LokSabha Elections 2019: in uttar pradesh may be in 5 to 6 phase
The countdown to the (LokSabha elections 2019) has started in the country. In the second week of this month i.e. after 9th March, the Central Election Commission can announce the LokSabha election program by holding a conference conference on any day. Once the election program is announced, the Model Code of Conduct will be used throughout the country. Uttar Pradesh is going to get between five to six phases
Since the month of holy Ramadan is also starting from May 4, it is expected that most of the elections will be dealt with in March and April. The first phase of the LOS elections in the state is expected to be in the first week of April. In each phase, 10 days are nominated for nomination and 15 days are for campaigning.
In this regard, a one-phase election schedule can be prepared every week starting from the first week of April. The first and second phase elections in the state ar
At the same time, like in the 2014 Lok Sabha polls in the state, this phase is also going to be held between five and six phases. Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora has said in a press conference held on March 1 in Lucknow that the state election program will be decided mainly by the availability of security forces and their visit.
At the same time, schools, colleges, universities, annual examinations, important opportunities and festivals etc. will also be taken care of. Under the leadership of the Chief Election Commissioner, from 27th February to 1st, the team of Central Election Commission has conducted marathon meetings with state machinery and has prepared estimates of the preparation till date.
For this reason, the Central and State Governments are deploying the inauguration and funding of all the welfare schemes in these days. In this order, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate all the plans of the state in Kanpur on 8th March.