Monday, March 2, 2009

Schedule of Lok Sabha Election schedule 2009 General Elections 2009 Constituencies, number, facts, Kerala, single voter

The election schedule for the Lok Sabha general elections 2009 was announced along with other details, a few minutes ago by Dr N Gopalaswamy (chief election commissioner) at Chief Election Commission.

To get the press release given by the election commission, click here (pdf)

The elections this year will be conducted in 5 phases.

Phase

Date of polling

1

16th April

2

23rd April (22nd April in one constituency of Manipur)

3

30th April

4

7th May

5

13th May

Counting

16th May

The new government will come in power on the 2nd of June.

Different states will have different number of phases depending on the size and other issues.

Number of phases

States

5

Jammu and Kashmir, and Uttar Pradesh

4

Bihar

3

West Bengal, Maharashtra

2

Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Jharkhand,
Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Manipur, Orissa
and Punjab,

1

All the other states including Kerala


Facts:

Of the 543 constituencies,

  • 84 will be reserved for Scheduled Castes (This is 5 more than last election's in 2004)
  • 47 will be reserved for Scheduled Tribes

714 million people will vote in this election, 43 million more than 671 million people last time.

All villages with 300 or more voters will be given a separate polling booth.

If there is any problem of intimidation or such, a polling booth will be awarded even if the population is less than 300.

Thus, a polling booth in Gujarat has a single voter. There are only two voters in a polling booth in Chhattisgarh and only 3 voters in polling booths of 3 other states.


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