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In Depth Lok Sabha Elections 2014 Schedule

In Depth Lok Sabha Elections 2014 Schedule

The Election Commission announced the dates for Lok Sabha polls in nine phases and clarified that opinion polls would not be banned.

An important feature of the polls is introduction of paper trail system for electronic voting in some constituencies on a trial basis.

First time in Lok Sabha elections NOTA none of the above option will be given to voters

None of the above option if you click and choose means that

Another first in the Lok Sabha elections will be the introduction of "None of the Above" (NOTA) option in voting,

The polls will be held for seven days across April and May.

The Election Commission stated that there were 10 crore new voters participating in the 2014 Lok Sabha polls.

Photo electoral rolls are introduced this year and candidates will be provided a copy of the same.

In 9 poll days, 543 parliamentary constituencies will be covered in the Lok sabha polls.

Day 1-
7th April 2014 - will cover six parliamentary constituencies.

Day 2-
9th April - covers five states and seven parliamentary constituencies.

Day 3-
10th April - will cover 14 states and 92 parliamentary constituencies.

Day 4-
12th April covering 3 states and 5 parliamentary constituencies.

Day 5-
17th April  - covers 13 states and union territories and 122 parliamentary constituencies.

Day 6-
24th April - will cover 12 states and 117 parliamentary constituencies.


Day 7-
30th April - covers 9 states and 89parliamentary constituencies.

Day 8-
7th may - seven states and 64 parliamentary constituencies.

Day 9-
7th may -  seven states and 64 parliamentary constituencies.

Below are the election dates for states and union territories:

1)  
Andhra Pradesh: 30 April and 7 May

2)  
Arunachal Pradesh: 9 April

3)  
Assam: 7 April, 12 April and 24 April

4)  
Bihar: 10 April, 17 April, 24 April, 30 April, 7 May and 12 May

5)  
Chhattisgarh: 10 April, 17 April and 24 April

6)  
Goa: 17 April

7)  
Gujarat: 30 April

8)  
Haryana: 10 April

9)  
Himachal Pradesh: 7 May

10)  
Jammu and Kashmir: 10 April, 17 April, 24 April, 30 April, 7 May

11)  
Jharkhand: 10 April, 17 April, 24 April

12)  
Karnataka: 17 april

13)  
Kerala: 10 April

14)  
Madhya Pradesh: 10 April, 17 April, 24 April

15)  
Maharashtra: 10 April, 17 April and 24 April

16)  
Manipur: 9 April and 17 April

17)  
Meghalaya: 9 April

18)  
Mizoram: 9 April

19)  
Nagaland: 9 April

20)  
Odisha: 10 and 17 April

21)  
Punjab: 30 April

22)  
Rajasthan: 17 and 24 April

23)  
Sikkim: 12 April

24)  
Tamil Nadu: 24 April

25)  
Tripura: 7 April and 12 April

26)  
Uttar Pradesh: 10 April, 17 April, 24 April, 30 April, 7 May and 12 May

27)  
Uttarakhand: 7 May

28)  
West Bengal: 17 April, 24 April, 30 April, 7 May and 12 May

29)  
Andaman and Nicobar Islands: 10 April

30)  
Chandigarh: 10 April

31)  
Dadra and Nagar Haveli: 30 April

32)  
Diu and daman: 30 April

33)  
Lakshwadeep: 10 April

34)  
NCR Delhi: 10 April

35)  
Puducherry: 24 April


Counting will take place on 16th May 2014

Schedule for Lok Sabha Elections 2014



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रविकर March 05, 2014  

dhanbad - 24 april
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