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Case registered against those who declared false date of Lok Sabha elections

The Election Commission of India has registered the case against those who declared false dates for the Lok Sabha elections. The Election Commission has not yet made an official announcement of the Lok Sabha elections. Meanwhile, someone made a false declaration of elections and put them on social media. When this news begins to become viral, the Election Commission has registered a case in the police. According to this fake declaration, Lok Sabha elections have been reported in April and May.

The Election Commission can announce the Lok Sabha elections any time after Friday. Right now the team of the Election Commission has returned after visiting Jammu and Kashmir. In the fake declaration, the start of elections has been shown from April 10. The fictitious list has been cast, it is voting in Bihar on 10th, 17th, 24th of April, 7th May and 12th of May. After that, the voting has been decided in Orissa on 10th and 17th of April. Voting has been shown in West Bengal on 17, 24, 30 April and 7 and 12 May. Likewise, the dates of Lok Sabha elections have been reported in all states including Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Himachal Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh.

In the final phase Uttar Pradesh will be elected. According to the fake list here, the votes will be cast in five phases. Polling has been scheduled on 10th, 17th, 24th, 30th April and 7th and 12th of May. Election Commission says it is a mischief of somebody. There is nothing to do with the Election Commission. Anyone who has done this act will be punished according to the law.

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