The Lok Sabha Elections 2019 is scheduled to be held in seven phases where the registered voters will have an opportunity to choose the Members of Parliament for the Lower House. The elections will begin on 11th April and are set to end on 19th May. Some of the parties have formed alliances to consolidate their supporters as they look forward to emerging with victory.
Maharashtra Elections 2019
The Maharashtra state consists of 48 Lok Sabha constituencies The Electoral body has announced that the Maharashtra elections will be held in four phases. The Commission has indicated that the election’s phase one starts on 11th April, followed by the other three phases on 18th, 23rd,
The electorate will have the power to exercise their democratic right by choosing their leaders of choice. The Election Commission has also announced that it will set up all-women polling booths in Maharashtra’s 40 constituencies. The Commission stated that it is aiming to encourage more women to participate in the elections to exercise their rights. Everyone deployed in that polling station will be a woman. The most sensitive areas will not be used to pilot test the exercise.
Maharashtra state has many contestants from various political parties. All India Majlis-e- Ittehadul Muslimeen party has also announced that it will field its candidate in one of the
The All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) has announced that it will be taking part in the Aurangabad Lok Sabha constituency elections. AIMIM Party which is led by Asaduddin Owaisi has fielded Imtiaz Jaleel who will be the party’s flag bearer in the Aurangabad Lok
Sabha constituency. AIMIM party marks the first time it is fielding a candidate outside the Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. The AIMIM party has formed a pre-poll alliance with Vanchin Bahujan Aghadi (VBA) party. Jaleel who is a sitting MLA tweeted that he will be contesting the parliamentary seat on VBA and AIMIM ticket.