Don't know where to vote...? Here's how to find a polling station..!

 With the first phase of lok sabha polls scheduled to take place tomorrow (April 19), follow the instructions given here to identify the polling booth where you need to cast your vote. The election commission of india announced the notification and schedule for the 18th lok sabha elections on march 16. Following this notification, the Code of Conduct of elections came into force from that day. The election code of conduct means that sufficient documents should be kept if cash is taken above Rs.50 thousand, party flags should not be flown in public places, and statues and photos of political leaders should be covered if they are in public places. There are a total of 543 lok sabha constituencies across the country. elections are currently going on in these constituencies. Subsequently, four state assembly elections namely Andhra, Odisha, Arunachal Pradesh, and Sikkim, and by-elections to 26 assembly constituencies of different states are held during this period. All these elections are held in a total of 7 phases.The first phase of polling will take place on the 19th tomorrow. The second to seventh phase polling will be held on april 26, May 7, May 13, May 20, May 25, and june 1 respectively. The election results will be announced on june 4. As the first phase of polling will be held tomorrow, campaigning in the constituencies ended yesterday. Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Rajasthan, Sikkim, tamil Nadu, Tripura, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, West Bengal, andaman and Nicobar Islands, Jammu and Kashmir, Lakshadweep, puducherry election polling will be held tomorrow in 102 constituencies of 25 states and union territories. In particular, the 39 lok sabha constituencies of tamil Nadu, the lok sabha constituency of puducherry will hold elections tomorrow (April 19), while the by-elections will also be held in the Vilavankode assembly constituency of Kanyakumari. All arrangements for this have been made by the election Commission. The election commission said that postal votes can be cast till today. For those over 85 to vote by postal ballot, officials have been going to their homes to register their votes, and that work ends today.

Apart from this, people are also interested in electing a lok sabha representative for their constituency. As tomorrow is a public holiday, more people are expected to come to vote. In the last 2019 lok sabha elections, 72.44% of votes were recorded. 73.63% voter turnout in the 2021 assembly elections. So this time more votes may be recorded than these. people can find out who is standing as candidates in their constituency, what is their symbol, and which voting machine is their vote through the election Commission's app. Apart from that, you can also find out which polling station you have to cast your vote in your constituency by following the steps below. First, find the EPIC number on the front of your voter ID card. EPIC number is the only way to know which polling station you have to cast your vote. If you don't have a card, the NVSP website is also a source. For that, first, go to the NVSP official website and click on search in Electoral Roll under Services.

Select either the search by Details or search by mobile option. search by Details means after entering all the details asked after entering the Captcha Code and tapping the search button, the EPIC number will come. For search by mobile, enter your registered mobile number, enter the Captcha Code, and click the Send OTP button. You can check your EPIC number by giving the OTP sent to your number.

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