Lok Sabha Elections dates announced: On which day votes will be cast in your state, Check Inside

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The Election Commission has declared important dates related to Lok Sabha elections on Sunday evening, According to which Lok Sabha elections will start on April 11 and continue till 19th May, and polling will be held in seven phases. CEC Sunil Arora said that the Model Code of Conduct has come into force as it announced the dates for the elections to 17th Lok Sabha. All parties are all set to fight with each other. Prime Minister Narendra Modi also tweeted as soon as the announcement was made and sought the public's blessings. PM Modi once again gave a slogan to the Modi government, along with PM Modi has given best wishes to Election Commission, security forces, countrymen and political parties.

State wise dates for the Lok Sabha election

Andhra Pradesh - 25 seats for Lok Sabha on 11th April

Arunachal Pradesh - all two seats on 11 April

Assam - Five seats on April 11, five seats on April 18, four seats on 23 April

Bihar - Four seats on April 11, five seats on April 18, five seats on April 23, five seats on 29 April, five seats May 6, eight seats on May 12, eight seats on May 19.

Chhattisgarh - One seat on April 11, three seats on 18 April, seven seats on 23 April

Goa - all two seats on 23rd April

Gujarat - all 26 seats on 23 April

Haryana - all 10 seats May 12

Himachal Pradesh - all four seats on 19th April

Jammu and Kashmir - Anantnag seat on April 23, April 29 and May 6 (two of the remaining five), two seats on April 11, two seats on April 18, one seat May 6.

Jharkhand - 3 seats on 29 April, four seats on May 6, four seats 12 May, three seats on May 19

Karnataka - 14 seats - 18 April, 14 seats - 23 April

Kerala - all 20 seats on 23 AprilMadhya Pradesh - Six seats on 29 April, seven seats on May 6, eight seats on May 12, eight seats on May 19

Maharashtra - Seven Seats April 11, 10 Seats April 18, 14 Seats April 23, 17 Seats, April 29

Manipur - One seat on April 11, a seat on 18 April

Meghalaya - All Two Seats April 11

Mizoram - the only seat on April 11

Nagaland - single seat on 11th April

Odisha - Four seats on 11 April, five seats on 18 April, six seats on 23 April, six seats on 29 April

Punjab - all 13 seats on May 19

Rajasthan - 13 seats on 29 April, 12 seats on May 6

Sikkim - Single seat on 11th April

Tamilnadu - all 39 seats - 18th April

Telangana - all 17 seats - 11th April

Tripura - A seat on April 11, a seat on 18 April

Uttar Pradesh - Eight seats on 11th April , eight seats on 18 April, 10 seats on 23rd April, 13 seats on 29 April, 14 seats on 6 May, 14 seats on 12 May, 13 seats on May 19

Uttarakhand - all five seats on 11th April

West Bengal - two seats on April 11, three seats on April 18, five seats on April 23, eight seats on 29 April, seven seats on 6 May, eight seats on May 12, nine seats on May 19

Andaman & Nicobar DBIP Group - Single Seat April 11

Chandigarh - May 19th

Dadra and Nagar Haveli - single seat on 23rd April

Daman and Diu - the only seat on April 23

Lakshadweep - the only seat on April 11

Delhi - Seven Seat May 12

Puducherry - single seat on 18th April

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