Google Doodle Celebrates Second Phase of India’s 2024 Lok Sabha Elections

Google marks the start of the second phase of India's Lok Sabha elections with a doodle featuring the traditional ink mark.

  • Google marks the start of the second phase of India’s Lok Sabha elections with a doodle featuring the traditional ink mark.
  • The ongoing phase covers 88 constituencies across 13 states and union territories, with extensive arrangements by the Election Commission.
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi encourages widespread participation, emphasizing the importance of every vote.

Google commemorates the commencement of the second phase of India’s 2024 Lok Sabha elections with a special doodle showcasing the traditional ink mark on the index finger, symbolizing voter participation. Clicking on the doodle leads users to Google Search results for the General Elections 2024, facilitating access to election-related information.

The ongoing phase encompasses 88 constituencies across 13 states and union territories, with the Election Commission implementing comprehensive arrangements at polling stations, considering hot weather conditions. Prime Minister Narendra Modi urges citizens, particularly young and female voters, to actively participate, highlighting the significance of every vote in shaping the nation’s future.

Key issues such as unemployment, women’s safety, economic development, and agricultural concerns dominate discussions during this phase. Measures are in place to ensure the integrity of the electoral process, including extensive surveillance systems and the smooth functioning of Electronic Voting Machines and Voter Verifiable Paper Audit Trails. The electoral process spans seven phases until June 1, with results expected on June 4.