Lok Sabha elections 2019: Google Doodle Focuses on Second Phase of India Elections 2019
Google by and by perceived the progressing mega poll exercise in India with a doodle that highlighted an inked finger, which when clicked led clients to a page as to how to vote.
The search engine giant had observed the Lok Sabha election 2019 on April 11 likewise, the phase 1 of the seven-phase elections, with a comparable doodle.
This present doodle’s compass was just for India where the world’s biggest democratic exercise in progress.
The intuitive doodle page contained data to help the first-time voters in the nation. It has topics, for example, how to vote, how to indetify a polling booth and so on.
Voting in favor of the 543 Lok Sabha seats is being held in seven phases: April 11, April 18, April 23, April 29, May 6, May 12 and May 19. Tallying would happen on May 23.
Ninety-one Lok Sabha voting demographics spread crosswise over 18 states and two Union Territories voted in the first-phase on April 11.
On April 18, 95 seats crosswise over 11 states and one UT are voting.
The doodle clarifies the voting procedure at a polling booth and furthermore gave a few subtleties:
*First polling authority will check i name on the voter list and check voter’s ID confirmation
*Second polling authority will ink voter’s finger, give voter a slip and take voter’s mark on a register (Form 17A)
*Voter should store the slip at the third polling authority and demonstrate voter’s inked finger and afterward continue to the polling booth
*Record voter’s vote by pressing the ballot button opposite voter’s preferred symbol of the applicant on the EVM; Voter will hear a beep sound
*Check the slip that shows up in the transparent window of the VVPAT machine. The slip with the Candidate serial No., Name and Symbol will be obvious for 7 seconds before it drops in the sealed VVPAT box
*Voter can press NOTA, None of the Above, if voter don’t care for any applicant; it’s the the last button on the EVM