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Ls polls 2014

  1. 1. LS polls 2014: India to vote April-May, results on May 16 By- saurav kishor
  2. 2. Introduction • India, world's largest democracy, is once again ready to witness the power of votes. • The Election Commission on 5th march announced the schedule for Lok Sabha polls 2014. • Polling will be held in nine phases from April 07 to May 12 and the counting of votes will be held on May 16.
  3. 3. • The schedule was announced by Chief Election Commissioner V S Sampath along with Election Commissioners H S Brahma and Dr Nasim Zaidi at a press conference held at Vigyan Bhavan in the national capital. • The elections would see more than 81.4 crore voters exercise their ballot; the number of voters is 10 crore more than the last general election held in 2009. • The term of the current Lok Sabha expires on June 1 and the new House has to be constituted by May 31.
  4. 4. • Sampath said that the EC had taken into consideration factors like examination schedules and weather conditions. • The EC said that electoral roll have already been updated till January 1, 2014 and final rolls have been published in all states. • However, the EC has offered one more opportunity to enroll in the electoral rolls. • Camps would be set up on March 9 ,2014 at all polling booths – around 9,30,000 - across the country to allow people to enroll themselves.
  5. 5. General Elections 2014: state-wise schedule - Map General Elections phase-wise schedule • Phase 1: April 7 in two states Phase 2: April 9 – five states Phase 3: April 10 – 14 states Phase 4: April 12 – three states Phase 5: April 17 – 13 states Phase 6: April 24 – 12 states Phase 7: April 30 – nine states Phase 8: May 7 – seven states Phase 9: May 12 – 3 states. Counting of votes will be held on May 16
  6. 6. State-wise schedule: • Andhra Pradesh (40 constituencies): April 30 (17 seats), May 7 (25) • Arunachal Pradesh (2): April 9 • Assam (14): April 7 (5), April 12 (3), April 24 (6) • Bihar (40): April 10 (6), 17 (7), 24 (7), 30 (7), May 7 (7), 12 (6) • Chhattisgarh (11): April 10 (1), 17 (3), 24 (7) • Goa (2): April 17 (2) • Karnataka (28) – April17 (28) J • ammu and Kashmir (6): April 10 (1), 17 (1), 24 (1), 30 (1), May 7 (2) • Jharkhand (14): April 10 (5), 17 (5), 24 (4) • Kerala (20): April 10 (20) • Madhya Pradesh (29): April 10 (9), 17 (10), 24 (10) • Maharashtra (48): April 10 (10), 17 (19), 24 (19) • Gujarat (26): April 30 (26) • Manipur (2): April 9 (1), 17 (1) • Haryana (10): April 10 (10) • Meghalaya (2): April 9 (2)
  7. 7. State-wise schedule: • Mizoram (1): April 9 (1) • Tamil Nadu (39): April 24 (39) • Nagaland (1): April 9 (1) • Tripura (2): April 7 (1), 12 (1) • Odisha (21): April 10 (10), 17 • Uttar Pradesh (80): April 10 (10), (11) • Himachal Pradesh (4): May 7 (4) 17 (11), 24 (12), 30 (14), May 7 (15), 12 (18) • Punjab (13): April 30 (13) • Uttarakhand (5): May 7 (5) • Rajasthan (25): April 17 (20), 24 • West Bengal (42): April 17 (4), 24 (5) • Sikkim (1): April 12 (1) (6), 30 (9), May 7 (6), 12 (17)
  8. 8. Union Territories • Andaman and Nicobar Islands (1): April 10 (1) Chandigarh (1): April 10 (1) Dadra and Nagar Haveli (1): April 30 (1) Daman and Diu (1): April 30 (1) Lakshadweep (1): April 10 (1) Delhi (7): April 10 (7) Puducherry (1): April 24 (1)
  9. 9. Assembly elections: • Andhra Pradesh including Telangana region: April 30, May 7 • Odisha: April 10, 17 • Sikkim: April 12 Counting of votes will be held on May 16
  10. 10. Thank you!! By – saurav kishor

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