Chief election commissioner V.S. Sampath today announced upcoming 16th Lok Sabha Elections 2014 schedule. The elections will be held in April and May month of 2014, which will start on 7th April and will ends on 12th May 2014. As per election commission announcement, the Lok Sabha election is divided into 9 phases and the vote counting will be conducted on 16th May 2014.
|Phase||Date||Number of States||Number of Seats|
In these nine phases of election, total of 543 parliament constituencies of all states will be covered. First poll of election is held on 7th April, in which voting will be taken place for 6 parliament constituencies of 2 states that includes Assam and Tripura. There will be 9,30,000 polling stations in the elections. In this election, people can also use NOTA (None of the above) option in which they can vote for none of above candidates.
Here is the detailed information about state, total number of seats and election poll dates for particular state in Lok Sabha Election 2014 in India.
|State||Total State Seats||Election Poll Date||Election for Seats|
|Jammu & Kashmir||6||10-Apr||1|
|Andaman & Nicobar Islands||1||10-Apr||1|
|Dadra & Nagar Haveli||1||30-Apr||1|
|Daman & Diu||1||30-Apr||1|
|NCT of Delhi||7||10-Apr||7|
Approximately 81.4 crore voters will use their voting rights in this election and will contribute towards forming a new government. 9.71 crore new voters are added in this elections as compared to last Lok Sabha Elections.
Be ready to use your voting right and select your favorite candidate on this Lok Sabha election 2014. Your vote is very valuable and it will decide the future of nation. Checkout list of election dates and vote without fail.
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