Assembly Election 2021: Step-by-step guide to check results on ECI website and app
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Assembly Election 2021: Step-by-step guide to check results on ECI website and app


The counting day for Assembly Election Results 2021 in four states and one union territory has finally come. All eyes are on the outcome of the results. The counting of votes will take place for West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Assam, and Puducherry assembly elections 2021 today.
The Election Commission will start releasing result trends from 8 am onwards on its website and app. Those who are keenly interested in checking the progress on the go may track it easily using the ECI site and app.
Besides emerging trends and the final results, the ECI website will also provide multi-dimensional analysis for the assembly seats in 4 states – West Bengal, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, and Assam, and Union Territory Puducherry.
Though the early trends would predict most of the results, the counting of votes will only be completed by evening. Check here the step-by-step guide to check Assembly Election Results on the ECI website and Election Commission App.

Election Results on ECI website

Visit the official website of ECI – https://results.eci.gov.in/.
Click on the link that reads ‘General assembly elections 2021’ result.
A new window will appear.
Results of Assembly Elections 2021 for preferred state and Union Territory will be displayed on your screen.

Election Results on ECI App

Visit Google Play Store or Apple App Store and download the Voter Helpline app.
Submit your credentials for registration.
You can either skip this or register on the app.
Once done, go to the ‘results’ option on the homepage to find the results for ‘Assembly Elections 2021’.


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