Lok Sabha election
The throwing a ticket strategy for the seventeenth Lok Sabha Elections have begun today and Google is asking people to cast a poll through its doodle. The Google doodle incorporates an inked finger, which when tapped on, guides the individual to a site page that shows people on the most capable technique to cast a vote and about the throwing a voting strategy at a looking over the corner for the 2019 Lok Sabha choices. Close by this, the site page gives other fundamental information that can be helpful forRead More
Indians are going to begin casting a ballot on the planet’s biggest law based exercise. The nation’s 900m enrolled voters will cast a ballot in national decisions between April 11 and May 19 crosswise over 1m surveying stations in 543 electorates. India has a Westminster-style parliamentary popular government with voters choosing their agents to India’s lower place of parliament, the Lok Sabha. Casting a ballot has been stumbled more than seven stages to guarantee that the appointive procedure is given the fundamental security. The outcomes will be proclaimed on MayRead More
The BSP has issued the first list of 11 candidates for the Lok Sabha elections in 2019. Satyir Nagar from Gautam Buddhanagar will contest the elections on the BSP ticket. Haji Fazlalrahman will be the candidate from Saharanpur. Muju Nagar from Bijnor, Girish Chand from Nagina, Kunwar Danish Ali from Amroha, Haji Mohammad Yakub from Meerut, Yogesh Verma from Bulandshahr, Ajit Bialian from Aligarh, Manoj Kumar Soni from Agra, Rajveer Singh from Fatehpur Sikri, tickets to Ambedkar as well as Amla has given.
Ram Madhav says BJP is not against the assembly election in J&K Ram Madhav the General Secretary of Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) has denied the reports that BJP was against the early assembly election in J&K, on Sunday. Ram Madhav said that there is no truth in the rumors have been spreaded that BJP is against the early assembly election in J&K. According to the sources Ram Madhav has also said that His party would like compete alone in the elections. But, They would like to form a stable government in the state with the friends later. He also said that the will fill the candidates with the seats int theRead More
Prashant Kishor said that he has worked enough with the leaders and wants to go back to the grassroots. He confirmed that he won’t be joining politics. Election strategist Kishor on Sunday confirmed the news of not getting involved with any political party for the 2019 general elections. Interacting with students of Indian School of Business (ISB) here, he said for last two years he wanted to leave this domain but wanted to leave his organization I-PAC in safe hands before taking the decision. “I will not be part ofRead More