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SUMMARY OF LOK SABHA Indian General Elections 2009 Schedule
|SUMMARY OF LOK SABHA Indian General Elections 2009 Schedule|
|PollEvent||Indian General Elections 2009 Schedule Numbers & Election Dates|
|Announcement & Issue of PressNote||02 Mar 2009||02 Mar 2009||02 Mar 2009||02 Mar 2009||02 Mar 2009||02 Mar 2009||02 Mar 2009||02 Mar 2009||02 Mar 2009|
|Issue of Notification||23 Mar 2009||28 Mar 2009||28 Mar 2009||02 Apr 2009||02 Apr 2009||02 Apr 2009||11 Apr 2009||17 Apr 2009||17 Apr 2009|
|Last Date for filing Nominations||30 Mar 2009||04 Apr 2009||04 Apr 2009||09 Apr 2009||09 Apr 2009||09 Apr 2009||18 Apr 2009||24 Apr 2009||24 Apr 2009|
|Scrutiny of Nominations||31 Mar 2009||06 Apr 2009||06 Apr 2009||11 Apr 2009||10 Apr 2009||10 Apr 2009||20 Apr 2009||25 Apr 2009||25 Apr 2009|
|Last date for withdrawal ofCandidature||2 Apr 2009||08 Apr 2009||08 Apr 2009||13 Apr 2009||15Apr 2009||13 Apr 2009||22 Apr 2009||27 Apr 2009 ()||28 Apr 2009|
|Date of Poll||16 Apr 2009||22 Apr 2009||23 Apr 2009||30 Apr 2009||30 April 2009||30 April 2009||07 May 2009||13 May 2009||13 May 2009|
|Counting of Votes on||16 May 2009||16 May 2009||16 May 2009||16 May 2009||16 May 2009||16 May 2009||16 May 2009||16 May 2009||16 May 2009|
|Date before which the election shallbe Completed||28 May 2009||28 May 2009||28 May 2009||28 May 2009||28 May 2009||28 May 2009||28 May 2009||28 May 2009||28 May 2009|
|Number of States/UTs||17||1||12||6||1||4||8||8||1|
|Number of ParliamentaryConstituencies||124||1||140||77||1||29||85||72||42|
Indian General Elections 2009 Schedule N0te:
Highlights of the Lok Sabha Election 2009 Schedule (Indian General Elections 2009 Schedule)
|Election Dates||No. of Seats||States|
|Apr 16 2009
||124||AP, Arunachal, Assam. Bihar, J&K, Kerala,Maharashtra, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Orissa, UP,Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Andaman, Lakshadweep|
|Apr 23 2009
||141||AP, Assam, Bihar, Goa, J&K, Karnataka,Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Manipur, Orissa, Tripura, UttarPradesh, Jharkhand|
|Apr 30 2009
||107||Bihar, Gujarat, J&K, Karnataka, MadhyaPradesh, Maharashtra, Sikkim, UP, West Bengal, Dadra & NagarHaveli, Daman & Diu|
|May 07 2009
||85||Bihar, Haryana, Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab,Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Delhi|
|May 13 2009
||86||Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Punjab,Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Uttarakhand, Chhattisgarh,Puducherry|
Indian Election Commission History:
The Election Commission of India is established in 25th January, 1950. Indian Election Commission is an independent legal body of India.
Formation of Indian Election Commission:
The Indian Election Commission has formed by one Chief Election Commissioner and two Election Commissioners. The present Chief Election Commissioner was N. Gopalaswami, elected on 29th June, 2006.
Powers and duties of Election Commission:
The duties of the Election Commission of India are planning, executing and forms the elections. The Central and State government services of Para-military & Police forces are utilized the ElectionCommission in the elections.
The functions of the Indian Election Commission:
The Indian Election Commission is Separated the Constituencies and prepared to Electoral Rolls. The Indian Election Commission recognized the Political Parties and allotted the symbols to their parties. The Indian Election Commission scrutinized the nomination papers and conduct the Polling. The Indian Election Commission is also scrutinized the nominated candidate’s expenses.
|Indian general elections 2009 - 543 seats|
|April 16, April 22, April 23, April 30, May 7 and May 13, 2009|
|Leader||Manmohan Singh||Lal Krishna Advani|
|Last election||151 seats, 26.7%||130 seats, 22.2%|
The General Elections for 15th Lok Sabha of India will start on April 16, 2009. There are 5 stages to conduct the elections.
The poling dates are16th, 23rd and 30th April, 7th and 13th May 2009.
The results will be declared 16th May, 2009.
The elections initiate for 499 (543) Parliamentary Constituencies in all the states.
The Government will spend the money Rupees 1,120 Crores for election expenses.