New Delhi: The Kerala State Government operates Kerala State Lotteries (also known as Kerala Lottery), a lottery program. It was the first of its type in India when it was established in 1967 under the lottery division of the Government of Kerala. Other states quickly imitated it, and it quickly gained notoriety across the country.
Based on the lucky draw, certain random numbers of lottery tickets are chosen. The location of the ticket on the ticket determines the reward amount, as stated in the table above. As you can see, the payoff is appealing, but so is the danger, and you have to be fortunate to come out on top.
On the draw day of a particular lottery, Kerala lottery drawings are held every week at 3 o’clock. The lottery department posts the lottery draw results in a pdf file on the Kerala Lotteries website at 4:30 PM on the same day.
The file includes the totals for each prize’s daily winners. The Kerala Government Gazette also publishes the Kerala lottery results. The lottery tickets must be returned by the prize winners within 30 days of the draw date and the winning numbers must match the results published in the Gazette.
How to check the Kerala Lottery Results?
Visit the administration’s official website. Next, choose the “Lottery Result” button in the homepage’s centre. For all current dates, a list with the most recent lottery draw results will be displayed. There is a list of today’s Kerala Karunya Lottery Result File. Select the “View” link that is located next to the name of the specific lottery. You will next be presented with a PDF file containing the names of the Kerala Lottery Winners organised by number.
All corporate lotteries were outlawed in the state in 1967, and the Kerala State Lotteries Department was established by the state government to manage the lottery industry. ‘P. K. Kunju Sahib’, the state’s former finance minister, was the inspiration for the creation of the new department. The program’s objectives were to increase government revenue without upsetting the public while also giving individuals jobs.