Cast your vote online before you vote offline through E-Chunav 2019

Cast your vote online before you vote offline through E-Chunav 2019: General Elections across all over India for the 543 Lok Sabha constituencies is going to be held in seven phases which is starting from April 11 and will end on May 19. The counting, on the other hand will take place on May 23.

E-Chunav 2019

Till then you still have some time to revaluate your decision and to make sure that which candidate you wants to select for this year Lok Sabha Election. You still have a great opportunity to cast your virtual vote for the political party of your choice through E-Chunav.

E-Chunav 2019 is an India’s virtual election where you can select your constituency and vote for the political party you have a preference. The voting for the E-Chunav is going to conclude on May 19, at 5pm and the result is going to be announced on May 20, at 10 am. With the help of E-Chunav, it can be pretty precise in evaluating the mood of the nation.

When E-Chunav was held in the year 2013 on November, which is five months before the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, it appropriately anticipated a 330+ number for the National Democratic Alliance, an achievement which is not attained by any other opinion or exit poll.

A total number of 5, 56,460 respondents took part in the E-Chunav 2013 and in the year 2014, the NDA bring about to sweep 341 out of 543 Lok Sabha seats.

How to cast your vote

In the E-Chunav, the process to cast your vote is very simple and with easy simple steps you can access to E-Chunav and vote.

Step 1: Firstly go to the E-Chunav page; on that page select the state. After selecting the state, choose the constituency from the pull-down menu and then tap to continue for moving on to further step.

After clicking continue, you will be directed to a new window. There, you will get a list of parties opposing from the particular constituency along with their party symbols.

Now, you have to click on ‘vote now’ beside the political party of your choice. As soon as you select ‘vote now’, a new window will open where your mobile number will be asked to enter. The mobile number will be asked in order to ensure that one person votes only once.

Step 2: The minute you enter your phone number, you will be receiving a one- time password (OTP). The voting procedure will be accomplished as soon as you enter the OTP after which you will be directed back to the list of political parties where you can see ‘voted’ in contrast to the party you selected.

Note: Please make sure that you make a clear mind before casting your vote in E-Chunav as when you received a confirmation after you have voted for the party of your choice, then you will not be able to change your choice. And also, you can vote only for once.

If you want the results to be sent straight to your inbox then don’t forget to fill in your email address in E-Chunav site. So, if you are also eager to know the decision of general public this time, then cast your vote in one-of-its-kind pan-India poll.