Coverage, fixing, reporting for Indian Parliamentary Elections, biggest electoral exercise in the World

New Delhi, India Politics, Current Affairs, 360 Videography, Breaking News March 24 @ 9:49am

India, the largest democracy in the world, has entered full election mode: voting is due to begin on 11 April, with the final ballot cast more than five weeks later on 19 May. This is one of the most important elections in the recent past in India, in the wake of rising tension between India and Pakistan. While the two neighbours claiming to have brief military assaults just before the elections, the opposition parties in India alleging the ruling right wing Indian government of politicising of the military actions and having huge corruption in a big defence deal. Keeping in view, the mammoth popularity of prime minister Narendra Modi amongst the middle class urban Hindus, it is being seen as an election between Modi and others. The other prime issues in this parliamentary election would be widening rift between communities, growing unemployment and farmer’s distress. Amid all this more than 90 million people will vote in two months long, seven phases exercise to elect a new parliament. I will be available for coverage and comments on this mammoth exercise. May travel and report from various parts of India for print/digital platforms, radio and TV, if assigned. Let me know. Best Regards Arun Asthana
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