The 6th Prize is Rs. 1,000/-
Tickets ending with following numbers can claim
1911 4802 2347 3203 9973
8467 6787 8578 0296 0106
8565 8427 6299 4613 1881
8024 9426 7570 6209 6591
4936 0040 7739 6759 4010
3559 9599 7938 8167 6548
6556 9067 3282 1909
The 5th Prize is Rs. 2,000/-
Tickets ending with following serial numbers can claim:
4340 4903 2342 8113 3743
The 4th Prize is Rs. 5,000/-
Ticket ending with following numbers can claim it:
6996 9477 3769 4171 7555
3757 9829 5946 2148 4590
8325 6896 7829 2791 7835
The 3rd Prize is Rs. 1,00,000/-
The winning serial numbers are:
The 2nd Prize is Rs. 5,00,000/-
The winning serial no is
1st Prize is Rs. 80,00,000/-
The winning serial no is
The Kerala Karunya Plus lottery is conducted on Thursdays. The ticket face value is Rs. 40 while the first prize is Rs. 80 lakhs, while the second prize is Rs. 5 lakhs. The third prize is Rs. 1 lakh and there is a consolation prize of Rs. 8,000. The fourth and fifth prizes are Rs. 5,000 and Rs. 2,000 respectively. The sixth prize is Rs. 1,000 while the 7th and 8th prizes are Rs. 500 and Rs. 100 respectively.
The Kerala Karunya Plus KN-256 lottery result will be announced on March 14, 3 pm and the full result would be available at http://www.keralalotteries.com/index.php/quick-view/result 4 pm onwards.
The prize winners are advised to verify the winning numbers with the Kerala lottery results published in the Kerala government Gazette, surrender the winning tickets within 30 days. Winning holder will get the amount after the applicable deduction.
The Kerala State Lotteries included distinctive kinds of lottery draws with different prize structure week after week and few bumper lotteries as well. There are 7 weekly lotteries conducted by Directorate of Kerala State Lottery.
Kerala State Lotteries is a lottery program run by the Government of Kerala. Set up in 1967, under the lottery bureau of the Government of Kerala, it is the first of its kind in India.
In 1967 every private lottery was prohibited and the Government of Kerala began the Kerala State Lotteries. According to their website "The right idea came from the then Finance Minister of Kerala, the late Shri. P. K. Kunju Sahib, who envisaged revenue from the sale of lotteries as a major source of non-tax revenue for the state, at the same time providing a stable income source for the poor and the common.”
The office currently has around 465 representatives under its Directorate situated at Vikas Bhavan at Thiruvananthapuram, 14 District Offices and a Regional Deputy Directorate at Ernakulam. The office which was at first under the Department of Finance was later brought under the Taxes Department. The tickets are printed at the Kerala State Centre for Advanced Printing and Training (C-apt), Trivandrum, Kerala Books and Publications Society, Kakkanad, Kochi and the Government Press, Mannanthala, Trivandrum.