa 5, Tamilnadu 39, Tripura 1, Uttar Pradesh 8, West Bengal 3, Puducherry 1 – Total 97

Phase III – 23rd April

115 Constituencies in 14 States & UTs

Assam 4, Bihar 5, Chhattisgarh 7, Gujarat 26, Goa 2, J&K 1, Karnataka 14, Kerala 20, Maharashtra 14, Orissa 6, UP 10, West Bengal 5 Dadra & Nagar Haveli 1, Daman & Diu 1 – Total 115

Phase IV – 29th April

71 Constituencies in 9 States & UTs

Bihar 5, J7K 1, Jharkhand 3, MP 6, Maharashtra 17, Orissa 6, Rajasthan 13, UP 13, West Bengal 8 – Total 71

Phase V – 6th May

51 Constituencies in 7 States

Bihar 5, J&K 2, Jharkhand 4, Madhya Pradesh 7, Rajasthan 12, Uttar Pradesh 14, West Bengal 7 – Total 51

Phase VI – 12th May

59 Constituencies in 6 States & NCT of Delhi

Bihar 8, Haryana 10, Jharkhand 4, Madhya Pradesh 8, Uttar Pradesh 14, West Bengal 8, NCT of Delhi 7 – Total 59

Phase VII – 19nd May

59 Constituencies in 8 States & UT

Bihar 8, Jharkhand 3, Madhya Pradesh 8, Punjab 13, West Bengal 9, Chandigarh 1, Uttar Pradesh 13, Himachal Pradesh 4 – Total 59

All results on 23rd May 2019

States in Single Phase

Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Goa, Gujarat, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Kerala, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Punjab, Sikkim, Telangana, Tamilnadu, Uttarakhand, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Dadra & Nagar Haveli, Daman & Diu, Delhi, Puducherry, Chandigarh.

States in Two Phases

Karnataka, Manipur, Rajasthan, Tripura,

States in Three Phases

Assam, Chhattisgarh

States & UTs in 4 Phases

Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Odisha

States in Five Phases

Jammu and Kashmir

States in Seven Phases

UP, West Bengal

Elections would be held in:

Delhi – 12th May

List of States & UTs with only 1 seat:

Mizoram

Nagaland

Sikkim

Chandigarh

Daman and Diu

Dadra and Nagar Haveli

Andaman and Nicobar Islands

Lakshadweep Islands

Puducherry

States and UTs with below 10 or below seats

Arunachal Pradesh – 2

Goa – 2

Manipur – 2

Meghalaya – 2

Himachal Pradesh – 4

Tripura – 2

Uttarakhand – 5

Delhi – 7

Haryana – 10

India has bicameral Parliament. Lower house, Lok Sabha is elected directly. In 2019, 900 Million voters are eligible to vote. They would vote for 543 seats. There are total 545 seats in Lok Sabha, the lower house. Two seats are reserved for Anglo Indians, they are filled by nomination.

Special provisions are being made to regularize use of social media platforms. There is going to be action against abuse of social media for political gains.

In 2014 General Election, 810 Million people were eligible to vote. This year there would be paper trail machines at all polling stations. Number of polling stations has been increased by 10% too. Chief Election Commissioner of India, Sunil Arora is confident about preparedness of the state to conduct an exercise of this scale.

There are four states which are simultaneously going for Sate Elections too: Andhra Pradesh, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Odisha. Jammu & Kashmir State Election schedule has not been announced.


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