In Andhra Pradesh, Sikkim and Odisha, collecting accounts to 175, 32 and 28 sets, respectively, are kept at the same time in the first phase.
A vote for the 543 Lok Sabha seats will be held in seven stages: 11 April, 18 April, 23 April, 29 April, May 6, May 12 and May 19. Counting on 23 May.
In Andhra Pradesh, key outbreaks, caste and corruption are the main factors that could confirm the outcome of the elections to Lok Sabha and the state collection as more than 3.93 coroners are elected. the right to vote.
This is the first general election of the state after the resurgence of Andhra Pradesh in 2014.
A vote will be held for the 25 Lok Sabbath and 175 conference sets at the same time. There are 2,118 candidates for state accounts and 319 for elections for Lok Sabba.
The chief of TDP and CM N Chabourg Naidu will be seeking an election from Kuppam, and his son Nara Lokesh makes his election from Mangalagiri.
The president of the YSR Conference, Y S Jaganmohan Reddy, a supporter for CM's post, is fighting from the family Pulaivendula pocketborough.
In 2014, the TDP 101, YSRC 68, won the BJP to four, the Navodayam Party one and an independent member of the state accounts. In Lok Sabha seats, the TDP is filled 15, YSRC eight and BJP two.
Telangana's 17 Lok Sabha seats go to first accounts.
After deleting the December polls, TRS which is led by KCR hopes to have an AIMIM company encore when Transport appears to be in favor of the BJP focusing on a significant number of seats. To win.
There are 443 successful candidates.
The Nizamabad Lok Sabha constituency is a special issue because there are 185 candidates, including over 170 farmers, in the position.
The main candidates include a director of the Renuka Chowdary (Khammam) president, AIMIM, Asaduddin Owaisi (Hyderabad), president of the Congress N Uttam Kumar Reddy (Nalgonda), and the daughter of the president TRS K Chandrasekhar Rao.
In Uttar Pradesh, on eight seats, the BJP governance wins the newly created SP-BSP-RLD consortium.
In Muzaffarnagar, the head of RLD, Ajit Singh, takes over Sanjeev Balyan BJP. His son, Jayant Chaudhary, is opposed to a Union minister, Satyapal Singh, in Baghpat. Union ministers V K Singh and Mahesh Sharma are candidates BJP in Ghaziabad and Gautam Budh Nagar, respectively.
Seven Lok Sabha seats in Maharashtra will be sent to accounts, and Union minister Nitin Gadkari will be locked in a battle with Nana Patole from the Congress, which was a former BJP MP. Union minister and head of BJP Hansaraj Ahir are looking for a fourth term from Charaprapur.
In the Bihar, four Lok Sabbath seats will be voting on a Thursday. The head of LJP Chirag Paswan's task to save from sitting Jamui is reserved. It is chaired by an MP and is locked directly in a direct competition by Roberto Chaudhary of the RLSP.
In the north-east, the two sets of Arunachal Pradesh, Union minister Kiren Rijiju, want to re-elect from Arunachal West. The Assam team will have five seats to accounts, and the son of CM Tarun Gogoi, who previously studied water from a selection from Kaliabor.
In Chhattisgarh, where there is one seat Lok Sabba, Bastar, goes to accounts, security was tightened after Maoist's attack on Dantewada on Tuesday. The BJP leader and four securitymen were killed in the attack.
Votes as recorded in the state, the Electoral Commission has said.
60 Odisha voters use the right to vote in the first voting stage for four Lok Sabbats and 28 Thursday seats.
The first set of polls decides what happened to 217 candidates. Fray has 26 hopefuls for Lok Sabba and 191 seats for assembly seats.
Voting for the five seats in Uttarakhand, the 2014 BJP, will be held for the first time.
Important candidates from the Congress include Pritam Singh (Tehri), former CM Harish Rawat (Nainital), and former CEO of BJP BC Manhand Khanduri of Pauri.
There are predicted to be exciting competitions in Tehri, where the BJP has been standing twice with MP Mala Rajya Lakshmi Shah against Pritam Singh, in Nanital where his commander Ajay Bhatt is based. vote against Harish Rawat.
Two seats in the West Bengal, Jammu and Kashmir and Meghalaya see voting in the first stage.
Sessions of one Lok Sabha who counts on the 11th of April include Mizoram, Tripura, Manipur, Nagaland, Sikkim, Andaman and Nicobar, and Lakshadweep.