How to vote for the next prime minister of India?

The poll will be held in two phases.

The first, which is expected to take place from November 30, 2020, to December 8, 2020 will determine who will be the country’s next prime minster.

The second, which will be conducted from January 6 to December 11, 2020 , will determine the government’s next chief of staff and the president.

The election will be a “first step” in a process of reform in the country, said Arvind Kejriwal, the AAP leader.

India is known for its strict voting laws, and has seen its largest political protests in decades in 2016. “

We need to make sure that we do not repeat the mistakes that have happened.”

India is known for its strict voting laws, and has seen its largest political protests in decades in 2016.

The nation has about 7.5 million eligible voters, of which about 725 million have registered to vote.

But a survey published on Friday by the Indian Institute of Management, Delhi, shows that turnout was low, with less than a quarter of eligible voters voting.

More than 100 million Indians have never registered to cast a ballot in the last 20 years, making it one of the poorest countries in the world.

The survey, which had a margin of error of 3.5%, said only 28% of eligible Indians had registered to register to vote in the 2016 election, compared with nearly 60% in 2008, when the first election in India was held.

A total of 5.7 million people in the polling booth registered to be voters.

The results of the elections are likely to be a significant blow to the BJP and the Congress, both of which have ruled India for more than three decades.

The party’s leaders, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, have made it clear that the polls are a referendum on their government’s record.

The BJP and Congress, which have governed India since independence from Britain in 1947, have ruled the country for nearly three decades under the banner of the BJP.

They have been accused of a string of corruption scandals, and have had a poor relationship with the people.

In recent years, the BJP has gained support from the Hindu nationalist community in India, and is known to have links to the ruling Samajwadi Party.

The Congress has been criticised for its treatment of minorities and its failure to protect them.

The vote has been marred by violence.

Thousands of people were killed in the protests that followed the 2008 elections.

More recently, the death toll in the clashes between police and protesters rose to 1,000.

In 2017, at least 20 people died when protesters clashed with security forces during an anti-government protest in the capital, New Delhi.