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Kerala Karunya Plus KN-402 lottery result 2022: First prize winner gets Rs 80 lakh, check full list here | Here’s how to claim prize money

You can check the result by clicking on the official website of the Kerala State Lottery Department- keralalotteryresult.net. Apart from these, the results are also published in the Kerala Government Gazette.

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Karunya KR-536 Kerala lottery result

Kerala Lottery State Department has announced the winners of the Karunya Plus KN-402 lottery on January 6 at 3 pm at Gorky Bhavan, near Bakery Junction, in the state capital Thiruvananthapuram.

The winner of the first prize is PJ 839676 and will be getting Rs 80 lakh. The winner of the second prize is PG 790013 and will be getting Rs 10 lakh. The winners of the third prize are PA 504902 PB 795956 PC 255310 PD 385147 PE 758296 PF 357737 PG 489863 PH 169409 PJ 927855 PK 830096 PL 604259 PM 765759 and will get Rs 1 lakh.

You can check the result by clicking on the official website of the Kerala State Lottery Department- keralalotteryresult.net. Apart from these, the results are also published in the Kerala Government Gazette.

Here’s the list of winners.

The winners of the consolation prize are PA 839676 PB 839676 PC 839676 PD 839676 PE 839676 PF 839676 PG 839676 PH 839676 PK 839676 PL 839676 PM 839676 and will get Rs 8,000.

The fourth prize winners are 0041 0620 1393 1726 2748 3628 4530 4903 6759 6797 6903 7148 7323 8494 8660 8945 9143 9759 and will get Rs 5000.

The fifth prize winners are 0167 0337 0491 0988 0993 2042 2380 2639 2667 2773 2809 3091 3121 3315 3449 3979 4946 5181 5202 5552 5669 5823 5938 6052 6112 6752 7188 7553 7725 7809 8047 8148 9142 9660 and will get Rs 1000.

The sixth prize winners are 0007 0192 0219 0848 0904 1010 1179 1303 1349 1596 1621 1693 1744 2001 2005 2036 2097 2215 2335 2433 2613 3005 3082 3357 3379 3653 3689 3761 3833 3893 3924 4001 4081 4087 4321 4489 4569 4584 4769 4916 4981 5248 5431 5474 6092 6324 6337 6365 6398 6509 6689 6751 6758 6819 6911 6963 7259 7661 7702 7890 7973 8026 8296 8322 8460 8576 8667 8834 8870 8890 8930 9303 9428 9463 9474 9497 9709 9748 9857 9979 and will get Rs 500.

The seventh prize winners are 0067 0112 0126 0146 0183 0330 0529 0655 0749 0902 0931 0968 1063 1187 1321 1402 1440 1549 1551 1568 1594 1626 1700 1781 1891 1894 2196 2313 2330 2453 2474 2493 2652 2705 2727 2917 2935 2944 3023 3186 3240 3364 3396 3432 3454 3483 3502 3514 3564 3611 3621 4011 4064 4074 4103 4127 4167 4229 4597 4705 4845 5107 5120 5124 5157 5462 5491 5695 5750 5758 5811 5813 5835 5843 5899 5924 6119 6206 6228 6237 6255 6328 6381 6457 6710 6762 6772 6861 6920 6924 6929 7057 7135 7272 7456 7461 7527 7529 7699 7783 7861 7867 7877 7908 8014 8243 8318 8563 8707 8786 8838 8855 8894 8899 8916 8921 8946 9036 9053 9057 9232 9421 9422 9484 9499 9819 and will get Rs 100.

How to claim prize money?

Winners of the Karunya Plus KN-402 lucky draw must check the Kerala lottery results published in the Kerala Government Gazette to verify their winning tickets.

They must report to the Kerala lottery office in Thiruvananthapuram with their tickets and identification evidence within 30 days if they find their ticket number in the published gazette.

The verification process should be completed within 30 days following the announcement of the results.

Those who have won less than Rs 5,000 in a lottery can claim their reward money at any lottery shop in Kerala.

Those who have won more than Rs 5,000 must present their tickets to a bank or government lottery office with their identification papers in order to make a claim.

Where can you purchase the Kerala Lottery Ticket?

The first lottery department was set up in 1967 in Kerala and released its first lottery ticket on November 1 the same year. The ticket valued at Re 1 carried the first prize of Rs 50,000. The first draw took place on January 26, 1968.

The department now rolls out seven weekly lotteries—Pratheeksha, Dhanasree, Win-Win, Akshaya, Bhagyanidhi, Karunya, and Pournami lotteries—and six bumper lotteries.

Interested candidates can participate in the lottery by purchasing tickets from any Taluk lottery office in the state, which cost Rs 40 each. Punalur (Kollam district), Kattappana (Idukki district), and Thamarassery (Thamarassery district) are the three lottery offices in Kerala (Kozhikode district).

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi reveals plan for ambitious 2047 Viksit Bharat project, says work for the project has been ongoing for last 2 years

The Prime Minister said that he does not mean to scare or suppress anyone, but rather has plans to make India a developed nation by 2047.

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A day after the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) released its election manifesto, which aims at building a Viksit Bharat, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in an interview with the media, outlined his vision for India’s development by 2047. He also addressed concerns raised by the opposition parties, who suggest that the BJP might seek to amend the Constitution if re-elected in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave his assurance to the people that they do not need to fear when he said that he has big plans for the country in his election speeches. Explaining statement, the Prime Minister said that he does not mean to scare or suppress anyone, but rather has plans to make India a developed nation by 2047.

Speaking to the media, PM Modi said, when he says that he has big plans, no one should be scared. He said he does not take decisions to scare or run-over anyone, he takes decisions for the wholesome development of the country. He added the government always says they have done everything.  He said he did not believe that he had done everything. He added he had tried to do everything in the right direction, yet there is so much he needed to do, because he saw that his country has so many needs.

The Prime minister asked how did he fulfill the dreams of every family? He said this is the reason why he said this has been a trailer. PM Modi said he had been working on the ambitious 2047 Viksit Bharat project for the past two years. And for that, he asked for opinions and suggestions from people across India.  He said he had taken suggestions from more than 15 lakh people on how they want to see India in the coming 25 years.

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Kangana Ranaut meets Dalai Lama in Dharamshala shares pictures on social media ahead of Lok Sabha elections, post goes viral

The Bollywood actor met Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama in Himachal Pradesh’s Dharamshala and said it as one of the most memorable moments of her life.

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The Bollywood actor and BJP candidate for the Mandi Lok Sabha seat met Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama in Himachal Pradesh’s Dharamshala on Monday. She said it as one of the most memorable moments of her life. Kangana Ranaut also shared pictures on social media.

The Lok Sabha elections in Himachal Pradesh are scheduled for June 1, marking the seventh phase of elections to elect four members of the 18th Lok Sabha. As the voting day is still over a month away, candidates contesting in the 4 constituencies are actively participating in various campaign activities. Among them, the BJP’s star candidate Kangana Ranaut, who is contesting from Mandi against Congress’s Vikramaditya Singh, is leaving no stone unturned to win the votes of the people.

Kangana Ranaut also shared what Dalai Lama told her during the meeting. She said, his Holiness ji said that he enjoys being in Himachal Pradesh and absolutely loves Bharat. She said this is such a privilege and such an honour. After her meeting with the spiritual leader, the actor told the media that it was divine. She said it was an experience which she will cherish all her life. She thought it is exceptional to be in the presence of such a being who has sheer divinity around him. She said it was very emotional for her and ex-CM Jairam Thakur. She added she will cherish this experience all her life.

Earlier, Kangana Ranaut slammed Himachal Pradesh minister Vikramaditya Singh for calling her the queen of controversies while she was addressing a poll rally in Mandi. She said, Yeh tumhare baap-dada ki riyasat nahin hai, ke tum mujhe dara, dhamka ke vapis bhej doge. She further added this is the new Bharat of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, where a small, poor boy who used to sell tea is the biggest hero and pradhan sevak of the people.

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Election Commission records highest inducement seizure of Rs 4,650 crore ahead of Lok Sabha election

The Election Commission of India records highest inducement seizure of Rs 4,650 in 75-years of history.

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The Election Commission of India (ECI) announced on Monday that the upcoming Lok Sabha elections are expected to witness the highest ever seizures of inducements.

According to a notification from the poll board, enforcement agencies had already seized a record Rs 4,650 crore before the first round of polling, which is yet to start. This was a significant increase over the Rs 3,475 crores seized during the entire Lok Sabha election in 2019.

As part of a level playing field, the Election Commission said that the enhanced seizures reflect ECI’s unwavering commitment to monitor inducements and curb electoral malpractices, particularly in favour of smaller and less resourceful parties.

Significantly, narcotics and drugs, which are the Commission’s main focus, account for 45% of the seizures. The poll body continued, the seizures have been made possible by thorough planning, increased cooperation and coordinated deterrent action by agencies, proactive public participation, and optimal use of technology.

The commission also made statistics on the distribution of inducements that were seized available for public consumption by state. With a seizure of over Rs 778 crore, Rajasthan topped the list. Gujarat came in second with Rs 605 crore, and Maharashtra came in third with roughly Rs 431 crore.

When announcing the polls last month, Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) Rajiv Kumar highlighted money power as one of the 4M challenges, along with money, muscle, misinformation, and Model Code of Conduct violations.

Use of black money, over and above political financing and accurate disclosure thereof, may disturb the level playing field in favor of a more resourceful party or candidate in specific geographies, the panel stated in its statement released on Monday.

The poll authority claims that the seizures are an essential part of the ECI’s resolve to hold fair elections for the Lok Sabha that are free from electoral malpractices and inducements.

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