PATNA: With the ongoing preparation of the remaining three phases of Bihar polling, The BJP has devised a formula to connect to the Dalits and the extremely backward castes (EBC). A state BJP minister said on Friday, "the DEOR formula stands for the inspiring mixture of Dalit-mahadalit, EBCs, Organizational party network and the Reservation issue" Polling for 81 seats is over while voting for 162 constituencies over three days will occur in the coming weeks. 22 out of 38 districts of 162 constituencies consists of riverine areas where the groups of EBC caste such as Nishads (boatmen), Bind and Mallah (fishermen) and Nonis is politically significant. Dalits and EBCs attributes for around 38% population of Bihar.
Patna: Condemning the attack on the Dalit family in Haryana, the senior BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi on Wednesday accused Nitish Kumar and Lalu Prasad for shedding 'fake' tears on the incident apparently with the view of collecting huge amount of Dalit votes in Bihar Assembly polls. "The incident of Faridabad is condemnable, but the RJD supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav has easily forgotten the incident during the 15 years rule of his party in Bihar, hundreds of Dalit were massacred," in a series of tweets he said.
Patna: Voting for 49 assembly constituencies in the first phase of Bihar elections has begun today. In this direct contest between the Grand Alliance and the BJP-led NDA, total 1.35 crore voters are eligible to vote. Most of the constituencies voting in the opening round are JD(U) strongholds which had won 29 seats in 2010 in alliance with the BJP. Under the new alignment, the JD(U) is contesting 24 seats in the first phase.
New Delhi: Out of 456 candidates, around one-third of the candidates for the second phase of Bihar Assembly polls have asserted criminal cases against them. BJP, JD-U and RJD occupy the maximum number of such candidates, the Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) said on Friday. Total 456 candidates are in a battle for the second phase of the Bihar Assembly polls. Polling for 32 seats will be held on October 16. "Out of the total of 456 candidates, 110 (24 percent) candidates have asserted serious criminal cases which include cases related to murder, communal disharmony, attempt to murder, kidnapping and crime against women. while 142 (31 percent) candidates have asserted criminal cases against themselves," the ADR said in a statement.
Patna: As the battle is heating up for the Bihar Polls, PM Modi is all set to address four election rallies today in Munger, Nawada, Samastipur and Begusarai districts of the state. On Friday, PM will address few more rallies before the first phase of polling in the state. The five-phase elections will start from October 12 and will be ending on November 5. The other dates of polling are October 16, 28 and November 1. The counting of votes is scheduled to take place on November 8 and the whole election process will be completed by November 12.
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India is the largest democracy of the world. It is a federal republic and has democratic system of governance. Conducting general elections and choosing a government is a vast process. The 16th Lok Sabha general elections will be conducted from 7th April to 12th May in nine phases across nation.
There are two houses in the Indian Parliament - Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. Indian citizen above the age of 18 have got right to cast their vote. Members of the Lok Sabha are selected by people by the process of voting. The party which wins the majority forms the government. State Assembly elections are held to choose the state government and chief minister in chosen afterwards from the winning party. President of India and the members are not elected through public voting. They are chosen by a different method.
Elections 2014 were conducted in nine phases for 543 constituencies across the nation.. The results of Indian elections 2014 election news saw a different trend. The UPA government which governed the country for the last decade lost this election while BJP won the elections winning 282 seats on its own. NDA government was formed under the leadership of Narendra Modi by winning 336 seats. The latest election trends suggest that more than 60 lakh people voted for NOTA and rejected all the candidates from the different political parties. Another election trend that has been noted was that BSP failed to secure a single seat even after winning 4.1% vote share while AIADMK managed to get 37 seats with less number of votes. Another thing to note was BJP managed to have clean sweep in the states of Gujarat, Delhi, and Rajasthan.
The latest election trend is all about Modi wave. Initially before the elections Congress and other parties had denied of having any kind of Modi wave and said that it was a hype created by media. But the 2014 elections results gave different answers. Modi won both the constituencies from where he fought the election 2014. Modi will sworn in as the new PM of India on 26th May, 2014. After Indian parliamentary results came in favor of Narendra Modi, experts believe that the country will witness economic growth in the coming years with lot of investment opportunities for foreign investors in India.
The 16 Lok Sabha elections will be conducted in India from 7th April to 12th May. The result of the election will be declared on 16th May 2014. The whole election process is divided into nine phases. It is the longest election that the country has witnessed in these years. Elections will be conducted for all the 543 parliamentary constituencies of the country. The term of the current 15th Lok Sabha will complete on 31st May 2014.
The population of India as estimated by Election Commission in the year 2014 is 81.45 crores. It means there is an increase in the number of voters by 10 crores.
As a result of the large population the whole election process is divided into nine phases. Election Commission has taken much effort and has spend large amount of money for the Lok Sabha elections in India. It is called as the most costly election that has ever occurred in the History of Indian democracy.
The Elections 2014 will decide the fate of the Congress government that is in power for the last decade. Rahul Gandhi is the prime ministerial candidate of INC. The major opposition party of INC in the 2014 elections is BJP. The party is lead by Narendra Modi.
The other emerging party is AAP . It was formed last year by the people who were part of the anti corruption movement that took place in Delhi. AAP has acquired enough popularity in public and is expecting to beat the other two parties in the 2014 elections in India. The party is lead by Arvind Kejriwal.
All the parties are fighting tooth and nail against each other to win the elections. They are not leaving any stones unturned so as to win the hearts of the people in the form of votes. Campaigning is carried out across the nation and rallies have been conducted by the parties to address the people. People across the nation are waiting for the result of India elections 2014.