Election 2019: How voting changed in India over the ages; why the latest is historic
Mar 25, 2019, 7:20 PM IST
The general election of 2019 is expected to be the biggest election in world history with around 90 crore voters registered to exercise their franchise.
This is about 8.43 crore more voters than what the 2014 general election had witnessed.
Out of these new voters, there are around 1.5 crore teenagers. They are first-time-voters.
More than 38,000 voters are transgenders.
Let's find out how the voting process in India has evolved over the years, and why the 2019 general election will be different as there are many improvements in the voting process this time.