Lok Sabha Chunav Results 2024 State-wise: Check @results.eci.gov.in

The last phase of the 18th Lok Sabha elections concluded on 1 June 2024 in eight states/UTs. Now, we are rolling towards the general election results to be declared on 4 June 2024, increasing the anticipation. The article covers everything you want about the 18th Lok Sabha election results.

Lok Sabha Chunav Results 2024

The seven phases of the 18th Lok Sabha Elections across 28 states and 8 Union Territories started on 19 April 2024 and ended on 1 June 2024. The Festival of Democracy of 2024 was celebrated in more than 1 million polling stations, where more than 900 million people were registered to vote.

The polling for 543 lower-house seats lasted for 44 days, where West Bengal has recorded the highest voter turnout of 68.89%. However, EIC is re-polling at Mathurapur and Barasat constituencies of West Bengal due to voting officer reports and violence in West Bengal. 

The Election Commission of India will begin counting the 18th Lok Sabha polls on 4 June 2024 at 8:00 AM morning and it will continue till all the votes are counted across 543 constituencies.

The EIC is holding a press conference on 3 May 2024 at 12:30 PM, a day before the counting of Lok Sabha polls. 

General Election Results 2024 State-wise

Along with the 18th Lok Sabha Elections, the assembly elections were held across four states (Sikkim, Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, and Arunachal Pradesh) between the seven phases. 

The votes counting for the State Legislative Assemblies General election of Odisha and Andhra Pradesh and bye-elections (single political constituency) will commence on 4 June 2024. 

The counting of Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh polls has been concluded on Sunday 2 June 2024 with the following results:

  • Sikkim: Sikkim Krantikari Morcha (SKM) secured a dominant victory in the state winning 31 seats out of 32 seats. The Sikkim CM Prem Singh Tamang has managed to retain his party in the State, where a party needs to secure only 17 seats, his party has secured 31 seats against the Sikkim Democratic Front. BJP and Congress political parties did not win even a single seat in the Sikkim general elections.
  • Arunachal Pradesh: The results of Arunachal Pradesh polling show Bharatiya Janata Party securing 46 seats in the 60-member Assembly.  BJP has returned to power a second time in Arunachal Pradesh for a third time in a row, whereas INC secured only one seat and other parties secured a total of 13 seats.  

Lok Sabha Chunav Results 2024

How to check the Lok Sabha Chunav Results 2024?

With the result day approaching soon, the anticipation of who will win the election and become the next leader of the nation is high among everyone.

People who wish to follow the election trends and results as directed by the Returning Officer/ Parliamentary Constituency/ Assistant Returning Officers of Assembly constituencies will be available on the ECI result website at https://results.eci.gov.in/.

The voters can also follow the 2024 election results on the Voter Helpline APP available on both Android and iOS. The users can filter the winning and leading trends of the elections state-wise as well as constituency-wise on the Voter Helpline App. 

Prediction of Lok Sabha Chunav Results 2024

The exit poll result of the Lok Sabha Elections was declared on 1 June 2024. The Exit polls result indicated that the BJP would secure another dominating victory in the 2024 Lok Sabha Elections.

The predictions also state that the party can surpass its 2019 record of 352 seats in this election. PM Narendra’s Modi popularity may outshine the other parties, that’s why it’s indicating the BJP coming into power for the third time in a row. 

In response to existing poll predictions, the Opposition Alliance INDIA approached the EIC to declare the results of the Postal ballot first before the EVM. Postal ballot voting rights are given to specific people, where they cast their votes electronically or by mail. 

They have also requested the EC to verify the date/time of the Control Units to confirm voting time and dates.  The opposition approached EIC to ensure the counting is done fairly and it abides by all the rules of EIC. 

The exit polls in India have a patchy record, so it’s hard to say the results will match the exit polls results.

The biggest democracy in the world is ready to roll out the results of the massive electoral practice on 4 June 2024, the fate of various candidates will be announced and the country will get its next leader for the next five years, so stay tuned. 

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