814 million Indians qualified to participate in 2014 General Election
The Indian General election of 2014 for electing a central government was held in the months of April and May in nine phases with the purpose of electing members of parliament for all 540 parliamentary constituencies. More than 814 million Indians were eligible to vote, with an addition of 100 million new voters since the last general election held in 2009. This was the largest ever number of voters eligible to participate in any election. Around 23 million new voters were added and it was the longest election held in India.
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