Lok Sabha election result tomorrow: Counting at 8am, Election Commission to declare results on eci.gov.in
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Lok Sabha election result tomorrow: Counting at 8am, Election Commission to declare results on eci.gov.in

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The Lok Sabha election 2019 kicked-off on April 11 and ended on May 19. The Election Commission will begin the counting of votes at 8am on May 23.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • All eyes are on Election Commission as election result time draws closer
  • Result of election 2019 will decide if PM Modi gets another chance to form government at Centre
  • EC will provide real-time trends and results on eci.gov.in and results.eci.gov.in

The Lok Sabha election result will come out tomorrow, May 23.

The Lok Sabha election was a tough fight with political parties campaigning for weeks and months to convince voters that they held the best hope for the future of India.

On election result date 2019, which is May 23, the fates of PM Narendra Modi and Rahul Gandhi — the most prominent opposition face right now — will be revealed.

All eyes now are on the Election Commission as the election result time draws closer.

The Lok Sabha election result 2019 will be a product of polls conducted in seven phases over 542 constituencies (voting in one constituency — Tamil Nadu’s Vellore was cancelled).

The result of election 2019 will decide if PM Modi gets another chance to form the government at the Centre.

Lok Sabha election 2019 kicked-off on April 11, the day of voting in Phase 1. The election ended on May 19, four days before the result day.

The Election Commission will begin counting the votes polled in this election at 8am on May 23. The Election Commission will provide real-time trends and results on eci.gov.in and results.eci.gov.in.

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