The Election Commission of India (EC) will start checking votes in favour of the seventeenth Lok Sabha Election on May 23.
The last results are probably going to be postponed this time by four to six hours on account of the presentation of extra Voter Verifiable Paper Audit Trail (VVPAT) summing.
The Lok Sabha decisions were held in seven stages over the 542 parliamentary bodies electorate from April 11 to May 19. Around 60 crore voters have thrown polls crosswise over 10 lakh stalls in 29 states and seven association domains.
PM Narendra Modi-drove Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and it’s National Democratic Alliance (NDA) accomplices are wanting to hold control at the Center. This is in the midst of endeavours by a few Opposition parties, including Rahul Gandhi-drove Congress, to set up an assembled battle. ‘Others’ or the ‘third front’ is additionally endeavouring to wrest control.
When does the summing of votes start on May 23?
counting occurs within the sight of the Returning Officer (RO) of the constituency and applicants and their operators. It is expected to start at 8.00 am.
The RO pronounces the outcome when the person is sure that checking has been effectively finished.
Likewise, the EC delegates its spectators to administer the procedure and guarantee that it occurs in a straightforward way.
Every applicant can choose up to 16 including operators from his/her gathering for each spot of checking. The checking operator deals with the interests of the gathering.
Where would you be able to observe live counting of votes on May 23?
Readers can check the online voting process on the website of the Election Commission Of India(ECI). It is the official website for all election-related things. The Election Commission of India is an autonomous constitutional authority responsible for administering Union and State election processes in India. The body administers elections to the Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha, State Legislative Assemblies in India, and the offices of the President and Vice President in the country.
When does counting of votes end?
It depends. For some assembly elections, the checking has gone on till late in the night; yet it normally finishes before evening, while the temporary outcomes are, all things considered, known by the evening.
This time, be that as it may, results may be postponed by around five hours, as indicated by the EC. This is because of an expansion in the quantity of VVPAT check to five arbitrary EVMs.
In April, the Supreme Court had requested the EC to expand VVPAT slips from one EVM per Assembly electorate to five.