Election in India will be held in 7 phases ECI announced


The world’s largest democracy will witness a major battle for general elections in coming time. In the Plenary Hall of Vigyan Bhavan, Chief Election Commissioner of the Election Commission of India, Sunil Arora has announced the world’s most expensive election program.

The Lok Sabha elections will be concluded in 7 phases, the first phase will be held on April 11, while for the last phase, the votes will be cast on May 19.

The Commission has used several experiments for the first time to complete the 2019 Lok Sabha elections in a fair and successful manner.

Highlights of Events in Lokshaba Election

For the first time 90 million voters will use their franchise to cast their first vote.

The Election Commission has released the helpline number for the first time. Voters can take information related to elections on 1950.

The electronic voting machine (EVM) will be a picture of candidates.

Over 10 lakh polling booths have been constructed across the country, whereas last time there were 9 lakh booths.

For the first time, 15 million voters will be between 18-19 years of age.

For the first time in the Lok Sabha elections, VVPT machines will be used on every booth.

There will be 11 options for the identity card for the voters.

The voters will be able to make their complaint related to the mobile app.

GPS will be used for tracking EVM machines used in Lok Sabha elections.

There will be no use of material harming the environment in the election campaign.

These seems to be postive sets of event for the upcoming By Polls for the member of the parliament. The fate of the Government will be dependent on the result of these election. Stay tune with ProNews Zone for latest updates around world.