How are elections held in India

Q- How are elections held in India?

Answer- There are two main election held in India that are Lok Sabha and Vidhan Sabha. These elections held after a specific time period. The elections in India held in a free, fair and democratic way. A few days after polling, on a fixed day, all the EVM (Electronic Voting Machines) from constituency us collected and are opened and vote secured by each candidate are counted. This counting is also shown live in televisions, social media and radios e.t.c. 

After the counting of votes is finished in few hours. The result of election is organized and it was declared that who won the elections. Sometimes by election were also organised to fill the vacant seat of a particular constituency that is caused by the death or resignation of representatives. This is the way in which elections held in India.

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