New Delhi, May 23: Results of the Lok Sabha elections 2019 will be declared today by the Election Commission of India. The counting of votes across 542 constituencies, which went to polls over the last one-and-a-half month, will begin at 8:00am. The real-time trends on leading candidates and party-wise gains would subsequently follow. Here's how to check live results and winner names fastest on mobile, TV news channels and official EC website. Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Results LIVE News Updates: Will it be NDA, UPA or Third Front?
Citizens across the nation, as well as NRIs abroad, can keep a live tab on results through whichever gadget they have access to. The Election Commission has assured that the results would be digitally feeded to keep the voters and candidates updated. Watch Live Streaming of Lok Sabha Election Results 2019 Updates
Watch: How to Check Live Election Results and Winners on Mobile, TV & EC Website
How to Check Lok Sabha Election Results 2019 on Mobile?
The live trends of election results could be tracked via smartphone through the official mobile application of the ECI. The application - Voter Helpline App - could be downloaded from eci.gov.in. Android users can directly download the application by clicking here, whereas, iPhone users can download it from here. Alternatively, the mobile users can also log onto the official EC website to track the results.
How to Check Live Results on TV News Channels?
Viewers can tune into any of the national or regional news channel to track the live updates of Lok Sabha election results. Both state-run and private broadcasters would be airing real time updates of vote count. The party-wise tally and status of key candidates would also be updated.
How to Check Election Results on Official EC Website?
Results of Lok Sabha elections 2019 could be also be tracked live on internet via results.eci.gov.in -- the official portal designated by the EC. The website would be activated at 8:00 am on Thursday, as per the Election Commission.
On the portal, constituency-wise, party-wise and state-wise results would be uploaded by the EC. The website would be auto-refreshed with latest data after each round of vote-counting.