Lok Sabha Election 2019 Dates, Notifications, Parties & Latest Updates: As same as the Assembly polls, the General and Parliamentary elections which are held for 545 constituencies to elect the prime minister of the country is held, the last time when the General elections held were in 2014 and now it’s time coming nearer and 2019 about to come and 5 year term to be completed soon, and before the expiry of the tenure, the Election Commission of India or ECI will conduct the polls and once it’s held successfully the counting process begins in which results of all contestants candidates will be displayed.
As of now there are some major national level as well as which includes Indian National Congress also known as INC, Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) and others which have alliance with other parties that are the reason they are called as UPA (United Progressive Alliance, or Congress+) and NDA (National Democratic Alliance, or BJP+), although in this case if any political party which manages to gain the majority with or without alliance is eligible for forming government in the country and the prime minister can be from the same party elected through the same elections or Rajya Sabha. Here are the LS Elections 2019 Dates in which parliamentary general elections are held.
Lok Sabha Elections 2019 – Dates, Polling Schedule & Other Details
- Indian General Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Notification (Issue of Public Notice by EC): 10th March 2019
- Last date for filing Nomination forms: 25th March 2019
- Scrutiny of Nominations: 26th March 2019
- Last Date of Withdrawal of Nominations: 28th March 2019
- Lok Sabha Assembly Polls Date: 11th April To 19th May 2019
- Hours of Poll: Expected as the previous time
- Lok Sabha Assembly Re-Polling (if required): N /A
- Lok Sabha Assembly Election Results/Counting of Votes: 23rd May 2019
The Congress party contesting and winning the LS Polls from a long time, with the time and according to to the voting of the people the Congress became the party which was in double-digit seats which means they didn’t even touch the number 100. To win the polls the party may their best, this year the elections are expected to be held in mid of 2019, anyhow we could expect the Election commission could announce the dates in the in April/May 2019. If some people who have turned 18 years then they enroll for the Voter ID (identity) cards, there is a portal from where they can directly apply for the card and later after approval, they will be issued their card, even voter slips may also be made available to the public before the poll their vote, so that they can reach polling booth easily and cast their vote etc.
The parties contesting would be Indian National Congress (INC), Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Karnataka Janata Paksha (KJP), Janata Dal (Secular) JD(S) as per the previous elections, this time the Aam Aadmi Party led by the Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal could also contest the elections but let us see what happens because it is not yet officially confirmed that AAP contesting the polls or not, just stay tuned with us, we will make you updated with the latest trends in the Lok Sabha Elections 2019. If you have something to ask, then proceed with asking through the comments, press CTRL+D to bookmark us now.