The beginning of the first stage of Indian parliamentary elections
Reporter: Firdous Rasouli
The first stage of the parliamentary election began in India, and it is estimated that 900 million people will be eligible to vote in this election. The election is a major test for Narendra Moody’s current prime minister with Congressional leader Rahul Gandhi. Mr. Moody is trying to win the election again.
But Rahul Gandhi, one of the most competing opponents of Mr. Moody’s, says that he has not been able to make promises for economic and job creation. The Indian Parliamentary Elections will be held on a regular basis on April 11, 18, 22, 29 and May 6, 12, and May 19, and will begin to count on the last day of May. The election will be held by electronic voting machines under the auspices of the Electoral Commission. It should be noted that Narendra Moody’s party won in 2014 and is now struggling to win this election secondarily.