The Election Commission has said that 2364 halls have been created this time as compared to 1002 counting halls in the 2016 elections. In this way, the counting hall has been increased by more than 200 percent. This has been done in view of the safeguards against the corona virus.
The Election Commission has appointed 822 review officers and more than 7000 assistant review officers for counting of votes in five states. About 95,000 counting officers will be counted in the counting to be held on May 2.
Let us tell you that five states have voted for 294 seats in West Bengal, 234 in Tamil Nadu, 126 in Assam, 140 in Kerala and 30 assembly seats in Puducherry. West Bengal held the highest number of elections in eight phases. Where votes were cast on April 29 for the last phase. Now the votes are to be counted in these states on Sunday. The counting of votes will begin at 8 am.