Lok Sabha Election Schedule 2024 – Phase 1 to 7, Political Party, Prediction

Lok Sabha Election Schedule The Chief Election Commissioner, Rajiv Kumar, recently revealed the dates for the Lok Sabha elections 2024. The elections are set to take place in 7 phases, commencing on 19 April and concluding on 1 June, with the results announced on 4 June. Additionally, he announced that the Andhra Pradesh assembly polls will be held on 13 March, while the Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim polls are scheduled for 19 April, and the Odisha polls are set for 13 May. In the previous election, the BJP claimed victory with 303 seats, while the Congress managed to secure 52 seats. The upcoming Lok Sabha elections are of significant importance to the opposition parties as they aim to challenge the BJP this year. Be sure to read this article for insights on the Lok Sabha elections schedule 2024, details on Phases 1 to 7, information on political parties participating in the elections, and potential predictions.

Lok Sabha elections schedule 2024

ECI released the schedule for the Lok Sabha elections 2024. By provide the schedule of elections, it give the idea of voting experience for all citizens in country. According to the Lok Sabha elections scheduled for 2024, the elections start on 19 April and end on 1 June. The results of elections will announced on 4 June. This year, elections will take place in 7 phases. The first phase of elections will take place on 19 April, whereas the second and third phases of selection will take place on 26 April, 4th phase will take place on 7 May, 5th place will take place on 20 May, and 6th phase will take place on 25 May and 7th phase will take place on 1 June.

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Event Name

Parliament Election 2024

Organizer

Election Commission of India

Number of Phases

7

Starting Date of Voting

19 April 2024

Last Date of Voting

1 June 2024

Election Result Date

4 June 2024 (Day of Vote Counting)

Official Website

https://www.eci.gov.in/

Lok Sabha elections 2024 Phase-wise schedule

The 18th general elections will be held in 7 phases. The first phase will involve 102 seats, while 89 constituencies will have elections in 2 phases. Subsequent phases will cover 94, 96, 49, 57, and 57 seats, respectively.

Phase 1

Nominations for the first phase will take place on 27 March and voting will be held on 19 April. This phase of elections will cover 21 states and union territories.

Phase 2

Phase 2 of the Lok Sabha elections 2024 will take place on 26 April as the nomination process will close on 4 April. This phase will cover 12 states and union territories.

Phase 3

The 3rd phase of elections will held on 20 April. The nominations of this phase will be conducted on 7 May. 12 states and union territories are take part in nominations

Phase 4

The 4th phase of elections will take place on 13 May because its nominations end on 25 April. This phase includes the 10 states and union territories.

Phase 5

The nominations for this phase will be made on 3 May. The 5th phase of the Lok Sabha elections 2024 will take place on 20 May, including the eight states and union territories.

Phase 6

The 6th phase of elections, which includes Union territories and 7 states, will take place on 25 May. Nominations for this phase are ended on 6 May.

Phase 7

The 7th phase of elections will take place on 1 June because of the 8 states and the UT nomination ends on 14 May.

Lok Sabha elections 2024 Main political parties

Various regional and national parties will take part in the Lok Sabha elections, contributing to a diverse political landscape in India. Below is a list of candidates and parties contesting in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections.

  • BJP
  • Congress
  • Communist Party
  • Bahujan Samaj Party
  • National People’s Party
  • Aam Aadmi Party

Predictions for Lok Sabha Elections 2024

BJP and Apna Dal Sonelal have won 62 out of 80 Lok Sabha seats in the state. The Samajwadi Party and Bhajan Samaj Party alliance are set to challenge the BJP. The upcoming Lok Sabha elections in India will commence on 19 April. There are expectations that Narendra Modi will secure a strong position for PM seats in India once again. The results of the Lok Sabha elections in 2024 will be declared on 4 June. It is anticipated that PM Modi will win the elections by a significant margin and become the next PM of the country. Congress and other parties need to secure a large number of seats to effectively compete with the BJP and enhance their chances of winning.