General elections of 2014 is longest elections ever took place in Indian history which aims at electing right politicians for 16th Lok Sabha. These elections will be taking place from 7th April 2014 to 12th May 2014.
To elect members of parliament in Lok Sabha, elections are conducted in 543 constituencies of Parliament in all over India, apart from these two seats will be reserved to the nominees from Anglo-Indian community. Results of these general elections will be announced on 16th May 2014. 2014 general elections will be voted by approximately 814,500,000 Indian citizens out of whom 20% will be new voters. These elections will be taking place in 9 phases around six weeks time period.
The most important issues aroused in 2014 general elections campaigning are increase in prices, corruption, the economy, security, infrastructure in India that includes roads, electricity and water. In these elections Social Media is playing key role in campaigning candidates of various parties that are participating.