There is an electoral atmosphere in the country and everyone’s eyes are restored to elections. According to sources, the date for the election in the first week of March may be announced, the term of the present government is ending on June 3 but let us know how many phases and in what months the general elections will be held. The process and the rest have to be. According to information received from the sources, there is a possibility that the Election Commission, like this last time, will also get assembly elections in Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, Sikkim, and Arunachal Pradesh along with Lok Sabha elections.
Talk about Jammu and Kashmir and the assembly has been dissolved there too. Therefore, the Election Commission has to hold elections within 6 months here too. The Jammu and Kashmir Assembly was dissolved in the year 2018 and there are also elections till May 2019. In such a situation, the Commission can also elect the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly as well as the Lok Sabha elections.
Under normal circumstances, the term of Jammu and Kashmir assembly is 6 years which ends on 16 March 2021. But the tenure of other legislatures and the Lok Sabha is five years. The term of Sikkim assembly is ending on May 27, 2019. Significantly, in the year 2004, the Election Commission had declared the election of Lok Sabha in four phases on February 29. Then the first phase of voting was held on April 20 and the last phase of voting was held on May 10.