Google Doodle Shares Voting Tips With Indians For Lok Sabha Elections 2019

As soon as India was ready for the 17th Lok Sabha election, Google extended a step forward to encourage the responsible citizen of a country with a simple doodle.

In the doodle, the right hand is marked with the electoral ink on the index finger.

The general elections of 2019 have started from today and will run till May 19. The poll will be held in seven phases, in which all the 543 constituencies will be included. Election Commission will calculate votes on 23rd May, and announce the results on the same day

How do you get to know that you can vote

You can give your vote only if your name appears in the Voter List (also known as Electoral Roll). Voters can also find information on polling booths, including candidates, election dates and times, identity cards and EVMs.

Voting process at polling booth

First, a voting officer will check voter name in voter list then check ID proof.
The second voting officer will ink the voter's finger, give a small slip and take his/her signature on a register (Form 17A).

A voter will have to submit the slip to the third voting officer and show his/her ink finger and then go to the polling booth.

A voter can register his/her vote by pressing the ballot button opposite the electronic voting machine (EVM) symbol of your choice; A voter will hear a beep sound.

Check the slip that appears in the transparent window of the VVPAT machine. Candidate's serial number, name and symbol slip, will appear for 7 seconds before falling into the sealed WPAT box.
If you do not like any candidate, you can press the NOTA, any of the above; This is the last button on the EVM.

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