PM Narendra Modi said a high voter turnout strengthens democracyPM Narendra Modi said a high voter turnout strengthens democracy

Phase two of the Lok Sabha elections is now taking place for 88 seats spread across 13 states.


In the second round of the Lok Sabha elections on Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged voters to cast their ballots in historic numbers, arguing that a high voter participation enhances democracy.
PM Modi urged voters, particularly women and young people, to show up in large numbers at the polls, stating that their vote is their voice.

“I’m calling on every voter in their constituency to turn out in record numbers for today’s second round of the Lok Sabha elections.

“A high voter turnout strengthens our democracy. I especially urge our young voters and women voters to turn out in great numbers. Your vote is your voice!” the prime minister said on X.

Voting for 88 seats spread across 13 states is currently underway in the second round of the Lok Sabha elections.

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Following a reduced turnout in the first phase on April 19 compared to 2019, the Election Commission has been working nonstop to increase the voting percentage.

Lok Sabha Election 2024: Updates for Phase 2: Voting in 88 seats spread across 12 states and one territory is presently underway for the second phase of the Lok Sabha elections 2024. Wednesday at 5 p.m., the second phase of the thrilling election campaign came to a conclusion, with prominent members of the opposition INDIA alliance and the BJP-led NDA exerting all of their influence to win over voters. Phase 2 of the Lok Sabha Elections will have 1206 contestants from 12 States and Union Territories (UTs) and 4 candidates from the Outer Manipur Parliamentary seat, according to the Election Commission of India.2633 nominations in all were submitted for 89 parliamentary seats spread throughout 13 States and UTs, according to the poll commission.

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for the Lok Sabha Elections’ second phase of polling. April 4 was the deadline for submitting nominees for phase 2. 1428 of the 2633 nominations that were submitted were determined to be legitimate after examination. April 8 was the deadline for all 12 states and territories to withdraw their candidacies. Polling was conducted in 102 seats across 21 states and union territories (UTs) in the first phase. Eleven states and UTs had partial coverage, while ten states and UTs had complete coverage. The 18th Lok Sabha voting will begin on April 19, according to an announcement made by the EC. The results of the Lok Sabha elections will be announced on June 4, according to the EC’s notification. Follow TOI here for further updates.


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