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    The Lok Sabha election results are expected to be announced by Tuesday afternoon. The main players in the election, including BJP, Congress, and BRS, are confident about their chances of winning maximum seats. Congress is hopeful of getting double-digit seats, while BJP also expects to get double digits. BRS is aiming to win 3 to 4 seats.

    There are concerns about the vote counting process, with some alleging tampering of EVMs. Parties have deployed technical experts as agents at counting centres and are closely monitoring the process. Senior leaders have been advised to visit counting centres and compare details in the 17C form, which is crucial for counting agents.

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    Chief Minister A Revanth Reddy has instructed party leaders to closely monitor the counting of votes round-wise and report any doubts to Election Officers. Tallying the count of votes polled in each EVM with the details in the 17C form is a key challenge for parties. Agents have the right to stop counting if there are any errors in the tally.

    CM Revanth Reddy, along with other party leaders, held a zoom meeting to ensure strong arrangements at counting centres on behalf of Congress. Minister P Srinivasa Reddy expressed concerns about potential mismanagement of EVMs during counting and emphasized the importance of cautious action by the Congress party.

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