Election Results: First of all you can see the results of assembly elections here, this is the direct link.

Election Results: Elections are the biggest festival of democracy. Counting of votes is the most important part of it. It is only through counting of votes that it is decided which party the people have given the mandate to form the government. That is, which party has been given the right to form the government. Therefore, after the elections, the leaders and workers of every party as well as the common people wait to know in whose favor the results of the elections will be. Who is winning and who is losing. Therefore, today we are telling you that if you are also waiting for the results of the assembly elections, then where will you get the first and most reliable information. Let us tell you that the counting of votes for the assembly elections of four states including Chhattisgarh and by-election on one assembly seat of Nagaland will start from 8 am on Sunday (3 December). Postal ballots will be counted first. After this, counting of Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) votes will begin at around 8.30 am. Online results will be released after each round of counting. For this, the Election Commission of India has prepared a web-based Enabling Communication on Real Time Environment (ENCORE) application. Through this, the returning officer will keep updating the results after every round of counting. Chhattisgarh Chief Electoral Officer Reena Babasaheb Kangale has given this information. He told that a meeting was held in the office of the Chief Electoral Officer, in which the preparations related to vote counting were reviewed. He has instructed the officials involved in the counting of votes to get the counting done in a smooth and transparent manner.

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