HP: On 7th May government holiday will be declared across the state
In the month of May, in the state of Himachal Pradesh Lok Sabha election will be held on 7th May, so on 7th May across the entire state government holiday has been declared by the election commission of Himachal Pradesh according to the act, 1881 in government offices, boards, education offices and industries. So that most of the peoples will use their right to vote.
In the Himachal Pradesh, 7th May coming Lok Sabha election will hold across the different parts of the state. There are different numbers of pooling both in the every district with Electronic Voting machine facility. The team of members with security guards will be available on the each pooling both so that no problems will be occurred during the polling and safe polling will be occurred in the state.
In the Himachal Pradesh statement there are total 4 Lok Sabha seats are available and election for these all seats will he held on 7th May across the state. In the state mostly two party candidates like BJP and Congress stand for these Lok Sabha seats but this year AAP candidates will also stand for these Lok Sabha seats.
Upcoming Lok Sabha elections are dividing in to nine different phase and 5th phase of polling has been already occurred across the country. The counting of the election will be held on the 16th May across the country and in the end of May month new government will be decided by the peoples.
So the team of our site appeals from the youth of state to give their valuable vote to the right person to choose the corruption free government in the country. It is right of every youth to give their vote on the 7th May across the different polling both. So when you go to the polling both then always bring your voter card with yourself otherwise you are not allow to give the Vote. For more information regarding the upcoming Lok Sabha election you can visit the official website election commission and also you can make your voter card online through official website of the election commission.
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