How to check 2019 Lok Sabha Election Results on Google and Election Commission's website and app

With the Tenure of the Present Union Government led by the BJP ending on June 3, 2019, the Election Commission of India began the Lok Sabha election 2019 process six weeks back. Following the seven phased elections in the country starting from April 11 and concluding on May 19, the counting is scheduled to begin at 8 am on Thursday, May 23, 2019.

The voters in the country and the worldwide spectators of the general elections 2019 for the largest democracy are eagerly waiting to know the composition of the central government that will follow the elections this year. The Election Commission of India has put up a number of platforms for the election enthusiasts to check the results. The Commission will be updating the results in real time as the counting outcome is announced from the different constituencies of India from time to time. The results for the 2019 general elections in India will be posted for 542 constituencies for which the polls were conducted out of the total parliamentary constituencies of 543.

As an interesting move this time, the Election Commission of India has created an exclusive website for checking the results and trends of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. The URL is https://results.eci.gov.in/

Google has also partnered with Prasar Bharti to live stream DD News to show the lok sabha election results 2019 on the search page. All you need to do is search for "2019 lok sabha election results" and Google will show a complete picture in real time of all that's happening.



The countdown leading to the counting of votes has already started on this site and the site will go live sharp at 8 am. Once the site goes live, the viewers can get the results and trends across all the constituencies and also party-wise performance reports.

An alternative way to check the 2019 Lok Sabha election result is the ‘Voter Helpline App'. You can download this app from app stores on any phone running on Android and iOS. The Election Commission of India has also set up digital display boards at different public places to display the trends and results for the anxious public waiting to know the Lok Sabha election results in real time.

Lok Sabha 2019 elections 2019 will elect 542 members for the Parliament across all the Lok Sabha constituencies in India. The voter turnout on the whole in the country for these elections was 6 percent among the total number of around 900 million eligible voters registered on the electoral rolls. The total number of contestants in 2019 Lok Sabha elections is 8,049. The final results will be available only by evening on Thursday May 23, 2019.

During 2019 elections, the Election Commission introduced VVPAT (Voter Verifiable Paper Audit Trail) accompanying all the EVMs (Electronic Voting Machines). A Chennai based NGO PIL voiced its concern on the dependability of the EVMs and urged the Supreme Court for ordering the counting of all the VVPAT slips during the 2019 elections. The Supreme Court has dismissed the PIL and reinstated the April 8 judgment that directed the counting of the VVPAT slips of 5 EVMs for each assembly segment. This process is expected to make the announcement of the results a bit slower than the earlier counting.



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