Lok Sabha Elections 2019: Congress will release second list of candidates, Raj Babbar will fight Moradabad, see complete list

Congress (Congress) released another second list of Congress (Second List) for the Lok Sabha Polls 2019. The second list of Congress has 21 candidates.



Congress (Congress) released another second list of Congress (Second List) for the Lok Sabha Polls 2019. The second list of Congress has 21 candidates. Uttar Pradesh Congress chief Raj Babbar has been given ticket from Moradabad, Priya Dutt will fight from Mumbai North Central. Savitri Bai Phule, who joined BJP from Congress, has been fielded from the Bahraich constituency of UP. Apart from this, Sriprakash Jaiswal (Sriprakash Jaiswal) from Kanpur, Milind Murli Deora from South Mumbai, Parvez Khan was given ticket from Kabir Nagar of UP and former Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde (Sushil Kumar Shinde) from Solapur in Maharashtra. Earlier Congress had released the first list of 15 candidates on March 8.



In the first list, four candidates were from Gujarat, while the list of 11 candidates of Uttar Pradesh was released. According to the first list, Rahul Gandhi will contest this election from Amethi and Sonia Gandhi from Raebareli even this time. Thus, there was a break on all speculation that Sonia Gandhi could not fight the next Lok Sabha elections. Raju Parmar from Ahmedabad-West from Gujarat was given the ticket. This is a reserved seat. Bharat Singh am Solanki from Anand, Prashant Patel from Vadodara and Ranjit Mohan Singh Rathwa from Chota Udaipur have been nominated by the party. Chhota Udaipur is also reserved seat.


Talking about Uttar Pradesh, apart from Rahul and Sonia Gandhi, the party has been given ticket by Imran Masood from Saharanpur and Saleem Iqbal Shervani from Badayun. Jitin Prasad from Dhaurah Lok Sabha seat while Mrs. Annu Tandon was nominated from Unnao. At the same time, former Foreign Minister and senior Congress leader Salman Khurshid will contest from his traditional seat from Farrukhabad. The party has got Rajaram Pal from Akbarpur, Brijlal Khabri from Jalna, Nirmal Khatri from Falabad, while RPN Singh has been nominated from Kushinagar. Jalon is also a reserved seat.


Election Commission has made the announcement of the Lok Sabha election dates (Lok Sabha Election 2019 Date, Schedule). Lok Sabha elections will be held in 7 phases this time and results will be on May 23. While announcing the election dates, the Chief Election Commissioner said that all the agencies have consulted. Special monitoring will be done on election expenses. Festivals were taken care of. He said that this time 90 crore people will vote in elections. The Chief Election Commissioner said that we were preparing for the elections quite early. Talked to the election commissioner of all state and union territories. They were told to make preparations. The order of the law and order was also checked. After doing all this, today we are in the position to announce the election.

Declaration of Lok Sabha election dates (Lok Sabha Election 2019 Date, Schedule). This time Lok Sabha elections will be held in 7 phases (2019 Election) and on May 23 the results will come. The special thing is that this time the Code of Conduct will also apply to social media. The Chief Election Commissioner said that this time the social media will be closely monitored. Campaigning for social media will also be added. He said that all the social media platforms have to be informed about the release of any political party advertisement this time. After accepting it, he can do it. Google and FB have also been asked to identify such advertisers.

The dates of the Lok Sabha Elections (2019) have been announced. The first phase will be on April 11, while the last phase will be on May 19. Counting of votes will take place on May 23. This time too there is a large number of voters who will vote for the first time. Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora said on Sunday that the number of voters in the Lok Sabha elections will be around 90 crore this time. He described the forthcoming elections as the biggest festival of democracy. He said that this time there will be about 10 lakh polling booths, which is more than nine lakhs in the 2014 general elections. 1.50 crore voters in total voters will be 18-19 years old. He said, "The Election Commission has made a very comprehensive preparation for the election."

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