The state of Manipur shows a lot of participation in lotteries. Only 13 states in India are allowed to conduct lotteries. It is legal in Kerala, Goa, Sikkim, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, West Bengal, Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Manipur, Nagaland and Mizoram. Out of all the lotteries conducted, Manipur Singam Plumeia Evening Lottery is a popular weekly lottery.
The ticket face value is ₹ 6. The first prize winner of the Manipur Lottery gets to take home ₹ 27 lakhs. The second prize winner gets ₹ 5,000. The third prize winner of the Manipur Lottery gets to take home ₹ 1000, and the 4th prize is of ₹ 700, the 5th prize winner of the Manipur Lottery gets to take home ₹ 500 whereas a consolation prize of ₹ 10,000 is also given to Manipur Lottery ticket holders with matching serial numbers.
Singam Plumeia Evening Lottery results are announced at 08:00 pm and can be checked on the official website. Manipur also conducts a morning and afternoon lottery at 11:55 am and 04:00 pm respectively. The 04:00 pm lottery is commonly known as Manipur Singham Vinca Day lottery. The 11.55 am morning lottery is commonly known as Manipur Singam Tagetes morning lottery. The prizes of the three lotteries are ₹ 27 lakhs. The winners need to produce a valid authentication at the Director of Manipur Lottery office in Imphal to receive the winning amount.
The lottery is conducted by the Director of Manipur Lottery, Sajenthong, Imphal, Manipur - 462004. Players can buy tickets from an authorised lottery retailer. To claim the lottery prize, winners have to download a claim form or fill up the claim form in an offline mode before submitting it to the Director of Manipur Lottery.
The state of Manipur has shown huge participation in lotteries. A large number of people try their luck to take home large sums of money. But there are certain things that they must keep in mind. The tickets that the Manipur Lottery winners carry have to be intact and without any damage. The presentation of a mutilated ticket will not be accepted, and he/she shall not be given the prize money. Also, the lottery ticket should not be torn or damaged. The winner should carry a proper identification card along with passport size photographs.