Election commission announced Loksabha polls from April 19 concludes on June 4,

Election commission announced Loksabha polls from April 19 concludes on June 4,

Lok Sabha elections to begin from April 19 in in 7 phases. The results will be announced on June 4.

 
Phase 1 : April 19
Phase 2 : April 26
Phase 3 : May 7
Phase 4 : May 13
Phase 5 : May 20
Phase 6 : May 25
Phase 7 : June 1
Results : June 4

 

Comprehensive Coverage of 2024 Lok Sabha Elections Announcement

 

The Election Commission of India made a significant announcement regarding the schedule for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections and state assembly elections for Andhra Pradesh, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, and Odisha. The press conference held in New Delhi, led by Chief Election Commissioner Rajiv Kumar, unveiled crucial details regarding the electoral process.

 

 

 

 

 

Introduction of New Election Commissioners:

Chief Election Commissioner Rajiv Kumar introduced the newly appointed election commissioners Gyanesh Kumar and Sukhbir Singh Sandhu, indicating the completion of the election commission team.

 

 

 

 

 

Voter Statistics and Infrastructure:

According to CEC Rajiv Kumar, approximately 97 crore voters across the country will exercise their voting rights in the upcoming elections. This massive electoral exercise will be facilitated through 10.5 lakh polling stations, with 1.5 crore polling officials ensuring the smooth functioning of the process. Notably, the inclusion of 1.8 crore new voters, who recently turned 18, highlights the democratic participation of India’s youth. Additionally, there are 88.4 lakh voters with disabilities and 48,000 from the transgender community, emphasizing inclusivity in the electoral process.

 

 

 

 

 

Use of Technology:

 

The Election Commission plans to deploy 55 lakh electronic voting machines (EVMs) for the Lok Sabha elections, ensuring efficiency and accuracy in the voting process. With approximately 21.5 crore young voters and 1.82 crore new voters, technology plays a crucial role in engaging and empowering citizens.

 

 

 

 

 

Gender and Age Representation:

CEC Rajiv Kumar provided insights into the demographic representation of voters, indicating that 49.7 crore male voters and 47.15 crore female voters are expected to participate in the elections. Additionally, voters above the age of 100, totaling 2.18 lakh, along with 82 lakh voters aged 85 and above, reflect the diverse demographic landscape of Indian voters.

 

 

 

 

 

Electoral Schedule:

The Lok Sabha elections are set to take place in seven phases, with polling starting from April 19 and concluding on June 4. This phased approach allows for efficient management of resources and ensures maximum participation from voters across the country. The election results will be announced on June 4, marking the culmination of this democratic exerciseCombatting Electoral Challenges:

The Election Commission is committed to combating the 4Ms—muscle, money, misinformation, and MCC (Model Code of Conduct) violations—that pose challenges to free and fair elections. By addressing these concerns, the commission aims to uphold the integrity and transparency of the electoral process, safeguarding the democratic principles enshrined in the Indian Constitution.

 

 

The announcement of the Lok Sabha elections schedule and accompanying details underscores the significance of democratic governance in India. With an emphasis on inclusivity, technological advancements, and electoral integrity, the Election Commission ensures a fair and participatory electoral process. As the nation gears up for the “biggest festival of Indian democracy,” all eyes remain on the forthcoming elections, symbolizing the collective voice of millions of voters shaping the future of the nation.

 

 

Data Sheet:

– Total Registered Voters: 97 crore
– Polling Stations: 10.5 lakh
– Polling Officials: 1.5 crore
– Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs): 55 lakh
– New Voters (Aged 18): 1.8 crore
– Voters with Disabilities: 88.4 lakh
– Transgender Voters: 48,000
– Male Voters: 49.7 crore
– Female Voters: 47.15 crore
– Voters Above 100: 2.18 lakh
– Voters Above 85: 82 lakh
– Election Phases: 7
– Election Result Date: June 4

 

 

2024 Lok Sabha Elections #ElectionCommission #IndianDemocracy #VoterDemographics #ElectoralProcess #FairElections #TechnologyInElections #InclusiveVoting #DemocracyInAction #ElectionSchedule #ElectoralIntegrity

Related post

Major Success in Anti-Drug Campaign by District Police Nurpur: 10,000 Liters of Illicit Liquor Destroyed

Major Success in Anti-Drug Campaign by District Police Nurpur:…

Major Success in Anti-Drug Campaign by District Police Nurpur: 10,000 Liters of Illicit Liquor Destroyed Dharamsala (Arvind Sharma)19/5/24 In a significant…
Arvind Kejriwal Criticizes BJP in Amritsar: Calls for AAP Unity and Victory in Punjab

Arvind Kejriwal Criticizes BJP in Amritsar: Calls for AAP…

Arvind Kejriwal Criticizes BJP in Amritsar: Calls for AAP Unity and Victory in Punjab  During a spirited address to party workers…
जनसेवा नहीं, धन सेवा के लिए राजनीति कर रहे राजेंद्र राणा : मुख्यमंत्री ठाकुर सुखविंदर सिंह सुक्खू

जनसेवा नहीं, धन सेवा के लिए राजनीति कर रहे…

जनसेवा नहीं, धन सेवा के लिए राजनीति कर रहे राजेंद्र राणा : मुख्यमंत्री ठाकुर सुखविंदर सिंह सुक्खू क्रशर की एनवायरमेंट क्लीयरेंस…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.