Kerala lottery Sthree Sakthi SS-145 results 2019 declared at | First prize Rs 60 lakh won by Palakkad resident

Kerala lottery result 2019: The Kerala Sthree Sakthi lottery SS 145 results 2019 were declared by the Directorate of Kerala State Lotteries on the official website today, 19 February, following a draw held at Gorky Bhavan in Thiruvananthapuram.
The Kerala Lottery Sthree Sakthi SS-145 results live announcement started at 3 pm following which the complete winner list was released at 4.30 pm after the conclusion of the draw.
The Kerala Sthree Sakthi SS 145 lottery carries a bumper prize of Rs 60 lakh, which was won by a ticket holder from Palakkad.
A prize of Rs 5 lakh will be given to the second-placed ticket number while the third prize is worth Rs 5,000 given to 12 winners each.
There are 11 consolation prizes of Rs 8,000 each for tickets from different series but matching the winning number.
In the last draw, the bumper prize was won by a ticket holder from Kollam.
How to check Kerala Sthree Sakthi Lottery SS-145 results 2019:
– Log on to the official website
– Click on the ‘Lottery Result’ tab on the homepage
– Click on ‘Sthree Sakthi (SS-145)’ tab
– The winner list can be downloaded in PDF format. Check your lottery number against the list.
List of winners of first, second, third and consolation prizes:
First prize:
SJ 908313 (PALAKKAD)
Second prize:
SB 499619 (THRISSUR)
Third prize:
0121 0468 0640 1067 3242
4969 6115 6686 7117 7146
7979 9209
Consolation prize:
SA 908313 SB 908313 SC 908313 SD 908313
SE 908313 SF 908313 SG 908313 SH 908313
SK 908313 SL 908313 SM 908313
Ticket holders are advised to access the official Kerala Lottery website to check the result.
Due to a huge number of visitors on the official website, some ticket holders may face technical issues in checking the lottery results. In such a scenario, people are advised to refresh the result page after a short while.
Winning tickets have to be surrendered within 30 days. The winners can claim the prize money from any lottery shop in the state if the amount is less than Rs 5,000.
If the amount exceeds Rs 5,000, the tickets will have to be surrendered before a bank or the government lottery office with valid ID proofs.

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