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The most effective method to cast a Vote: Google doodle does its bit for 2019 Lok Sabha Election 

The casting a ballot procedure for the seventeenth Lok Sabha Elections have started today and Google is urging individuals to cast a ballot through its doodle. The Google doodle includes an inked finger, which when tapped on, guides the person to a website page that teaches individuals on the most proficient method to cast a ballot and about the casting a ballot procedure at a surveying corner for the 2019 Lok Sabha decisions. Alongside this, the website page gives other essential data that can be useful for individuals who are voting in favor of the first run through.

The website page teaches the voters on the best way to cast a ballot, where to cast a ballot, how to utilize EVM, the casting a ballot procedure at the surveying stall among other things. It says, “You can cast a ballot just if your name shows up in the Voter List (otherwise called Electoral Roll).”

Google doodle  likewise discloses how to cast a ballot with the utilization of recordings. The voters can likewise discover their surveying corner, “Voters can go to appointive search.in or use Voter Helpline App to discover their surveying stall.”

They can likewise call their voter helpline on “1950”, and for surveying station area SMS space to 1950. The voters should remember that cell phones, cameras or some other devices are not permitted inside a surveying stall.

The voters should take note of that they can convey any of the perceived ID cards for surveying which incorporate Voter ID card, Passport, Driving License, PAN Card, Aadhaar Card, Passbooks with photo issued by Bank/Post Office among other personality cards.

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The 2019 General Elections will be led in seven stages on April 11, April 18, April 23, April 29, May 6, May 12 and May 19, 2019. The tallying of the votes will happen on May 23 and the outcomes will be reported a similar state.

The Vidhan Sabha Election for Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Odisha, and Sikkim will be directed in parallel to the Lok Sabha decisions.

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