All the political parties have intensified their election campaigns, as the 9th of April is the last day to campaign in those poll bound states which will contest in the first phase of the Lok Sabha elections.
Approximately 20 states are going to contest in the first phase of the Lok Sabha elections, scheduled on the 11th of April.
As per the guidance of the Election Commission of India (ECI,) the political parties can conduct public rallies, roadshows and campaigns till the evening of the 9th of April.
With just a few hours left for campaigning, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP,) the Indian National Congress (INC) and all the regional parties of the 20 states boosted up their power to gain the majority of the voters.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will end the last day of campaigning by addressing 4 rallies in 3 states.
The PM Modi led BJP will end the campaign for the first phase by addressing rallies in Karnataka, Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu.
On the other hand, Rahul Gandhi, the President of the Indian National Congress (INC,) will end the campaign by addressing rallies in Assam, Bihar and Odisha respectively.
The Lok Sabha elections are scheduled to be held from the 11th of April and will continue till the 19th of May.
The 2019 Lok Sabha elections’ results will be declared on the 23rd of May, which will decide the next ruling Government of India.
The major parties contesting the Lok Sabha elections are the INC and the BJP.
Stay tuned for further updates about the Lok Sabha elections.