Lok Sabha Election will be held in 7 stages for 80 seats of UP
Chief OF Election Commissioner Sunil Arora said that the Lok Sabha Election will be held in 7 phases. Election Result will be on May 23 He said that Election in Uttar Pradesh will be finished in seven phases. Lok Sabha decisions will be hung on April 11 eighteenth April 23rd April 29th April sixth May twelfth May and nineteenth May in UP Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora said that the main period of casting a ballot will be hung on April 11 out of 91 Lok Sabha situates in 20 states.
The second period of casting a ballot will be hung on April 18 out of 97 Lok Sabha situates in 13 states. The third period of casting a ballot will be hung on April 23 for 115 Lok Sabha situates in 14 states. At a similar time, the fourth period of casting a ballot will be hung on April 29 for the 71 Lok Sabha seats of 9 states. The fifth period of casting a ballot will be hung on May 6 for 51 Lok Sabha situates in seven states. Voting for the 6th stage will be for the 59 Lok Sabha seats of 7 states on May 12 while in the seventh stage casting a ballot will be hung on May 19 for 59 Lok Sabha situates in 8 states. After this races will be hung on May 23.
90 million individuals will cast a ballot on 10 million surveying stalls
The Chief Election Commissioner educated that 10 lakh surveying stalls have been set up for the seventeenth Lok Sabha elections. 90 million individuals will cast a ballot in this election. He said that VVPAT would be utilized on each surveying booth. The CRPF will be sent in all the delicate areas. There will be a 24-hour without toll number of discussions in the control room. The Poling Officers must have a GPS in the car. Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora likewise discharged the helpline number for the Lok Sabha races which is 1950. He said that in one stage in Andhra Pradesh Arunachal and Uttarakhand will cast a ballot.
Uttar Pradesh has 80 seats
in Lok Sabha 80 situates in Lok Sabha in Uttar Pradesh. In the state, SP and BSP consolidate is in the brawl against the Bharatiya Janata Party. The Samajwadi Party is challenging on 37 seats while the Bahujan Samajwadi Party is challenging Lok Sabha races in 38 seats. Coalition accomplice RLD is challenging on three seats. The SP-BSP join has left two seats in the state.
Voting for 8 seats in the first phase on April 11
- Gautam Buddha Nagar
Voting for 8 seats in the second phase on April 18
- Fatehpur Sikri
Voting for 10 seats in the third phase on April 23
Voting for 13 seats in the fourth phase on April 29
- Lakhimpur Kheri
Voting on May 6 for 14 seats in the fifth phase
- Rae Bareli
Voting on 14th May in the sixth phase on May 12
- Ambedkar Nagar
- Sant Kabir Nagar
Voting on May 19th for 13 seats in the seventh phase
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