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After the mammoth electoral exercise, it is the wait for the results of 2014 general election which would decide the fate of the largest democratic country in the world. To be recorded as the longest election in the history of procedure of the country, the election was held in nine phases for the 543 lok sabha seats. With around 55 crore votes sealed in more than 1.8 million electronic voting machines (EVMs), it would take a few hours to know how the reflections of the people.
With 20 lok sabha seats, Kerala is one of the key player in the government formation at the centre. Even though, the main battle is between the Congress and Left Parties, BJP do play a very important role in the 2014 election. With single phase polling held on 10th April, the poll percentage was too high leaving things unpredictable. With 160 counting stations set in 29 centres across the state, the counting of votes will commence at 8 am onwards. Even though the early trends will be available just after the commencement of counting, it would take couple of hours to know the exact results.
Live counting, trends and updates will be available on official websites of the election commission like http://eci.nic.in/ and www.trend.kerala.gov.in. Election results 2014 will be available live on Asianet News, Manorama News, Reporter TV, Mathurbhumi TV, Indian Vision, People TV and other news channels. The trend of the results can be accessed through the website www.trend.kerala.gov.in or by downloading the application Kerala Election Trend from Google play store. With Mavelikkara constituency with the lowest number of candidates would be the first in number to give out the results.
The election commission has taken all steps to run the counting process in tight security. With restricted passes inside the counting centres, restrictions for mobile phones, except for select polling officials have also been imposed. The counting of the postal ballots will take place in the first phase. An extra vigil in all counting centres particularly in sensitive locations in Kasaragod, Kannur and Vadakara is being ensured by the police. A team of 56 observers have been appointed for the counting in each counting centres with 50 counting staffs deployed in various duties as counting observers, counting assistants and micro observers.
Election Live of News Channels
The news channels in Kerala with advanced and equipped facilities would keep the voters intact on the counting day. To catch the live actions of the counting of votes, tune your TV to any one of the TV channels. If you wish to know the results live on your desktop or tablet, just visit the following official websites of the popular news channels in Kerala.