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Kerala Legislative Assembly Election 2021 Results : How to check election results on ECI Website and App


Published on Jun 12, 2021

Kerala Legislative Assembly Election 2021 Results : How to check election results on ECI Website and App

 

Kerala Legislative Assembly Election 2021 Results : The EC does not release results on its main website eci.gov.in. It releases election results on eciresults.nic.in. Here, users can track constituency-wise details and leads.

To check the assembly election results of these five states,  users can log on to the Election Commission of India’s (ECI) website.




Kerala Legislative Assembly Election 2021 Results : Live Updates

The results are also available through the Commission's 'Voter Helpline App'. The app can be downloaded from the Google Play Store. In addition, the media can know the progress and results of the counting through 'Trent TV' at the media centers set up at the district centers and counting centers. The media also knows the results through the media center set up by the IPRD at the state level.

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How to Check West Bengal, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Assam, Puducherry Election Results on Election Commission App:

* Download ECI’s ‘Voter Helpline’ app

* On opening, it will ask you to login using your mobile number.

* You can skip login and jump to the home page.

* There are 6 main options – Forms, Complaint, EVM, Elections, Results and Candidates.

* When you click on Results, it will open a mobile webpage within the app.

* Click on ‘General Assembly Elections’ option to check the result of the desired state.

All eyes will be on the West Bengal result, where the ruling Trinamool Congress engaged in a battle of nerves with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Also, the state has the highest number of seats at 294.

The Assam results are important for the BJP as it is fighting to retain its position in the state where it won for the first time in 2016.

Tamil Nadu has 234 seats and the battle is between Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami and MK Stalin.

In Kerala, the contest is between the ruling CPM-led LDF, Congress-led UDF, and BJP. The state has 140 seats.

The fight in Puducherry is between the Congress-led UPA and the AINRC-led opposition alliances.

An 8 MPBS dedicated leased line has been set up at all counting centers to ensure that the counting progress is not hindered from being uploaded on the site during the counting of votes. Backup leased lines from various service providers are also available. Necessary generator and UPS facilities have been provided at the counting centers.

In Kerala, if predictions proved to be true, the Pinarayi Vijayan-led Left government is set to retain power in the state. This will be the first time in the last four decades that a ruling party will keep the power. In Assam, BJP may retain power with a clear majority. In Puducherry, the NDA is tipped to form a government.


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