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Lok Sabha election 2024: Counting of votes begins
General Election 2024

Lok Sabha election 2024: Counting of votes begins

| @indiablooms | 04 Jun 2024, 08:21 am

The counting of votes for the Lok Sabha polls, which was held for six weeks and seven phases, began at 8 am on Tuesday as the fates of the candidates who are eyeing to win the 543 seats up for grabs in the Lower House of the Indian Parliament will be revealed.

Indian PM Narendra Modi is eyeing to return to power for the third record-equalling third term by decimating the key opposition alliance named INDIA.

India voted from April 19 to June 1 to send their representative to the Lower House of the Parliament.

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Any party or coalition needs to touch the 272 majority mark to form the government at the Centre.

Riding on star campaigner PM Narendra Modi, the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party has set a target of 370 seats this year and 400 for the NDA coalition.

The Congress party is a part of the INDIA bloc.

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