NaMo Nomination Today in Varanasi : I have been a grassroot worker myself. Have pasted posters on the wall: PM Shri NarendraModi Watch LIVE

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Top BJP leaders including party president Amit Shah, Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath and NDA leaders are expected to accompany PM Modi as he files his nomination papers today. Follow for live updates.

PM Modi Urges Varanasi To Break All Voting Records: Highlights

PM Modi will soon file his nomination papers in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh.

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will file his nomination for Varanasi Lok Sabha constituency in Uttar Pradesh today. The prime minister addressed a gathering of BJP workers. He will be visiting the famous Kal Bhairav temple in the city. He will then visit the city’s collectorate to file his nomination papers.

On Thursday, PM Modi held a mega roadshow in Varanasi and passed by ancient temples and ghats – the seven-kilometre-long roadshow took two-and-a-half hours and finally ended in the holiest ghat of them all, the Dashashwamedh. The prime minister also attended the evening aarti at this ghat on the banks of the river Ganga.

Here are the LIVE Updates on PM Modi in Varanasi:

                           

Here are the LIVE Updates on PM Modi in Varanasi:

Apr 26, 2019
11:44 (IST)
PM Modi Files Nomination Papers

PM Modi files nomination papers at Collectorate Office in Varanasi for 2019 Lok Sabha elections.

Live: PM Modi files his nomination papers in from where he is seeking re-election https://twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1gqxvVmALepxB 

Live: PM Modi files his nomination in Varanasi

11:32:25 (IST)

PM Modi at Collectorate Office in Varanasi

PM Modi arrives at the District Magistrate’s office to file his nomination papers in Varanasi https://twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1ynJORbmlwOGR 

Live: PM Modi to file his nomination papers in Varanasi

11:28:17 (IST)

BJP Chief Amit Shah tweets photos from NDA meet

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Had a great interaction with leaders of the NDA this morning.
Sharing few pictures of our meeting.

11:22:54 (IST)

PM Modi meets NDA leaders at Collectorate Office in Varanasi.

Apr 26, 2019
11:20:45 (IST)
PM Modi reaches Collectorate Office to file nomination papers from Varanasi.
11:19:47 (IST)

Prime Minister Narendra Modi walks towards Collectorate Office to file his nomination papers from Varanasi.

11:16 (IST)

NDA leaders including Chief Minister of Bihar Nitish Kumar, Shiv Sena party chief Uddhav Thackrey, AIADMK’s O Panneerselvam, Lok Janshakti Party president  Ram Vilas Pawan at Collectorate Office to support PM Modi as he files his nomination papers.

10:51 (IST)

PM Modi visits Kaal Bhairav Temple in Varanasi before filing his nomination papers.

 

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10:48:03 (IST)
PM Modi on his way to file his nomination papers from Varanasi.
10:21 (IST)

PM Modi in Varanasi tells BJP workers: “When a party worker goes out of home, he tells his mother: I am out to serve the BJP, if i don’t return alive, ensure my younger brother serves the party from tomorrow. This is a true story.”

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“Whether I win or not is not important. It’s the democracy that should win”: PM Modi in Varanasi

 

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10:15 (IST)
PM Modi to BJP workers:
 
  • I want to tell you how to cut costs. Every party worker should be responsible for 10 families. Start visiting homes of these voters (as a part of door-to-door campaigns), have breakfast with them, they will offer you tea, you can read their newspaper. Without any expenses, you would be spreading the word.
  • Also, avoid negativity. Read the NaMo App, especially the first time voters should.
  • The post of PM is not for fun. It is not for the family members (nephews, daughters, etc). It is for the over 130 crore people of India.
  • The mood is festive from Kashmir to Kanyakumari.
10:14:09 (IST)
Friendship, Love important in politics: PM Modi
“If you are Modi’s soldier, don’t get motivated by those who debate on the TV. Friendship, love is important in politics which is gradually fading away. We need to bring that back. No matter how much anyone abuses Modi, you need not worry,” PM Modi tells BJP workers in Varanasi.
10:09 (IST)
“The media will no longer have an interest in the Varanasi election as they won’t get any more TRPs. They will also assume Modi has won,” says PM Modi while addressing BJP workers in Varanasi.
10:05:49 (IST)
Home Minister and BJP leader Rajnath Singh tells news agency ANI: NDA will get 3/4th majority in the country.
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Minister of External Affairs of India and BJP leader Sushma Swaraj says: “The people of Varanasi are very lucky as they are choosing the prime minister of India, while people of other constituencies are choosing their MPs.”

 

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External Affairs Minister and BJP leader @SushmaSwaraj: The people of are very lucky as they are choosing the Prime Minister of India, while people of other constituencies are choosing their MPs (ANI)

10:01 (IST)
Electing the government is in hands of citizens, running it is our responsibility, says PM Modi in Varanasi.
“I will not enjoy winning the elections if my workers lose at any of the polling booths. There should only be one ‘mantra’ now: Mera booth, sabse mazboot. (My booth, the strongest)”
PM Modi also asked BJP workers to break all voting records.
10:01 (IST)
Leaders present during NDA meet in Varanasi

Nitish Kumar, Uddhav Thackrey, Ram Vilas Paswan, O Panneerselvam among those present during NDA meet ahead of filing of nomination papers of PM Modi.

Janata Dal United’s Nitish Kumar and Lok Janshakti Party’s Ram Vilas Paswan meet BJP chief Amit Shah during NDA leaders meet in Varanasi

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09:54:20 (IST)

“Entire country wants Modi sarkar again,” says PM Modi.

“Entire country wants ‘Modi sarkar’ again”: PM Modi addresses party workers in

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“Newspapers haven’t made us big”: PM Modi in pic.twitter.com/JXMZkNfvd4

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09:49 (IST)
PM Modi in Varanasi:
I have never denied workers whenever they have asked me for an appointment. I have always been available to people and party workers.
We are just like a “chota sipahi” (small soldiers) for our motherland (India). I come from a humble family to work for the nation.
This election is not about Modi. it’s about these party workers. Every vote is important.
Forget if Modi wins or loses, whatever happens to Modi will be seen by Mother Ganga (referring to River Ganga).
“There are two aspects to this national election: First, winning Varanasi. I think we have already won the temple town, as was already evident yesterday. Second, winning a poll booth. I want the democracy to win”
09:48:55 (IST)

“I have been a grassroot worker myself. Have pasted posters on the wall,” says PM Modi in Varanasi.

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Addressing BJP Karyakartas in Kashi. Watch. https://www.pscp.tv/w/b5J7MTMyMjExNTJ8MURYeHlOUGJYUVdLTZ2VF_lXXm7nY9BupxbfNuVmVZxpdXfExmgZtpEEdf1O 

 

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Addressing BJP Karyakartas in Kashi. Watch.

09:37 (IST)

PM Modi addresses BJP workers in Varanasi

I am extremely grateful for a warm welcome. Yesterday (during the roadshow), I saw a family member in every resident of Varanasi.
I have been travelling across the country since the past one and half months and gauging the elections. Me, Amit Shah, and Yogi Adityanath are just karyakartas (workers), it is the people who are fighting the elections this time.
The political pundits, after the polls, will be analysing how the nation is witnessing a “pro-incumbency” wave for the first time after independence.
09:17:02 (IST)

BJP president Amit Shah attends an NDA leaders’ meet in Varanasi ahead of PM Narendra Modi’s filing of nomination from Varanasi.

07:51 (IST)

Top leaders to accompany PM Modi

Several BJP bigwigs including party president Amit Shah, Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath and top NDA leaders are expected to accompany the Prime Minister as he files his nomination papers from Varanasi. PM Modi is expected to file the same before noon today.
07:49 (IST)
PM Modi reaches Assi Ghat in Varanasi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi begins his day by visiting the Assi Ghat in Varanasi. Ahead of filing his nomination papers, PM Modi will address party workers and then visit the Kal Bhairav temple.

 

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BJP manifesto release : ‘One mission, one direction’ is our mantra: PM Modi

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The ruling party promised pension for small and medium farmers and shopkeepers, days after the Congress vowed to bring about several welfare measures, including a grant of Rs 72,000 to the poorest 20% households in the country, if voted to power.

rime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh during the release of Bharatiya Janata (BJP) party’s manifesto for Lok Sabha elections 2019, in New Delhi, Monday, April 08, 2019.

Releasing the BJP Sankalp Patra, or manifesto, for Lok Sabha elections 2019 on Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the government was moving ahead with ‘one mission and one direction. He said the development had to be flexible to suit the country’s diversity, it had to be multi-layered and multi-directional.

The party manifesto charted 75 milestones India @75 had to achieve, chief focus being on the farm sector, education, health and infrastructure.

Party chief Amit Shah said, “In five years, the government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi has taken 50 major decisions for the betterment of the country. From 2014-19, our government has transformed the country… these have been the golden years”

Nationalism, farmers, youth- Focus of BJP’s 75-point manifesto
BJP released the party manifesto for Lok Sabha elections 2019.

Others present at the function were ministers Sushma Swaraj, Arun Jaitley, Rajnath Singh and other senior leaders.

 

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The ruling party promised pension for small and medium farmers and shopkeepers, days after the Congress vowed to bring about several welfare measures, including a grant of Rs 72,000 to the poorest 20% households in the country, if voted to power.

Members of the BJP’s parliamentary board, its apex body, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and its chief Amit Shah were present at the launch of the manifesto in New Delhi.

Senior BJP leader Arun Jaitley had on Sunday unveiled campaign themes and other materials of the party’s election campaign. The party has chosen the slogan “Phir ek baar Modi sarkar” as its election tagline and its campaign will revolve around the Narendra Modi-led government’s achievements in the past five years.

And the Congress, on its part, has adopted the official campaign tagline of “Ab Hoga NYAY”, centred around its minimum income guarantee scheme and party president Rahul Gandhi.

The BJP crowdsourced its manifesto and held events across the country to get inputs from different sets of voters like farmers, youths, women, businessmen and others.

                           

Union home minister Rajnath Singh-led manifesto committee of the BJP had decided to form 15 sub-panels to reach out to the different group of voters in January this year.

The 20-member Manifesto Committee includes Union ministers Arun Jaitley, Ravi Shankar Prasad, Nirmala Sitharaman, Thaawarchand Gehlot, Piyush Goyal, and Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi. It also has former Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Bihar’s deputy chief minister Sushil Modi, his Uttar Pradesh counterpart, Keshav Prasad Maurya, among its members.

Polling will be held in seven phases across the country from April 11 to May 19. The results will be declared on May 23.

 

 

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elections 2019: PM Modi to address 125 rallies in BJP election campaign

                                    

Between September 2013, when the BJP declared Modi its prime ministerial candidate, and the end of the campaign for the 2014 election in May that year, he addressed at least 425 rallies across the country.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and party president Amit Shah, the two biggest names in the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), will address around 125 and 150 rallies between the last week of March and mid-May when campaigning for the summer’s parliamentary elections end.

The campaign schedules of the two leaders are being finalised, two BJP leaders said on condition of anonymity. The BJP  launched its campaign for the national election with the Vijay Sankalp Sabha at around 200 locations on Sunday, although the Prime Minister was not part of this. More such meetings will happen at around 250 locations on March 26.

“Modi will launch his campaign with a rally in Meerut on March 28,” one of the two leaders said. “He will address another rally in Jammu the same day.” He will be in Odisha on March 29 and April 1. He will also hold two rallies each in Assam and West Bengal on March 30 and April 3. Modi has a public meeting at Itanagar on March 31, and will hold a video interaction on the same day with those who extended support to his Main Bhi Chowkidar (I, too, am a watchman) campaign.

“We are drawing the plan in such a way that it takes Modi to each of the states in every round of election,” the second leader said. Polling for the parliamentary elections will take place in seven phases between April 11 and May 19.

Modi is BJP’s most popular campaigner, and the party won the 2014 parliamentary election following a campaign centred on him. Between September 2013, when the BJP declared Modi its prime ministerial candidate, and the end of the campaign for the 2014 election in May that year, he addressed at least 425 rallies across the country.

In a pre-election blitz, Modi has addressed around 100 rallies in 90 days.

The party has divided the entire country into different clusters, with each of them comprising three-four parliamentary seats, the two leaders said. PM Modi will address a rally in each of these clusters.

Uttar Pradesh may have 20-odd clusters, and Modi will address at least that many public meetings in the country’s most populous state. Bihar and West Bengal will see Modi addressing at least 10 rallies during the campaign. These three states will vote in each of the seven phases, which means the Prime Minister will make multiple visits to them.

“The focus of our campaign this time is on Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and West Bengal for obvious reasons,” the second leader added. Uttar Pradesh sends the most representatives to Parliament (80); West Bengal, the third most (42); and Bihar, the fourth (40). Maharashtra sends the second highest number of representatives to Parliament (48).

Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal and Bihar account for 162 Lok Sabha seats and the BJP-led NDA won 106 of them in the previous election. While the BJP faces a strong challenge in Uttar Pradesh following the formation of an alliance between the Bahujan Samaj Party, Samajwadi Party and the Rashtriya Lok Dal, it is up against an alliance of five parties in Bihar, which is led by the Rashtriya Janata Dal.

“We won 104 out of 120 seats in these two states (Uttar Pradesh and Bihar) in the previous election. The Modi campaign is to ensure that we repeat a similar performance in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar,” the first leader said.

The BJP could win just two seats in West Bengal and only one in Odisha in 2014. It has high hopes of making big inroads in these two states this time.

 

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‘Inspired by PM Modi’s Vision, Gautam Gambhir joins BJP

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Former cricketer Gautam Gambhir joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Friday, 22 March.

He joined the party in the presence of Union ministers Arun Jaitley and Ravi Shankar Prasad.

“I am inspired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision for India. Will work to make India even better,” said Gambhir, joining the party. He added that he is “honoured” to get the opportunity to join the platform.

Jaitley, taking a jibe at the Congress party, said that Gambhir has been “aggressive” against Pakistan on field since his cricketing days and that he will not change his stance.

“Match is always won on the front foot and not the back foot,” Jaitley said.

Gambhir met BJP President Amit Shah, after joining the party.

Gambhir played a key role in India’s triumph in the 2011 World Cup and the 2007 T-20 World Cup. He was also recently given the Padma Shri award.

BJP sources told PTI that Gambhir may be fielded from the New Delhi constituency, currently represented by the party’s Meenakshi Lekhi.

A final decision is yet to be taken though, they added.

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If I Join Politics, Don’t Vote for Gautam the Cricketer: Gambhir

In an interview to The Quint, earlier in January, Gambhir said if he ever were to make a foray into politics, people should vote for him not because he was a cricketer, but only if they believe he can deliver.

“Honestly, I haven’t even thought about it. Plus, if ever there is a situation in life that I get into that space, don’t vote for Gautam Gambhir the cricketer, don’t vote for Gautam Gambhir the human either. Vote for Gautam Gambhir if you believe in him. If you believe he can change your life for the better and can make this country a better place to live. Vote for that Gambhir. Because if you don’t believe those things, don’t vote for him because I would never get into this space thinking I’m a power-hungry boy.”

                                                           

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BJP Lok Sabha 1st full list: BJP announces names of 184 candidates, PM Modi to fight from Varanasi again

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As the nation celebrated the festival of Holi, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) released its candidate list for the Lok Sabha elections.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be contesting elections from Varanasi. He is the incumbent MP there. BJP president Amit Shah will be contesting from Gandhinagar in Gujarat.

Here is the full list:

Narendra Modi (Varanasi, UP)

Amit Shah(Gandhinagar, Gujarat)

Raghav Lakhanpal (Saharanpur, UP)

Sanjeev Kumar Balyan (Muzaffarnagar, UP)

Kunwar Bharatendra Singh (Bijnor, UP)

Kunwar Sarvesh Kumar (Moradabad, UP)

Parmeshwar Lal Saini (Sambhal, UP)

Kanwar Singh Tanwar (Amroha, UP)

Rajendra Agrawal (Meerut, UP)

Satya Pal Singh (Baghpat, UP)

Vijay Kumar Singh (Ghaziabad, UP)

Mahesh Sharma (Gautam Budh Nagar, UP)

Satish Kumar Gautam (Aligarh, UP)

Hema Malini (Mathura, UP)

S P Singh Baghel (Agra, UP)

Raj Kumar Chaher (Fatehpur Sikri, UP)

Rajveer Singh (Etah, UP)

Sangh Mitra Maurya (Badaun, UP)

Dharmendra Kumar (Aonla, UP)

Santosh Kumar Gangwar (Bareilly, UP)

Arun Sagar (Shahajahanpur (SC), UP)

Ajay Kumar Mishra (Kheri, UP)

Rajesh Verma (Sitapur, UP)

Jai Prakash Rawat (Hardoi (SC), UP)

Ashok Rawat (Misrikh (SC), UP)

Sakshi Maharaj (Unnao, UP)

Kaushal Kishore (Mohanlalganj (SC), UP)

Rajnath Singh (Lucknow, UP)

Smriti Irani (Amethi, UP)

Heena Gavit (Nandurbar (ST), Maharashtra)

Subhash Bhamre (Dhule, Maharashtra)

Raksha Khadse (Raver, Maharashtra)

Sanjay Dhotre (Akola, Maharashtra)

Ramdas Tadas (Wardha, Maharashtra)

Nitin Gadkari (Nagpur, Maharashtra)

Ashok Nete (Gadchiroli-Chimur (ST), Maharashtra)

Hansraj Ahir (Chandrapur, Maharashtra)

Raosaheb Danve (Jalna, Maharashtra)

Kapil Patil (Bhiwandi, Maharashtra)

Gopal Shetty (Mumbai North)

Poonam Mahajan (Mumbai North Central)

Sujay Vikhe (Ahmednagar, Maharashtra)

Pritam Munde (Beed, Maharashtra)

Sudhakar Shrungare (Latur (SC), Maharashtra)

Sanjay Kaka Patil (Sangli, Maharashtra)

Vishal Jolly (Andaman and Nicobar islands)

Kripanath Malla (Karimganj (SC), Assam)

Rajdeep Roy Bengali (Silchar, Assam)

Harensingh Bey (Autonomous District (ST), Assam)

Queen Ojha (Gauhati)

Dilip Saikia (Mangaldoi, Assam)

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Tapan Gogoi (Jorhat, Assam)

Rameswar Teli (Dibrugarh)

Pradan Baruah (Lakhimpur, Assam)

Tapir Gao (Arunachal West, Assam)

Kiren Rijiju (Arunachal East, Arunachal Pradesh)

Renuka Singh (Surguja (ST), Chhattisgarh)

Gomtee Sai (Raigarh(ST) , Chhattisgarh)

Guharam Ajgale (Janjgir-Champa (SC), Chattisgarh)

Baiduram Kashyap (Bastar (ST), Chhattisgarh)

Mohan Mandavi (Kanker (ST), Chhattisgarh)

Natubhai Patel (Dadra Nagar Haveli (ST) )

MM War (Baramulla, Jammu & Kashmir)

Khalid Jahangir (Srinagar, Jammu & Kashmir)

Sofi Youssaf (Anantnag, Jammu & Kashmir)

Jitendra Singh (Udhampur, Jammu & Kashmir)

Jugal Kishore (Jammu, Jammu & Kashmir)

Suresh Angadi (Belgaum, Karnataka)

Parvatagouda Gaddigoudar (Bagalkot, Karnataka)

Ramesh Jigajinagi (Bijapur (SC), Karnataka)

Umesh Jadhav (Gulbarga(SC), Karnataka)

Bhawgwant Khuba (Bidar, Karnataka)

Devendrappa (Bellary, Karnataka)

Shivkumar Udasi (Haveri, Karnataka)

Prahlad Joshi (Dharwad, Karnataka)

Anantkumar Hegde (Uttara Kannada)

Gowdar Siddeshwara (Devanagere, Karnataka)

BY Raghavendra (Shimoga, Karnataka)

Shobha Karandlaje (Udupi-Chikamangalur, Karnataka)

A Manju (Hassan, Karnataka)

Nalin Kumar Kateel (Dakshina Kannada, Karnataka)

A Narayana Swamy (Chitradurga (SC), Karnataka)

GS Basavaraju (Tumkur, Karnataka)

Prathap Simha (Mysore, Karnataka)

Srinivasa Prasada (Chamraja Nagar)

Sadananda Gowda (Bangalore North)

PC Mohan (Bangalore Central)

BN Bachchegowda (Chikkballapur)

Raveesh Kuntar (Kasaragod, Kerala)

CK Padmanabhan (Kannur, Kerala)

VK Sajeevan (Vadakara, Kerala)

KP Prakash Babu (Kozhikode, Kerala)

Unnikrishnan Master (Malappuram, Kerala)

VT Rema (Ponnani, Kerala)

C Krishnakumar (Palakkad, Kerala)

AN Radhakrishnan (Chalakudy, Kerala)

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Alphonese Kannanthana (Ernakulam, Kerala)

KS Radhakrishnan (Alappuzha, Kerala)

KV Sabu (Kollam, Kerala)

Sobha Surendran (Attingal, Kerala)

Summanam Rajasekharan (Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala)

Abdul Khader (Lakshadweep (ST))

KK Ranjan Singh (Inner Manipur, Manipur)

H Shokhopao Mate (Outer Manipur (ST), Manipur)

Nirupam Chakma (Mizoram (ST))

Jual Oram (Sundargarh (ST), Odisha)

Ananta Naik (Keonjhar (ST), Odisha)

Pratap Sarangi (Balasore, Odisha)

Rudra Narayan Pani (Dhenkanal, Odisha)

Sangeeta Kumari Singh Deo (Bolangir, Odisha)

Balabhadra Majhi (Nabarangpur (ST), Odisha)

Baijayant Panda (Kendrapara, Odisha)

Aparajita Sarangi (Bhubaneswar, Odisha)

Anita Priyadarshni (Aska, Odisha)

Brughu Baxipatra (Berhampur, Odisha)

Nihal Chand Chauhan (Ganganagar (SC), Rajasthan)

Arjun Meghwal (Bikaner (SC), Rajasthan)

Narendra Khinchal (Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan)

Sumedhanand Saraswati (Sikar, Rajasthan)

Col. Rajyavardhansingh Rathore (Jaipur Rural, Rajasthan)

Ramcharan Bohra (Jaipur, Rajasthan)

Sukhbir Jaunapuria (Tonk-Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan)

Bhagirath Chaudhary (Ajmer, Rajasthan)

PP Chaudhary (Pali, Rajasthan)

Kanna Lakshminarayana (Narasaraopet, Andhra Pradesh)

D Purandeshwari (Visakhapatnam , Andhra Pradesh)

Dudh Kumar Mondal (Birbhum, West Bengal)

Babul Supriyo (Asansol, West Bengal)

Paresh Chandra Das (Bardhaman Purba (SC), West Bengal)

Soumitra Kha (Bishnupur(SC), West Bengal)

Dilip Ghosh(Medinipur, West Bengal)

Dr Kunar Hembram (Jhargram (ST), West Bengal)

Smt. Bharati Ghosh(Ghatal, West Bengal)

Siddharth Naskar (Tamluk, West Bengal)

Tapan Roy ( Arambagh (SC), West Bengal)

Smt. Locket chaterjee ( Hooghly, West Bengal)

Debajit Sarkar (Serampore, West Bengal)

Rahul Sinha ( Kolkata Uttar, West Bengal)

Chandra Kumar Bose (Kolkata Dakshin, West Bengal)

Prof. Anupam Hazra (Jadavpur,West Bengal)

Shyamaprasad Halder (Mathurapur(SC), West Bengal)

Dr Ashok Kandari (Jaynagar(SC), West Bengal)

Sayantan Basu (Basirhat, West Bengal)

Dr Mrinal Kanthi Debnath (Barasat, West Bengal)

Samik Bhattacharya (Dum Dum, West Bengal)

Arjun Singh (Barrackpur, West Bengal)

Kalyan Chowbey (Krishnanagar, West Bengal)

Smt. Sreerupa Mitra Choudhury (Maldaha Dakshin, West Bengal)

Khagen Murmu (Maldaha Uttar, West Bengal)

Dr Sukanta Majumdar (Balurghat,West Bengal)

Smt. Deboshree Chaudhary (Raiganj,West Bengal)

Dr Jayanta Ray (Jalpaiguri (SC), West Bengal)

John Barla (Alipurduars(ST), West Bengal)

Nisith Pramanik (Coochbehar, West Bengal)

Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal (Nishank) (Hardwar, Uttarakhand)

Ajay Bhatt (Nainital-Udhamsingh Nagar, Uttarakhand)

Ajay Tamta (Almora(SC), Uttarakhand)

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Pratima Bhaumik (Tripura East(ST), Tripura)

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Jatothu Hussain Naik (Mahabubabad, Telangana)

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C P Radhakrishnan (Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu)

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Dushyant Singh (Jhalawar-Baran,Rajasthan)

Om Birla (Kota,Rajasthan)

Subhash Chandra Baheria (Bhilwara, Rajasthan)

C. P. Joshi (Chittorgarh, Rajasthan)

Arjunlal Meena (Udaipur, Rajasthan)

Devji Mansingram Patel (Jalore, Rajasthan)

Gajendra Singh Shekhawat (Jodhpur, Rajasthan)

The general election will be held in seven phases from April 11 to May 19, 2019. The counting of the votes has been scheduled for May 23 and results will likely be declared on the same day i.e., May 23.

The poll panel of the election commission had also announced the Assembly elections dates for Arunachal Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Sikkim, and Odisha. The Assembly polls in these four states will be held along with the general election 2019.

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No ‘220 club’ in BJP hoping to replace PM Modi: Nitin Gadkari

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The minister expressed confidence that the development work done by the government would enthuse people to support the BJP and grant them a second term

 

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Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said there is no ‘220 club’ in the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) hoping for a reduced tally, which could see the emergence of an alternative to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Speaking to The Times of India, Gadkari rejected any discussion of a possible alternative candidate and asserted that the party will return to power with a full majority under PM Modi’s stewardship.

Gadkari’s name has often been the subject of speculation as an ‘acceptable’ candidate if the saffron party falls significantly short of majority.

The Union minister for Road Transport & Highways told the newspaper: “I don’t do such calculations or have any such expectations, I am a worker of the party. I am sure that the work done under PM Modi will result in a full majority. No such situation is going to happen.”

Gadkari expressed confidence that the development work done by the government would enthuse people to support the BJP and give them a second term.

Most opinion polls between November 2018 and February had shown the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) failing to secure a majority on its own. However, recent opinion surveys, conducted after the Pulwama terror attack and Indian Air Force (IAF)’s air strike at Balakot, show the NDA crossing the half-way mark on its own steam.

 

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For months now, reports have suggested that Gadkari — who is considered close to the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) — could be a consensus candidate within the BJP, if the party is required to seek external support to form the government. Speaking to the newspaper, Gadkari rejected the speculation.

Recently, the Member of Parliament (MP) from Nagpur, played an important behind-the-scene role in ensuring the BJP retained power in Goa after the death of then Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar.

 

In 2017 too, after the BJP failed to attain majority in the state Assembly polls, Gadkari had flown down to help the BJP cobble up an alliance with smaller parties in the coastal state, after which a government was formed under Parrikar’s leadership.

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EC announces election dates : Election to be held in 7 phases, results to be declared on May 23

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Lok Sabha Election Dates, Schedule 2019: The Model Code of Conduct (MCC) comes into effect from today itself in the entire country. Any violation will be dealt with in the strictest manner, says Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora.

The current term of the present Lok Sabha will end on June 3.

Lok Sabha election 2019: The Election Commission of India (ECI) has announced final dates for the Lok Sabha elections 2019 during a press conference at 5PM on Sunday. The General Elections 2019 will be conducted in seven phases in April-May, beginning from April 11. The elections will be held for 543 seats on nearly 10 lakh polling booths across the country, while the counting of votes will take place on May 23. With the announcement of election dates, the Model Code of Conduct has come into effect from today, says Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora.  At the press conference, CEC Sunil Arora said that nearly 90 crore people are registered as voters, of which 1.5 crore voters in the age of 18 and 19. The current Lok Sabha’s tenure ends on June 3.

Here is the timeline of all updates on the Lok Sabha elections 2019 on BusinessToday.In blog.

8:00pm: Samajwadi Party chief and former CM of Uttar Pradesh Akhilesh Yadav demands change in election dates for the Lok Sabha elections.

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जो लोग इस बात को नहीं मानते हैं उन्हें इतिहास भी नहीं याद रखता।

लोकतंत्रिता का जश्न मनाने के लिए हमें उम्मीद और एकता के लिये मतदान करना है। हम संकल्प लेते हैं कि हम गरीबों और किसानों के लिए काम करेंगे और साथ ही नौजवानों व महिलाओं को सशक्त बनाएँगे।

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7:30pm: Patidar leader Hardik Patel today announced that he will join the Congress on March 12 in presence of party chief Rahul Gandhi during the Congress Working Committee (CWC) meet in Ahmedabad and will contest from Jamnagar.

Hardik Patel@HardikPatel_

To give shape to my intentions to serve society & country, I have decided to join Indian National Congress on 12th March in presence of Shri Rahul Gandhi & other senior leaders.

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“I would also like to state that if there is no legal hindrance and party decides to field me in electoral politics, I would abide by the party’s decision. I am taking this step to serve 125 core citizens of India,” he tweeted.

7:20pm: Following the announcement of the Lok Sabha election schedule, BJP President Amit Shah said that Modi government has dared to take bold and futuristic decisions for the welfare of 130 crore Indians.

Amit Shah@AmitShah

PM @narendramodi’s government has dared to take bold and futuristic decisions for the welfare of 130 crore Indians. It has struck at the root of corruption and celebrated honesty.#PhirEkBaarModiSarkar will ensure India’s giant leap, where everyone will be happy and prosperous.

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7:10pm: Kashmir leaders slammed Centre for not announcing state elections in J&K in parallel with Lok Sabha elections. CEC Sunil Arora in a press briefing said that no assembly polls will be held in J&K considering the recent incidents, security of candidates.

Mehbooba Mufti@MehboobaMufti

Decision to hold only Parliamentary elections in J&K confirms sinister designs of GoI. Not letting people elect a government is antithetical to the very idea of democracy. Also a tactic of buying time to disempower people by pushing an agenda that suits their ulterior motives.

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The Commission has decided to announce only Parliamentary elections in J&K. Anantnag Lok Sabha seat in J&K to go for polling in three phases due to security reasons, says EC.

Former Chief Minister of the State of Jammu and Kashmir Omar Abdullah also criticised PM Modi for not handling national security properly.

Omar Abdullah@OmarAbdullah

Balakote & Uri are not symbols of PM Modi’s handling of national security, J&K is and look at the mess he has made there. The abject surrender to anti-India forces is a crying shame.

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7:00pm: Rahul Gandhi-led Congress party has welcomed the announcement of the Lok Sabha election schedule and said the victory will be of the truth.

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6:50pm: After the Election Commission announced the final dates for the Lok Sabha elections 2019 during a press conference at 5PM on Sunday, AAP head and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that time has come to throw out the most dictatorial and anti-federal govt in the history of India. The elections to seven Lok Sabha seats in Delhi will be held on May 12.

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Ultimately back to We the people -the real power of our democracy. Time to throw out the most dictatorial and anti-federal govt in the history of India. Time to seek answers on demonetisation, jobs, destruction of traders n destroying brotherhood amongst different communities

                                            

6:44pm: Phase 7 of Lok Sabha elections: Important dates

Polls will be held on May 19 in a total of 59 constituencies spread across 8 states. Bihar, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, West Bengal, Chandigarh (UT), Uttar Pradesh and Himachal Pradesh.

6:42pm: Phase 6 of Lok Sabha elections: Important dates

Polls will be held on May 12 in a total of 59 constituencies spread across 7 states. Delhi-NCR, Bihar, Haryana, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, and West Bengal.

6:40pm: Phase 5 of Lok Sabha elections: Important dates

Polls will be held on May 6 in a total of 51 constituencies spread across 7 states. Bihar, Jammu and Kashmir, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal.

6:37pm: Phase 4 of Lok Sabha elections: Important dates

Polls will be held on April 29 in a total of 71 constituencies spread across 9 states. Bihar, Jammu and Kashmir, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Odisha, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal.

6:35pm: Phase 3 of Lok Sabha elections: Important dates

Polls will be held on April 23 in a total of 115 constituencies spread across 14 states. Assam, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Goa, Jammu and Kashmir, Karnataka, Kerala, Maharashtra, Odisha, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Dadra and Nagar Haveli, and Daman and Diu.

6:30pm: Notable deviations from 2014 in EC schedule:

Odisha: 4 phases instead of 2

WB: 7 phases instead of 5

Delhi, Haryana, Punjab: pushed to later phases in May

J&K: No assembly elections

6:25pm: CEC Sunil Arora on J&K Assembly polls: No assembly polls will be held in J&K considering the recent incidents, security of candidates. The Commission has decided to announce only parliamentary elections in J&K. Anantnag Lok Sabha seat in J&K to go for polling in three phases due to security reasons, says EC.

6:24pm:Phase II of Lok Sabha elections: Important dates

Issue of gazette notification : 19th March

Last day of nomination: 26th March

Date for scrutiny of nomination: 27th March

Last date of withdrawal: 29th March

Date of Poll: 18th April

Counting of votes: 23rd May

6:22pmPhase 1 of Lok Sabha elections: Important dates

Issue of gazette notification : 18th March

Last day of nomination: 25th March

Date for scrutiny of nomination: 26th March

Last date of withdrawal: 28th March

Date of Poll: 11th April

Counting of votes: May 23

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6:10pm: Taking to Twitter, PM Modi said, “Guided by ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas’, NDA seeks your blessings again. We spent the last five years fulfilling basic necessities that were left unfulfilled for 70 long years. Now, time has come to build on that and create a strong, prosperous & secure India. #PhirEkBaarModiSarkar.”

6:00pm: Prime Minister Narendra Modi wished election officials and security personnel ahead of Lok Sabha elections which will begin next month.”The festival of democracy, Elections are here. I urge my fellow Indians to enrich the 2019 Lok Sabha elections with their active participation. I hope this election witnesses a historic turnout. I particularly call upon first time voters to vote in record numbers,” PM tweeted after EC announced election dates.

Narendra Modi@narendramodi

Best wishes to the Election Commission, all those officials and security personnel who will be on the field, across the length and breadth of India assuring smooth elections. India is very proud of the EC for assiduously organising elections for several years.

5:55pm: Jammu & Kashmir to have five phase Lok Sabha elections. However, the state will have no assembly election, which is presently under the President’s Rule.

5:52pm: Former Chief Minister of the State of Jammu and Kashmir Omar Abdullah first reaction on EC announcement.

Omar Abdullah@OmarAbdullah

What happened to @rajnathsingh’s assurance to Lok Sabha & Rajya Sabha as well as to the all party meeting recently in Delhi that all forces would be made available for simultaneous polls?

“In light of the failure to conduct assembly elections on time in J&K I’m retweeting my tweets from a few days ago. PM Modi has surrendered to Pakistan, to the militants & to the hurriyat. Well done Modi Sahib. 56 inch chest failed,” he tweeted.

5:50pm: CEC Sunil Arora on J&K Assembly polls: The commission has been looking at security preparedness including recent developments; had several rounds of meetings with all stakeholders. Based on all inputs and recommendations, constraint of security forces and logistics, keeping recent incidents in the state, we have decided only Lok Sabha polls in the state. Assembly polls in the state soon. 3 observers appointed.

5:47pm: 2 phases elections will be held in Karnataka, Manipur, Rajasthan, Tripura

3 phases: Assam, Chhattisgarh

4 phases: Jharkhand, MP, Maharashtra, Odisha

5 phases: Jammu and Kashmir

7 phases: Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Bengal

5:45pm: Lok Sabha elections in Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Goa, Gujarat, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Kerala, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Punjab, Sikkim, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Uttarakhand, Andaman, Dadra and Nagar Haveli, and Daman & Diu will be held in a single phase.

5:40pm: Phase1 Poll in 91 constituencies across 20 states, Phase 2 Poll in 97 constituencies in 13 states, Phase 3 Poll in 115 constituencies in 14 states, Phase 4 Poll in 71 constituencies in 9 states, Phase 5 Poll in 51 constituencies in 7 states, Phase 6 Poll in 59 constituencies in 7 states, Phase 7 Poll in 59 constituencies in 8 states.

5:38pm: 10 lakhs polling stations to be set up for Lok Sabha polls against nine lakhs in 2014, says Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora.

5:37pm: Counting of votes of Lok Sabha polls to be on May 23: EC.

5:35pm: Fourth phase polling to be held on 29th April, fifth phase polling on 6th May, sixth phase polling on 12th May, seventh phase on 12th May.

5:32pm: Second phase of Lok Sabha polls to be held on 18th April and third phase on 23rd April.

5:30pm: First phase of Lok Sabha polls to be held on April 11.

5:28pm: Android app to help voters record poll violations and send it to EC: CEC Arora.

5:26pm Special observers will be sent to states where we expect security to be an issue, says Chief Election Commission

5:25pm: Candidates cannot use loudspeakers between 10 pm to 6 am: CEC

5:24pm: Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora: The Model Code of Conduct (MCC) comes into effect from today itself in the entire country. Any violation will be dealt with in the strictest manner.

5:22pm: There will be approximately 10 lakh polling stations in this Lok Sabha Elections as compared to 9 lakh polling stations in 2014.

5:20pm: CEC Sunil Arora said that as of 2019, 900 million people are registered as voters, of which 15 million voters are in the 18-19 age group.

5:18pm: Election Commission has been working for the elections for the past many months. MHA was roped in on 22,23rd January to assess security

5:16pm: VVPATS will be used at all polling stations. Photographs of candidates will also be there next to the symbol. In wake of complaints regarding security of EVMs, now last mile transportation of these machines will be tracked through GPS.

5:15pm: Examination schedule has been kept in mind to avoid inconvenience to students: CEC Sunil Arora

5:14pm: 84.3 million new voters since 2014, 15 million voters in the age of 18 and 19, says CEC Sunil Arora

5:12pm: “India, by conducting elections, emerged as a beacon of light for the world,” he said.

5:10pm: We interacted with political parties to discuss elections, says Sunil Arora

5:08pm: Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora addresses the press conference. He is accompanied by Election commissioners Sushil Chandra and Ashok Lavasa.

5:05pm:

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5:00pm: Election Commission will announce the Lok Sabha election dates in a press conference shortly. The poll panel of the EC is currently holding a meeting at Vigyan Bhavan.

4:55pm: Ahead of the announcement of final dates for the Lok Sabha elections 2019, Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Sunday signalled that Biju Janata Deal (BJD) will reserve 33% seats for women in upcoming general elections. If the party implements it in the coming general elections, the BJD will become the first political party to take such a move. The Naveen Patnaik-government had already passed the resolution seeking implementation of 33 per cent reservation for women in Parliament and state assemblies in November 2018.

4.20pm: Really happy about Election Commission’s advisory to political parties: Punjab Chief Minister Capt. Amarinder Singh

Capt.Amarinder Singh@capt_amarinder

Really happy about #ElectionCommission advisory to political parties to refrain from using defence personnel pics in election propaganda. Let’s follow it up with an end to politicisation of the armed forces, which I find to be equally wrong.

4.00pm: “When I left from Delhi to Mumbai, I did not know that election commission will be taking press conference at 5pm. This will be my last Sabha before the code of conduct. After URI attack, surgical strike and after Pulwama attack, airstrike, I greet Modi Ji. I was asked what about third surgical strike, I said third surgical strike will be done by people of our country by voting in favour of Modi Ji,” says Sushma Swaraj

3.30pm: Actor-turned-politician KamalHaasan thanks the Election Commission of India for allotting his party  Makkal Needhi Maiam the battery torch symbol.

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Actor-turned-politician #KamalHaasan on Sunday thanked the #ElectionCommission of India for allotting his party #MakkalNeedhiMaiam (MNM) the battery torch symbol, calling it appropriate and in keeping with the party’s vision. https://www.dtnext.in/News/TamilNadu/2019/03/10145637/1109915/TorchBearer-Kamal-Haasans-MNM-gets-battery-torch-as-.vpf … #LokSabhaElections2019

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3.05pm: During the last five years, the Bharatiya Janata Party’s performance in the Lok Sabha bypolls has failed to impress or make a positive impact. In a total of 27 Lok Sabha bypolls since the 2014 Lok Sabha polls, BJP has managed to win only five seats. While BJP’s tally stands at 268 seats, Congress’s has managed to capture 45 seats. However, out of 542 parliamentary constituencies, 22 are still vacant.

2.40pm: The election to fill 5 vacancies in the Telangana Legislative Council will be held on Monday, reports PTI.

2.19pm: After the implementation of the Code of Conduct post the Election date announcement today, the country will be spared of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s hollow announcements, says BSP supremo Mayawati.

Mayawati@Mayawati

बहुप्रतीक्षित लोकसभा चुनाव कार्यक्रम की आज शाम घोषणा होते ही आचार संहिता के लागू हो जाने से पीएम श्री मोदी की खोखली व हवाहवाई घोषणाओं व शाही खर्चों वाले इनके सरकारी शिलान्यास आदि प्रोग्रामों से देश को मुक्ति तो मिल जायेगी लेकिन जनता इनके अन्य हथकंडों से भी सावधान रहे।

2.10pm: Former UP CM Akhilesh Yadav says UP DGP should be removed from his post before election.

Akhilesh Yadav, SP chief: We demand that the UP DGP be removed from his post before election. Police personnel themselves are getting involved in theft cases. If it’s happening, then DGP is responsible too. If Mayawati ji has said that the DGP be removed, what she said is correct

1.50pm: The Election Commission Saturday asked political parties to “desist from displaying photographs of defence personnel” against the backdrop of a picture showing a hoarding with images of Indian Air Force Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman as well as leaders of a party.

1.40pm: The impasse between the CPI(M) and the Congress over the seat-sharing deal in Bengal seems to have resolved after intervention of Rahul Gandhi and Sitaram Yechury. According to PTI, after the CPI(M) announced candidates for Raiganj and Murshidabad Lok Sabha seats, the state unit of the Gandhi-led party urged the AICC to look into the matter.

1.10pm: Will the EC announce dates for Assembly polls in J&K? While there is a view that the J-K assembly elections can beheld along with the Lok Sabha polls, a lot depends on the complex security situation in the state given the heightened tension along the India-Pakistan border. The Centre and the state administration, being managed by the Centre-appointed Governor, are against holding the two elections together, reported PTI. However, all political parties in the state favoured simultaneous polls during a meeting with the Election Commission earlier this week. The J-K assembly’s six-year term was to end on March 16, 2021, but it got dissolved after a ruling coalition between the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) fell apart.

12.52pm: PM Narendra Modi addresses the CISF personnel at the 50th Raising Day ceremony of Central Industrial Security Forces (CISF), at Ghaziabad. Prime Minister Modi inaugurated projects worth several crores in Greater Noida on Saturday.

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12.51pm: AAP leader Sanjay Singh asks: “Does the Election Commission of India work from the BJP headquarters?”

Sanjay Singh AAP@SanjayAzadSln

क्या चुनाव आयोग भाजपा कार्यालय से संचालित होता है?2014 में 5 मार्च को चुनाव की घोषणा हुई,5 दिनो में मोदी जी ने कई रैली, सभा कर लिया, आज ग़ाज़ीयाबाद का भाषण के बाद चुनाव की घोषणा,आचार सहिता के बाद पोस्टर तो उतारने ही पड़ेंगे अब आप कह रहे हैं भाजपा सेना के शौर्य का इस्तेमाल न करें

12.43pm: Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik announces 33 per cent quota for women in the Lok Sabha seats for Biju Janata Dal (BJD).

Naveen Patnaik@Naveen_Odisha

#LIVE from the #MissionShakti convention in Kendrapara district. https://www.pscp.tv/w/b1SdPjFlUkV4RFlnemdBRXd8MU95S0F5RURrWE1LYk6vnC12h24VgKQg0gB3-B5-qxDTxsn7z-B4s5XUy1TV …

Naveen Patnaik @Naveen_Odisha

#LIVE from the #MissionShakti convention in Kendrapara district.

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12.41pm: Sitanshu Kar, Principal Spokesperson and Director General of Press Information Bureau, invites media for press meet on the Lok Sabha elections 2019.

Sitanshu Kar@DG_PIB

Kind Attn Media : #ElectionCommission Press Conference at 5pm today ie 10th March 2019 at Vigyan Bhavan, Plenary hall. Entry would be on the basis of PIB card especially for the camera teams with their equipment. Entry to begin by 3.30pm for camera teams to start setting up

12.40pm: “I have announced 33 per cent reservation for women in the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections,” says Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik.

ANI@ANI

  • Mar 10, 2019

Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik in an election rally in Kendrapara announces 33% quota for women in allocation of Lok Sabha seats for the BJD party. (file pic)

ANI@ANI

Odisha CM and BJD President Naveen Patnaik: I am delighted to be in Kendrapara today. Here, I have announced 33 per cent reservation for women in the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections. pic.twitter.com/rmBnnEmm6L

12.35pm: The Jammu and Kashmir Assembly was dissolved last year. The EC is bound to hold fresh polls in the militancy-hit state in at least six month, which will end in May. The EC may announce Assembly polls date for Jammu and Kashmir too.

India Today@IndiaToday

The #ElectionCommission of India is likely to announce the Lok Sabha elections 2019 schedule dates today. India Today’s @PoulomiMSaha tells you more about it.#ITVideo
More videos: http://bit.ly/it_videos

12.26pm: There is a strong possibility that the EC may go by the precedent and hold assembly elections in Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh along with the Lok Sabha polls. Notification for the first phase could be issued by the end of March for voting some time in early April, reports PTI.

12.23pm: Among other things, the Model Code of Conduct bars the government from announcing policy decisions.

12.07pm: Former CEC Dr SY Quraishi on the Lok Sabha Elections 2019: The past three elections (2004, 2009 & 2014) were held from April 20 to May 10 (in four phases), April 16 to May 13 (5 phases) and April 7 to May 12 (9 phases), respectively.

Dr. S.Y. Quraishi@DrSYQuraishi

There is much speculation about election dates.
Last three elections (2004, 2009 & 2014) were held from 20 Apr to 10 May (4 phases), 16 April to 13 May (5 phases) and 7 April to 12 May (9 phases), respectively.

                                            

The window available this time is still similar. But not much.

11.51am: It is not a political candidate, constituency, election issue or some big-ticket political funding, the Lok Sabha elections 2019 may see a ‘swing factor’ in women empowerment.

11.50am: Political parties have resorted to big poll campaigning on social media with the Lok Sabha elections 2019 just a few months away. Pro-BJP groups spent over Rs 2.15 crore out of the total Rs 4.13 expenditure all parties incurred on political advertisement on Facebook in February, as per the social media site’s Ad Archive Report.

11.48am: The present term of the present Lok Sabha will end on June 3. Polling will be held for 543 Parliamentary constituencies.

PIB India@PIB_India

#ElectionCommissionOfIndia to address media at 5pm today at Vigyan Bhavan, plenary hall. Media entry on the basis of #PIB card especially for the camera teams with their equipment.

Entry to begin by 3:30pm for camera teams to start setting up

11.00am: The Election Commission of India to hold a press conference at 5pm today.

Election Commission of India to hold a press conference at 5pm today.

10.39am: The Model Code of Conduct will come into force once the polling dates will be announced by the Election Commission at 5PM today.

                                               

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