Lok Sabha Election 2014 Result Live at eci.nic.in

Lok Sabha Election 2014 Result | General Election Result 2014 Live at www.eci.nic.in

The Indian general election of 2014 is between two main tough contenders for the seat of Prime Minister- one is Shri Narendra Modi and the other is Rahul Gandhi from Congress. Considered to be the longest election till date, this election has started off from 7th April and it will finally end on 12th May 2014, thus taking place in 9 phases. The General Election 2014 results will be announced on 16th May with 15th Lok Sabha finishing its constitutional authorization on 31st May with the new beginning of 16th Lok Sabha from next month.

How to get Lok Sabha Election Result 2014 online

All Indians can check out General Election 2014 result by just following easy steps below :



- Click on Official Election Commission India website.
- Now select Party Wise Results | Consistency Wise Results | State Wise Results 
- So by selection any of above option you can have your state wise , consistency wise or your favorite party wise election result 2014.

As per Election Commission (EC), “Up to now the elections that have been conducted in few places have witnessed a churn-out of 68.29 per cent, that is 7.90 per cent more than the 5 years ago voting polls. The figures are remarkable this time and people are more aware of voting with extreme campaigning done by political parties and distinct rights groups.”

Lok Sabha Election 2014 Result

India General Election 2014 Dates

Ten states have partially finished their voting. As reported by EC Director General Akshay Rout, “It was on April 10 when 10 Western Uttar Pradesh (U.P.) set out to polling and observed 66 per cent voter turnout. In Odisha 10 constituencies had election processes that saw 75 percent polling turnout. The voting turnout was 63 per cent in 10 seats of Maharashtra; 55 per cent in 6 Bihar constituencies; 9 constituencies of Madhya Pradesh (M.P.) observed 63.33 per cent voter turnout, and 8 Assam seats saw 75.83 poll percentage. Jammu recorded 69.18 per cent voter turnout, 4 Jharkhand seats saw voting turnout of 58 per cent on 10th April, and Outer Manipur recorded 82.14 per cent voting turnout. Thus the State wise Lok Sabha Election 2014 Results will only be announced once a particular state completes its’ voting from all its constituencies.”

The polling procedures in 9 states including Goa, Kerala, Arunachal Pradesh, Haryana, Mizoram, Meghalaya, Sikkim, Sikkim, Tripura and Nagaland, and in 4 union territories (UTs) covering Delhi, Chandigarh, Lakshadweep and Andaman and Nicobar islands, are in tense mode. As compared to 2009, this year there has been tremendous increase in these territories (except Sikkim and Nagaland).

Gujarat will hold its elections in the end of April (31st), and West Bengal on 12th May. Well the highest voting was recorded in Chandigarh and Tripura.

The 13 states and UTs have voter turnout of 76.90 per cent that comprises of Goa (76.83 per cent), Arunachal Pradesh (76.90 per cent), Kerala (74.02 per cent), Nagaland (88.57 per cent), Haryana (71.86 per cent), Tripura (84.90 per cent), Delhi (65.09 per cent), Sikkim (80.96 per cent), Chandigarh (73.57 per cent), Andaman and Nicobar islands (70.77 per cent), Lakshadweep (86.79 per cent) and Mizoram (61.70 per cent).

Hope the Lok Sabha Election 2014 Results are fruitful and may the best party win so that the country can be in safe hands towards higher development and better technology!

1 comment:

  1. we have done our duty without any hesitation , now all Indian want their fruit, i.e the new govt. BJP how could be the blood to circulate and air to breath ....so its all about.

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