All you need to know about Lok Sabha Elections 2019

We have brought you full timetable and schedule of Lok Sabha Elections 2019.




Lok Sabha Election 2019: Voting for a collective of 97 parliamentary voting demographics crosswise over 13 states will be hung on stage 2 of the Lok Sabha surveys 2019 on April 18.

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Every parliamentary supporter in Tamil Nadu (39 seats) and Puducherry (one seat) will go for surveying in the second stage. Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, and West Bengal will see surveying in all the seven stages. In the second stage, eight UP voting demographics including Agra, Aligarh, and Mathura, three in West Bengal, incorporating Darjeeling and five in Bihar will go for surveys. UP has a sum of 80 seats, while West Bengal and Bihar have 42 and 40 Lok Sabha seats, separately. The Srinagar and Udhampur situate in Jammu and Kashmir will likewise go for surveying in the second stage.


The fight for a total of 543 seats had begun with races in 91 voting public crosswise over 20 states on April 11.

While 22 states and Union Territories will see single-stage surveying in the Lok Sabha Elections 2019, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, and West Bengal will see surveying in every one of the seven stages.

The Election Commission as of late declared that the absolute electorate enrolled is roughly 900 million, an expansion of in excess of 84 million voters over the 2014 Lok Sabha races.

Stage 1: April 11, 2019

Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Phase 1 will be held in 91 parliamentary electorates spread crosswise over 20 states and Union Territories on April 11.

Stage 2: April 18, 2019

This period of the Lok Sabha races will be directed in an aggregate of 97 supporters spread crosswise over 13 states. Every single parliamentary supporter in Tamil Nadu (39 seats) and Puducherry (one seat) will go for surveying in the second stage.

Stage 3: April 23, 2019

Surveying will be held in 115 seats spread crosswise over 14 states and Union Territories. Every one of the seats in Goa, Gujarat, Kerala, Dadra, and Nagar Haveli, and Daman and Diu will go for surveying on April 23.

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Stage 4: April 29, 2019

The Election Commission issued warning for stage four of Lok Sabha decisions on Tuesday in which 71 situates crosswise over nine states will go to surveys.

Stage 5: May 6, 2019

In this stage, 51 Lok Sabha voting public spread crosswise over seven states will go to cast a ballot

Stage 6: May 12, 2019

The surveying will be directed in 59 parliamentary electorates spread crosswise over seven states

Stage 7: May 19, 2019

In the last period of the Lok Sabha Elections 2019, 59 Lok Sabha voting public spread crosswise over eight states

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