Loksabha Elections 2014 Nominations
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Lok Sabha 2014 Elections - Candidate Selection Process
1. Nomination Forms are received by email/Hand /Post.
2. Forms are screened and shortlisted for Interview.
3. Shortlisted Applicants are called for Interview at State or Delhi Office.
4. Interview Committees send Applicants' Feedback to PAC Read More
FAQ - Contesting for Lok Sabha Election
Q1. Can a non-citizen be a candidate?
Answer- No. Only an Indian Citizen can apply.
Q2. What is the minimum age for becoming a candidate for Lok Sabha election?
Answer- Twenty Five Years (Basically all those who are born before 31st March, 1989)
Important update (Feb 8, 2014) - The process for receiving candidate forms is now being closed for the some constituencies. No new forms after Feb 8, 2014 midnight will be taken by the party for these constituencies. More details can be found on this page.