After 2014’s grand elections and a 5-year long journey of Bhartiya Janta party as the representative government of India, it’s now time for India to elect its next representative party! Yes, the Lok Sabha elections 2019 are around the corner. And there is a huge hustle and bustle in the country because of the same. Not just in the political parties but also in the administrative departments, the workload has been increasing day by day!
Verification of not only the contesting parties but also the Election Commission of India has been done by authorities like IB.
It is that time of the year when people will actually use their Voter id cards for its actual purpose other than using it as an address proof!
The Election Commission of India has announced that the Lok Sabha elections will be conducted in 7 phases this year. The Lok Sabha elections 2019 are scheduled to be held from 11 April 2019 to 19 May 2019. Vote counting will be done by the Election Commission of India on 23rd May 2019 and on the same day the results of this much-awaited elections will be declared.
The Lok Sabha elections 2019 will be held in the 543 constituencies across 29 states and 7 unions. A party must acquire 272 seats to win the elections.
Lok Sabha elections of 2014 are still considered to be really big but this time the 2019 Lok Sabha elections are anticipated to be grand! Much Bigger than the last time. So many issues will be accounted which includes the current ruling party’s take on unemployment, the recent tension which is developed between India and Pakistan and is still going on and also the National security Issues.
One major thing in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections 2019 which can turn the bottle in any way is the fact that there are 15 million new voters added to the Electoral list. 15 million is a big number! And of course, If these 15 million voters are recently added, they are expected to be young. It’s high time for the young minds to exercise their voting right in a sustainable manner, keeping into account all the factors the upcoming government is responsible for and what is the best that it can do for the country broadly.
For voting, a candidate must be of 18 years or above. To get your name in the Electoral list, you need to fill the application form 6 and submit the same in the Electoral registration office of your constituency. Following the submission, verification of the candidate is done and then after proper follow up the name is added to the Electoral list.
Voting is not an ordinary right. It is important for everybody to understand the fact that if you can not take part in simply Choosing your representative, you have no right to complain about the hardships you might face later because of some government policies. It is still seen that the voters do not come to poll and hence the results are not out with the majority of the whole country.
Just by sitting before the television and cursing the government won’t work.
The Lok Sabha elections are very near. Let’s use our voter id cards sensibly and exercise our right to elect the deserving representative for our country.