The Parliamentary elections are just around the corner and all the parties comprising regional and national party is planning out their campaign. All the parties are trying to come up with a better plan as other in order to win this election. Their main aim is to win a majority of seats. The party that will win half of the total number of seats in addition to one extra seat will be announced eligible to form a new central government.
In 2014, the parliamentary elections were held and since the span of five years is coming to end, people are supposed to choose a new government. With a great opportunity in their hand, people can simply wait to vote and chose the best leader who can add their own factor to the number of work done for the country.
Many parties will be participating in the election such as Indian National Congress Party, Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP), Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), Samajwadi Party (SP), TRS, BSP, AIADMK, and the list goes on. There are so many parties who challenged in the previous elections as well. However, this time is not going to be any different as national and regional parties are trying their level best to name the victory.
The list of candidates is announced prior to the month or two around the polls are held. Nevertheless, it depends on the party. They can announce it beforehand as well that can ensure that they will have more campaign time. Through this, they can try their best with the right strategies to win the constituency.
- Name of the election: Indian Parliamentary Polls
- Total Number of Seats: 545
- Candidate List of BJP: not released yet
- Candidate List of Congress: not available
- Candidate List of APP: not released
- Other Parties Candidate List: Not available
Lok Sabha Election 2019: Candidates List AAP, Congress, BJP & Others
We may let you know, once the party releases their candidate list. We are hoping that parties will release the list as soon as the Election Commission will give a heads up by declaring the schedule where the candidates of the parties will fill up the nomination form. After the polling, the votes will be counted for the candidates that have filled up the nomination form.
Stay tuned, if you wish to get the latest updates on the Lok Sabha Elections 2019.