Kerala Lottery Result: Sthree Sakthi SS-169 Results To Be Announced Today; How To Check Your Number
New Delhi : The Kerala Lottery department today will announce the Sthree Sakthi SS-169 Lottery Results on its official website at 3 PM. The Kerala Sthree Sakthi Lottery first prize is worth Rs 60 lakh, while the second and third are of Rs 5 lakh and Rs 5,000 rupees respectively. The consolation prize is Rs 8,000.
The Kerala Sthree Sakthi Lottery draw will be held at the Sree Chithra Home Auditorium in Thiruvananthapuram using a lottery machine. You can check your result on www.keralalotteries.com. The price of a single ticket is Rs 40, while the entire book costs Rs 750.
How to Claim Kerala Lottery Prize Money
If the prize money is less than Rs 5,000, the winners can claim the money from any lottery shop in Kerala. If the amount won is above Rs 5,000, the winners will have to surrender their tickets before a bank or government lottery office with id proofs.
With seven daily and multiple bumpers draws, the lottery is one of the biggest cash flows in Kerala. The state government organizes four festival bumper draws — Onam, Vishu, Christmas and Pooja/Dussehra.
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.
How to check Kerala Sthree Sakthi SS-169 Lottery Results
- Log on to the official website of Kerala Lottery Results; keralalotteries.com
- Click on the ‘Kerala Lottery Result’ tab on the homepage
- Click on “Kerala Sthree Sakthi Lottery” tab
- The winner list can be downloaded in PDF format. Check your lottery number against the list.
About 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.”