For the past one month news coverage includes election issues. Now, when the phase of voting is over, the anticipation of entire nation is stuck on what India election results 2014 will be. Lok sabha elections Poll Results 2014 is set to get declared on 16 May 2014 as stated by election commission. The counting is likely to begin at 8 am and will get over by mentioned time of 4pm, the same day.
The voting for nine phases began on 7 April 2014 and continued till 12 May 2014, which is said to be the longest election in the country’s history. The final vote counting will take place in a total of 989 centres. According to election commission officials, about 50 delegates are invited from about 20 countries to participate and be a witness of the lok sabha election results 2014.
The process of counting is divided into two ways. The first phase will have the focus on Postal ballots and the second phase will start after half-an-hour when the counting of votes from Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) will start. The postal ballot counting will start of from 8 am and the EVM votes counting will begin just half an hour later i.e., on 8.30 am, officials of Election Commission confirmed.
Every news media is getting ready to 2014 Lok sabha elections Results Live Coverage. The process of counting will be captured properly as a proof to avoid any kind of controversy that comes up. The EVMs will be transferred to the counting centres on the same day of counting in the morning. The actual vote counting will start off at 5 am in the morning on 16 May 2014 to continue the process smoothly.
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The poll trends will be known by 11am, but the final results will be declared between 3pm to 4pm. So, the first half of the day will give us a glimpse of who will lead the polls.