Lok Sabha Election Date 2024 LIVE UPDATES | Lok sabha election to be held in 7 phase


Lok Sabha Election 2024 Date LIVE updatesCEC Rajiv Kumar-led Election Commission of India (ECI) is holding a press meeting to announce the dates of the upcoming Lok Sabha elections 2024. The election body is holding a press conference in New Delhi and will shortly declare the crucial details about the upcoming general elections like dates, phases, announcement of results, etc,

The announcement of the Lok Sabha election date 2024 comes two days after the appointment of two new Election Commissioners- Gyanesh Kumar and Sukhbir Singh Sandhu. The appointment of the new ECs came after the surprise resignation of Arun Goel last week and the retirement of Anup Chandra Pandey on February 14.

The Model Code of Conduct (MCC) will kick in after the announcement of the Lok Sabha election date 2024 which means that the political parties, candidates, and government must work under the stipulated guidelines of the Election Commission of India (ECI) around their speeches, announcements, election manifestos etc.


Lok Sabha Election 2024 Date 19 April 2024


Chief Election Commissioner Rajiv Kumar announced the dates for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections today. The polls will be held in 7 phases, beginning from April 19 and ending on June 1. The results will be declared on June 4.. No simultaneous polls will be held, he said. The assembly polls for Andhra Pradesh will be on May 13, Sikkim on April 19, Arunachal Pradesh on April 19, and Odisha will be held on May 13. In a press conference today,  the Election Commission said it is working towards combating the 4M's (muscle, money, misinformation, and MCC violations) that hinder the path to free and fair elections,

Around 97 crore people are eligible to vote in the upcoming polls. Chief Election Commissioner Rajiv Kumar said that voters older than 85 years of age will be allowed to vote from home. He also said that minimum basic facilities like drinking water and toilets will be made available at all polling booths. The tenure of the present Lok Sabha ends on June 16 and a new House will have to be constituted before that. The tenure of the four state assemblies will also end in June. 

In the last parliamentary polls, the BJP, seeking a third consecutive term this time, won 303 seats, while the Congress got 52 seats. The upcoming polls are extremely crucial for the Opposition block INDIA, fighting to stop the BJP's run.

The Election Commission of India announced on Saturday that Lok Sabha elections will be held in 7 phases. Counting for all elections, including by-elections, assembly elections, and general elections, is slated for June 4. The current government's term is ending on June 16.

The previous Lok Sabha election schedule was announced on March 10 by the ECI, and polling was conducted in seven phases across the country, starting from April 11. The counting of the votes was done on May 23.


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