18th Lok Sabha Election 2024

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18th Lok Sabha Election 2024
18th Lok Sabha Election 2024

18th Lok Sabha Election 2024

The election commission of India has released an Application to the electoral committee of India. The India election may be held in April or May 2024 to choose the 543 participants in the Lok sabha. With the preliminary date announced as April 16, 2024, anticipation and excitement ripple across the nation as political parties gear up for electoral contest.

In the Lok Sabha elections, various political parties contest for the 543 seats available in the house. These seats are distributed among the different states and union territories based on population, with each constituency electing one member to the Lok Sabha. The party or coalition that wins the majority of seats forms the government.

During the election campaign, political parties canvas for votes by presenting their manifestos, which outline their policies and promises. Candidates hold rallies, engage in debates, and use various media platforms to reach out to voters.

On election day, eligible voters cast their votes at polling stations set up across the country. The votes are then counted, and the candidates who receive the highest number of votes in their respective constituencies are declared winners.

The Lok Sabha elections are a crucial event in Indian democracy, determining the composition of the central government and shaping the country's political direction for the coming years.

Lok Sabha Election Parties 2024

There are various parties which will form the alliance to win the election of 2024 Lok Sabha. The Lok Sabha dissolution will take place and then parties will be elected as a legislator body. Those parties who will win the election and who will have a majority will form the government. The recognised national parties like

  • BJP
  • Congress 
  • Bahujan Samaj Party
  • National People's Party 
  • Communist Party of India  
  • Aam Aadmi Party. 

There are 55 recognised state party in India.

Election Commission of India (ECI)

Formation : 25th January 1950.

Ministry : Ministry of Law and Justice 

Headquarters : Nirvachan sadan, Ashoka Road, New Delhi

The Election Commission of India (ECI) is a constitutional entity mandated by the constitution of India to oversee and manage the electoral process nationwide. The Election Commission the authority to supervise, guide and regulate elections for parliamentary, state legislative, presidential, and vice presidential offices.

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