Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Results: Google And Prasar Bharti's YouTube Landing Page Offers Live Results In 14 Languages


You could watch real-time live streaming of Lok Sabha elections 2019 on YouTube, without remaining glued to TV channels.

Written By Tech Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Lok Sabha election results 2019 that are now a few hours from being declared on 23 May do not require you remaining glued to the many TV news channels that are claiming non-stop and speedy coverage of the numbers that would decide the next Prime Minister of the country. In this regard, you could even use YouTube to get continuous coverage in case you find it tough to remain glued to the TV or are travelling for a variety of reasons; through your mobile devices. Google has in fact offered an official channel for this. 

Google and Prasar Bharti would offer exclusive livestream of the election results trends on YouTube. You could also check out the official YouTube application for the livestream of Lok Sabha election results.  

This dedicated YouTube live streaming would also let you watch the election results in as many as 14 different Indian languages. Prasar Bharti’s Shashi Shekhar Vempati stated that the live stream section would have another window to guide viewers to the livestream in the regional languages.  

On 23 May, you should be able to watch the livestream of Lok Sabha 2019 elections on YouTube, just by accessing the webpage or through the official app. Trends from the elections would be updated dynamically on the YouTube landing page.  

At this juncture, it is worth noting that most of the recent exit polls have given the BJP-led NDA a clear majority to form the next government. However, the final tally of votes accumulated would be clear only after the overall counting process. 

Also, with Prasar Bharti and Google enjoying a decent reputation with respect to brand value and trustability, their livestream channel on YouTube appears to be a safe bet rather than rely on third-party services.  

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