When was the 16th Lok Sabha election held in India?
The Indian general election, 2014 was held to constitute the 16th Lok Sabha, electing members of parliament for all 543 parliamentary constituencies. Running in nine phases from 7 April to 12 May 2014, it lasted 36 days.
How many people voted in 2014 general elections in India?
General elections were held in India in nine phases from 7 April to 12 May 2014 to elect the members of the 16th Lok Sabha. With 834 million registered voters, they were the largest-ever elections in the world until being surpassed by the 2019 elections. Around 23.1 million or 2.7% of the total eligible voters were aged 18–19 years.
What is the strike rate of Shiv Sena in Maharashtra Assembly election 2019?
Even though Shiv Sena has emerged as an important political party in Maharashtra assembly election 2019, its vote share has dropped from 19.35% in 2014 to 16.44% in 2019. In fact, Shiv Sena’s strike rate is also just 45% with respect to BJP’s 65%.
How many seats did BJP win in Maharashtra Assembly election 2019?
The result for the Maharashtra assembly election was declared on October 24, 2019. The BJP-Shiv Sena alliance has won 162 seats, much more than the majority mark of 145-seats. However, the tally is far less than the 200 seats that some BJP leaders expected to get.
What is the key issue in Lok Sabha election 2014?
“Price Rise is the key issue in Lok Sabha Election 2014: Zee News-Taleem pre-poll survey”. Daily News and Analysis. ^ “India’s Economy Needs an Early Election”.
When did the term of the 15th Lok Sabha expire?
The previous election, to the 15th Lok Sabha, was conducted in April–May 2009, and its term would have naturally expired on 31 May 2014. The election to the 16th Lok Sabha was organised and conducted by the Election Commission of India (ECI) and was held in multiple phases, to better handle the large electoral base and security concerns.