The Election Commission of India has made its first move of the election season of 2014. The commission has officially announced the schedule and dates for the Lok Sabha 2014 Elections. Also knows as the General Elections, these aim to elect a Central Government in India. This also means that the fate of the nation is more or less dependent on these elections.
Highest ever, the 16th Lok Sabha Elections are going to take place in 9 Phases. The First phase of LokSabha 2014 Elections will start from 7th April 2014 and 9th Phase will be on 12th may 2014. Election Results will be declared on May 16, 2014. The whole election process would end within 72 days which is 3 days lesser than the last general elections held in 2009. There are 543 Lok Sabha Constituencies in our nation.
There is much hype about the Lok Sabha 2014 elections with BJP’s country-wide campaign to promote Narendra Modi as their Prime ministerial Candidate, the Aam Aadmi Party’s claims to bring about revolutionary change in the political landscape under Arvind Kejrival’s leadership and the Congress trying to cash upon Rahul Gandhi and the development they claim [Continue reading]