Loksabha election 2019 result by official website ss
Counting of votes for the Lok Sabha elections, in which over 8,000 candidates were in the fray for 542 seats, will begin at 8.00 am on May 23 and results are expected only by late evening due to tallying of voter verified paper audit trail slips with EVM count for the first time. 67.11 percent of the 90.99 crore electors had cast their vote in the seven phase elections.This is the highest ever-voter turnout in Indian parliamentarian elections.
With just a day left for the final decision on the new government, the Election Commission has set up a 24-hour EVM Control Room at Nirvachan Sadan to monitor complaints relating to polled EVMs. Complaints regarding EVMs during counting can be registered with the control room on 011-23052123.
This is for the first time in a Lok Sabha election that results of voting machines will be matched with slips generated by paper trail machines.
The exercise will take place in five polling stations per assembly segment which effectively means that out of nearly 10.3 lakh polling stations, the EVM-VVPAT matching will take place in 20600 such stations.
Additionally, the EC has said that there are around 1,600 counting servers to monitor the counting of 22.3 lakh ballot units, 16.3 lakh control units and 17.3 lakh VVPATs. Moreover, reports suggest that there might be a delay in the final outcome. Trends are likely to trickle in from 8am tomorrow.