Lok Sabha Election 2024 Result Date: Countdown for Lok Sabha election results begins, know where and how you will be able to see it

Ananya Shroff
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New Delhi: 4th June is the biggest day for the country's politics. You must have understood what we are talking about. Yes, the final results of the Lok Sabha elections are going to come tomorrow. After this election held in 7 phases, the people of the country will see the formation of a new government on this special day. On one side is the PM Modi-led NDA and on the other side is the opposition's new alliance 'Bharat'. Although the exit polls that came on 1st June have cleared the picture to a great extent, but these are not the final results. In such a situation, many people must be wondering where and how we will be able to see the moment-to-moment updates along with the counting of votes. There is no need to worry. We will tell you each and every thing in detail.Where and how to see the election results?
The Election Commission will start counting votes from 8 am. After that the initial trends will start coming. To see the election results, you can visit the Election Commission's website eci.gov.in. By going to the website, you have to click on General Election 2024 shown above. Along with this, you can also easily see the results by downloading the Voter Helpline App, iOS and Android mobile apps related to the Election Commission. Apart from this, you can see the moment-to-moment updates given by many media channels on your smartphone. Many news channels will also keep telling you news related to the results. Smartphone users can go directly to YouTube and search their favorite channel and get every update of the result. Not only this, you can also watch the results on your smart TV or television sitting at home. Presswire18 Times will also keep giving you moment-to-moment updates along with the counting of votes.

At what time will the counting of votes begin, when will the picture be clear?
According to the Election Commission, the counting of votes will start at 8 am. First the postal ballots will be counted and then the EVM votes will be counted. Postal ballots will also be counted in two categories. First the votes of army, paramilitary force soldiers and officers will be counted. After this
In the second category, postal ballots of employees, officers and security personnel deployed on election duty will be counted. Along with the results of the Lok Sabha elections, the results of the Andhra Pradesh and Odisha assembly elections will also be declared on June 4. The whole picture will be clear by 2 pm. After matching the EVMs with VVPAT, counting the VVPAT slips and adding the postal ballots, the results of all the seats will be declared by 6 pm.

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