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93 seats, 1331 candidates… Third phase of voting tomorrow, fate of these veterans to be determined in EVM – loksabha election 2024 third phase of voting May 7 evm All set for third phase of voting for 93 ntc seats

93 seats, 1331 candidates… Third phase of voting tomorrow, fate of these veterans to be determined in EVM – loksabha election 2024 third phase of voting May 7 evm All set for third phase of voting for 93 ntc seats

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In the third phase of general elections, over 17 crore 24 lakh voters will use their franchise to elect their representatives on Tuesday in 93 Lok Sabha constituencies instead of the 94 announced earlier. Voting is not taking place in Surat Lok Sabha constituency in Gujarat as the lone BJP candidate was elected unopposed.

More than 39 thousand voters are over 100 years old.
Of these 93 seats, 72 are general constituencies, 11 are reserved for scheduled tribes and ten are reserved for scheduled caste candidates. In the third phase of voting, 17.24 million voters will use their franchise to elect their MP from 7 am to 6 pm at 18.5 lakh polling stations. Of them, 8.85 million voters are men and 8.39 million voters are women. Of them, 39,599 voters have turned a century in their life. 14.4 lakh voters are above 85 years of age and have been given the opportunity to vote from their homes.

ORS will be available to drink at the polling station
4,303 flying squads have been formed to follow the vote. 1987 Video surveillance equipment is deployed. In this phase, the Election Commission has made changes to the voter participation feature in its application. Now, in the third phase, the voting percentage of each Lok Sabha constituency along with each state going to elections will be updated continuously. In view of the heat and heat waves, the Commission has announced that in addition to drinking water, ORS will also be available at all polling stations.

Provision of a bicycle service to bring voters closer to the booth.
Each booth must also have a canopy to protect voters waiting their turn from the sun and heat. There should also be a selfie point for young voters and a ramp for disabled voters. The Election Commission has also arranged a free bicycle service in many places to transport voters to the polling stations. Many bicycle service companies have agreed to provide their services on a voluntary basis. 75 representatives from 23 countries have also come to India to witness the third phase of voting.

Before, elections were to be held for 94 seats, but now voting is held for 93 seats, do you understand how?
Mukesh Dalal, BJP candidate from Surat parliamentary constituency in Gujarat, was elected unopposed. The Election Commission has decided to hold voting at the Betul seat in Madhya Pradesh in the third phase of the Lok Sabha elections-2024. In fact, the second phase voting at the Betul headquarters was postponed. Apart from this, voting on Anantnag-Rajouri seat in Jammu and Kashmir has now been shifted to May 25, i.e. the sixth phase.

So understand it this way: As per the previous schedule, elections were to be held for 94 seats in the third phase, but the BJP candidate from Surat seat in Gujarat won unopposed, so there will be no voting there. Thus voting was to be held in 93 seats but then the Election Commission decided that the elections would be held in Betul seat in Madhya Pradesh, this election was to be held in the second phase but later it was postponed, so again After this the Election Commission has shifted voting on Anantnag-Rajouri seat in Jammu and Kashmir to May 25 i.e. in the 6th phase now finally voting will be held for 93 seats only on May 7th.

Voting date: May 7, 2024

Number of states/UTs voting: 11

Number of constituencies going to polls: 94 +1 (Betul) = 95 -1 (Surat) = 94-1 (Anantnag-Rajouri) = 93

SC: 10

· EST: 11

General: 72

Total voters: 17.24 crore

Male: 8.85 million rupees

Women: 8.39 crore

Total candidates in the running: 1331

More than 1,300 candidates, including about 120 women, are in the running in the third phase. The top leaders include Union Ministers Amit Shah (Gandhinagar), Jyotiraditya Scindia (Guna), Mansukh Mandaviya (Porbandar), Purushottam Rupala (Rajkot), Prahlad Joshi (Dharwad) and SP Singh Baghel (Agra). Former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan (Vidisha) and Digvijay Singh (Rajgarh) are also contesting the Lok Sabha elections this time.

Voting will take place in these seats.

The fate of former Karnataka Chief Ministers Basavaraj Bommai (Haveri) and Badruddin Ajmal (Dhubri) will also be sealed in the EVMs on May 7. In Uttar Pradesh, many relatives of late Mulayam Singh Yadav are also contesting elections in this phase. Let us tell you that with the BJP winning unopposed in Surat, voting will be held in 25 seats of Prime Minister Modi’s home state of Gujarat on May 7. Apart from this, in 11 seats in Maharashtra, in 10 seats in Uttar Pradesh, in the remaining 14 seats out of 28 in Karnataka, in 7 seats in Chhattisgarh, in 9 seats in Madhya Pradesh, 5 in Bihar, 4 each in Assam and West Bengal and voting will also be held in the 2 seats of Goa. Apart from this, polling on 2 seats of Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu Union Territory will also be held in the third phase. We inform you that the elections to be held in Anantnag-Rajouri seat have been postponed to the sixth phase.

Who will compete with whom in Bengal?

Voting will be held on May 7 in four Lok Sabha seats in West Bengal – Malda North, Malda South, Jangipur and Murshidabad. Officials said that of the 57 candidates contesting in the third phase, there are 14 candidates in Jangipur, 15 in Malda North, 17 in Malda South and 11 in Murshidabad. In Murshidabad, the main contest will be between CPI(M) leader Mohammad Salim, TMC’s Abu Tahir Khan and BJP candidate Gauri Shankar Ghosh. In North Malda, the Trinamool Congress (TMC) has fielded former IPS officer Prasun Banerjee, while the Congress has fielded senior leader Mustaq Alam and the BJP has fielded Khagen Murmu. In South Malda, the BJP has fielded Srirupa Mitra Choudhary, the Congress has fielded Isha Khan Choudhary and the TMC has fielded Shahnawaz Ali Rehan. In Jangipur, TMC’s Khalilur Rehman is contesting against BJP’s Dhananjay Ghosh and Congress’s Khalilur Rehman.

Tough competition in these UP seats

As for UP, the election campaign for the May 7 elections was halted on Sunday. In the third phase, voting will be held in Sambhal, Hathras, Agra, Fatehpur Sikri, Firozabad, Mainpuri, Etah, Badaun, Amla and Bareilly. In this phase, 1.88 million voters will decide the fate of 100 candidates. Which includes over 1 crore male voters and over 87 lakh female voters. In this election, the fate of many family members of Union Minister SP Singh Baghel, UP Tourism Minister Jaiveer Singh, Minister of State for Revenue Anup Pradhan Balmiki and Mulayam Singh Yadav will be decided.

The reputation of these leaders, including Dimple, is at stake

Dimple Yadav is contesting elections from Mainpuri seat. At the same time, Akshay Yadav, son of SP’s national principal general secretary Ram Gopal Yadav, is trying hard to win back the Firozabad seat, which he had won in 2014. On the other hand, Aditya Yadav, who is contesting from the from Badaun Lok Sabha, will try to win the SP bastion. Which was represented by his cousin Dharmendra Yadav in 2014. Rajveer Singh, son of former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister and veteran BJP leader Kalyan Singh, is hoping to score a hat-trick from the Etah seat.

Polling of 9 Madhya Pradesh seats

Election campaigning was also halted in 9 seats of Madhya Pradesh. The political future of Shivraj Singh Chauhan, Union Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia and Digvijay Singh will be decided in these elections. Voting will be held here in Morena, Bhind, Gwalior, Guna, Sagar, Vidisha, Bhopal, Rajgarh and Betul seats. For the third phase, voting will take place at 20,456 polling stations from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Jyotiraditya Scindia is contesting from Guna, Shivraj Singh Chauhan from Vidisha. While veteran Congress leader and former Chief Minister Digvijay Singh is contesting elections from Rajgarh. He has returned to Lok Sabha elections after more than 30 years; his opponent is two-time BJP MP Rodmal Nagar. The BJP hopes to sweep Madhya Pradesh. Of the total 29 seats in Madhya Pradesh, voting was completed in two phases on April 19 and 26 for 12 seats. While voting on the remaining eight seats will be held in the fourth phase on May 13.

Competition between Supriya Sule and Sunetra in Baramati

Of the 48 Lok Sabha seats in Maharashtra, elections will be held for 11 seats on May 7. The Baramati seat is also included in this. Where Sharad Pawar’s daughter Supriya Sule is contesting against Sunetra Pawar, wife of Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar. In the third phase, polling will be held in Baramati, Raigarh, Osmanabad, Latur, Solapur, Madha, Sangli, Satara, Ratnagiri-Sindhudurg, Kolhapur and Hatkanangle.

Many VVIPs will also vote in the third phase
The third phase is also special because many VVIP voters, including the Prime Minister and Home Minister, will vote tomorrow. Preparations for the vote have been completed. Elections will be held in 25 of the 26 seats in Gujarat because the BJP has already won the Surat seat unopposed. More than 4.94 million voters will vote. VVIP voters, including the Prime Minister and Home Minister, will vote in Ahmedabad tomorrow..

PM Modi to vote in Gujarat tomorrow
Like every election, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will cast his vote in Gujarat on Tuesday morning. Union Home Minister Amit Shah will also be present during this period. Prime Minister Modi will reach Ahmedabad on Monday night and will rest that night at Gandhinagar Raj Bhavan. Ranip Nishan will reach the school on Tuesday morning at 7.30 am to cast his vote. All arrangements have been made keeping in mind the safety of Prime Minister Modi. Prime Minister Modi will stay there till 8am tomorrow and then leave for Ahmedabad airport for his election campaign. Union Home Minister Amit Shah will also vote with his family after 9 am and Uttar Pradesh Governor Anandiben Patel will also vote in Ahmedabad after 10 am.

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