Friday, May 10, 2019

LOK SABHA ELECTION RESULT LIVE UPDATE

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Lok Sabha election 2019: Voting for phase three of the Lok Sabha elections to be held in 115 parliamentary constituencies spread across 14 states on April 23. All parliamentary constituencies in Goa (2), Gujarat (26), Kerala (20), Dadra and Nagar Haveli (1) and Daman and Diu (1) will go for polling in the third phase. Assam, Chhattisgarh, Jammu and Kashmir, Karnataka, Maharashtra and Odisha will witness voting in some seats in this phase. Among others, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and West Bengal will see polling in all the seven phases.

In the third phase, ten seats of UP including Mainpuri Bareilly and Pilibhit, five each in West Bengal and Bihar will head for voting. UP has a total of 80 seats, while West Bengal and Bihar have 42 and 40 Lok Sabha seats, respectively. The Anantnag parliamentary constituency in Jammu and Kashmir will also go for polls in this phase.

You can find your voting date on this interactive map by searching for your state and then your constituency. You can also tap on the different phase tabs to see which constituency will vote in which phase.
In this year's Lok Sabha election RESULT 23, MAY2019, around 90 crore people are eligible to vote this time. The number is an increase of about 9 crore compared to last time. It is estimated that about 13 crore voters this time will be first-time voters. The actual number of people who do vote, however, is far less. Even though 2014 saw the highest turnout ever in independent India's history at 66.4 per cent, it meant a huge 27.3 crore people did not vote.

Millions of poll workers, police and security personnel are deployed in cities, towns, villages and hamlets. They use planes, boats, trains, helicopters, elephants and camels and travel by foot to reach far flung voters, because every vote counts. Elections in India are nothing less than a "festival of democracy."

Which party won how many seats in what state? By what percentage a certain candidate has won from a certain seat? Which candidates were the winners, and who were the losers from which constituency? Naturally, the political bigwigs and the ones who have challenged them will be closely watched too. On a single click, you'd be able to find out who were the important players who lost, or won. If you want to find out the performance of a particular candidate or a party in any of the five state, Dailyhunt app is the right place for you. Just select the state, deep dive into it and you'll have the results of each candidate from that particular seat. You can find out all about which candidate got how many votes, who won or lost by how many votes. Not only this, you will be able to see the particular vote percentage or a particular party on your mobile screen - with the number of votes.

The election schedule was announced on 10 March 2019, and with it the Model Code of Conduct came into force

The election is scheduled to be held in seven phases, with counting starting on 23 May. In Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal, the election will be held in all seven phases. The polling for the Anantnag constituency in the state of Jammu and Kashmir will be held in three phases, the first of its kind, due to violence in the region that had prompted the ECI to cancel a bypoll in 2016, leaving it vacant since then

Citing the constraints over availability of central forces and other logistics, the Election Commission said the elections for the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly will not be held along with the Lok Sabha polls.

Most of the mainstream political parties in Jammu and Kashmir expressed disappointment and anger at the poll panel's decision not to hold Assembly elections simultaneously with the Lok Sabha polls.

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