DEBATE: Know how 2019 elections will be different from 2014 elections

10 Mar 2019 05:36 PM

DEBATE: Know how 2019 elections will be different from 2014 elections

Updated 10 Mar 2019 05:36 PM

The Election Commission of India is expected to hold a press conference at 5 pm on Sunday to announce the dates for the 2019 Lok Sabha polls. As per reports, the Election Commission is set to have finalised the dates of the polls and also concluded preparatory meetings. The election commission was scheduled to hold a crucial meeting on Saturday to discuss the final modalities of the parliamentary polls. The elections are likely to be held over seven or eight phases in April-May, sources said.

Opposition parties have questioned the delay in announcing the poll dates, with senior Congress leader Ahmed Patel asking the EC whether it was waiting for the Prime Minister's "official" travel programme "to conclude".

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