2014 Lok Sabha Election of India Dates

2014 Lok Sabha Election of India Dates information & details has been provided here. India is one of the largest democracy country where millions of people residing of all religious. Indian Election Commission is going to arrange a General Election of India in the year 2014. We have also predicted that who is going to win this upcoming election of India. It is also one of the largest election in the World because India has population of more than 1 Billion people with all religious like Hindu, Muslim, Christians, Jains, Sikh and others. So, it will be so much tough election to arrange without any problems.

Most of people wants to know who will win the election of Lok Sabha of India for the year 2014? We are also so much excited to know who will be the king maker in the upcoming election of India. Dates of General Election of India haven’t been declared but we are expecting that it will be arranged after the Union Budget of India for 2014.

Dates of 2014 Lok Sabha Election of India haven’t been declared but we are expecting that election will be held in after March or April to enhance the best facilities and security. Please note that date is not finalized and even not declared but we have predicted dates here as per the latest source.

Let’s wait for the official announcement of 2014 Lok Sabha Election of India Dates and we will update this article with further more information.

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