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Below are given different stages of the election process in India. What is the correct sequence of these events?
(i) Announcement of result
(ii) Announcement of election date
(iii) Campaigning begins
(iv) Model code of conduct comes into force


ANSWER

(ii), (iv), (iii), (i)


SOLUTION
Following are the correct sequence of the election process in India -:
  • Announcement of election date
  • Model code of conduct comes into force
  • Campaigning begins
  • Announcement of result
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