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Lok Sabha Election Results 2024

Lok Sabha Election Results 2024

 The results of the 2024 Lok Sabha elections have been a significant event in India's political landscape. The elections, which were conducted in seven phases from April 19 to June 1, saw a record turnout with 642 million voters casting their ballots​ (India Today)​​ (Zee Business)​. The counting of votes began on June 4, and early indications suggest a major victory for the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA).

Preliminary results and exit polls have predicted that the NDA is likely to secure over 350 seats, while the opposition coalition, known as the INDIA bloc, is expected to win around 180 seats​​. This outcome, if confirmed, would ensure a third consecutive term for Prime Minister Narendra Modi, further consolidating the BJP's dominance in Indian politics.

The election process was extensive, covering all 543 constituencies across the country. The phases were meticulously scheduled, starting with states like Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, and Tamil Nadu in the first phase, and concluding with polling in states including Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, and Uttar Pradesh in the final phase​ ​. Security measures were significantly heightened during the counting process, with thousands of police personnel deployed at various counting centers to maintain order and prevent any potential unrest​.

The 2024 election also saw a decrease in the number of repolls compared to previous years, highlighting improvements in the electoral process. Only 39 repolls were conducted this year, a significant drop from the 540 repolls in 2019​.

As the results continue to be tallied, the political landscape of India is poised for another five years under the leadership of the NDA, barring any unforeseen changes during the final stages of the count. This election has not only been a test of the current government's performance but also a reflection of the electorate's priorities and expectations for the future.

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