होम Politics Jharkhand Lok Sabha Elections 2024: Schedule, Phases, Seats, Candidates……

Jharkhand Lok Sabha Elections 2024: Schedule, Phases, Seats, Candidates……

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Jharkhand’s history of elections reveals a trend of no single party dominating the state’s political scene. In the 2019 Lok Sabha Elections, the BJP-led NDA alliance secured 12 seats, with the Congress and JMM each gaining one seat.

However, the 2019 Assembly elections saw a shift, with the JMM, Congress, and RJD alliance claiming victory. This unpredictable nature of Jharkhand’s politics makes it challenging to predict the outcome of the 2024 General elections.

Despite its abundant natural resources, Jharkhand grapples with issues such as unemployment, poverty, and inadequate infrastructure. Voter sentiments are likely to be influenced by the ruling government’s performance in addressing these concerns. Both the NDA and the I.N.D.I.A coalition are expected to focus their campaigns on promises of improved development and job creation.

Dates and Phases:

When are Jharkhand Lok Sabha Elections? Historically, Jharkhand’s General Elections are held in the latter half of the cycle. If the Election Commission of India (ECI) follows the previous pattern, the 2024 Lok Sabha polls in the forested state could be scheduled for May.

How many phases will Jharkhand have? In the 2019 Lok Sabha Elections, Jharkhand went to polls in four phases, reduced from three phases in 2014. Given the diverse landscapes of these constituencies, the ECI might opt for three to four phases again in 2024.

Facts and Figures:

How many Lok Sabha constituencies does Jharkhand have? Jharkhand shares the 14th spot with Assam in terms of the number of Lok Sabha seats, each having 14 seats. The state’s significant tribal population results in 6 out of the 14 seats being reserved for SC and ST candidates. In both the 2014 and 2019 Lok Sabha Elections, the BJP emerged as the dominant party, securing 12 out of 14 seats on both occasions.

Conclusion: As Jharkhand gears up for the 2024 General elections, the stage is set for a dynamic political contest. With historical trends as a guide, but no clear dominance by any single party, the state remains a key battleground. Issues of development, employment, and infrastructure will likely take center stage in the campaigns of competing alliances, making voter choice crucial in shaping Jharkhand’s future political landscape.

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