The Election Commission has introduced out an atlas on the 2019 Lok Sabha polls, which carries all information and statistics of the huge electoral train. The atlas, which has 42 thematic maps and 90 tables depicting varied sides of the election, was launched on June 15 by Chief Election Commissioner Sushil Chandra and Election Commissioners Rajiv Kumar and Anup Chandra Pandey.
The atlas additionally shares attention-grabbing details, anecdotes and authorized provisions associated to the Indian elections, an official assertion stated. Since the primary Lok Sabha elections in 1951-52, the fee has been publishing compilations of electoral information within the type of narrative and statistical books.
The seventeenth Lok Sabha polls carried out in 2019 was the most important democratic train in human historical past, which witnessed the participation of 61.468 crore voters at 10.378 lakh polling stations unfold over 32 lakh sq. kilometre territory of India, it stated.
In Indian elections, electoral information is primarily collected throughout the preparation of electoral rolls by electoral registration officers and returning officers. This information is then collated by these statutory authorities. After the end result of the electoral course of, the Election Commission collects the information and prepares varied studies for file and dissemination functions.