Election Commission to Deliver Lok Sabha Election Results

Every Indian Vote Counts
Every Indian Vote Counts

As the counting of votes of the Lok Sabha election will take place on Thursday, May 23, the Election Commission of India (ECI) will provide real-time trends and results of the vote counting across the country.

The counting trends and results will be available on the ECI website as well as on the Voter Helpline App, both iOS and Android Mobile Apps. The dissemination of information will start from 8.00 a.m. on Thursday and will be updated continuously.

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The Voter Helpline App can be downloaded from the Google Play Store or Apple Play Store. For the first time, the citizens can use a smartphone to know the results. They can use the available filter to find out the winning / leading or trailing candidate details, along with the constituency-wise or state-wise results from the Voter Helpline App.

The citizens can bookmark their favorite candidate and watch the real-time results, as per their convenience on the Voter Helpline App or make a wish list to track the real-time status.

The local display of the trends and results will also be done through the digital display panels provided by the ECI.

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