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2016-03-04T03:30:56+05:30
The maximum number of elected members of Lok Sabha is 550. Article 81 of the Constitution provides that not more than 530 members will be elected from the States and not more than 20 members from Union Territories.

How Are Members Of The Lok Sabha Elected In India:
The members of Lok Sabha are elected for a term of five years.Any Indian citizen who is more than 25 years of age can contest the election to the Lok Sabha.The whole country has been divided into constitutencies.The candidate who gets the highest no of votes in a constituency is declared elected as a member.
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2016-03-04T05:17:03+05:30
India is a democratic country. The Lok Sabha is the house of the people. Therefore the people of India (those who are eligible) directly elect the members of the lok sabha. 
First the election commission sets up constituencies in each state. From each constituency members of different parties will be contesting the elections. 
After the votes are counted the candidate with a simple majority gets elected. 

Consider the following example: 
Total votes in constituency=2000 
Votes attained by candidate A=800 
Votes attained by candidate B=500 
Votes attained by candidate C=400 
Invalid votes =300 
So, candidate A has secured maximum votes. Hence candidate A is elected.
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