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West Bengal Dear Bangalakshmi Teesta Lottery Result Out; Winners

The first prize winner of the Banga Dear Bangalakshmi Teesta Lottery will win a sum of Rupees 26 lakhs

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Lottery Sambad: The result for West Bengal Dear Bangalakshmi Teesta Lottery has been out today.
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The state government of West Bengal has declare the results for West Bengal State Dear Bangalakshmi Teesta Lottery today i.e., 19 August 2019 (Monday). The Government of West Bengal conducts the lottery draw on daily basis. The lottery result is declared on the official website.

The West Bengal Dear Bangalakshmi Teesta Lottery result was announced at 4 pm whereas the participants of the lottery can check the complete result of the lottery from 4:30 pm onwards.

Participants of the lottery can check the live streaming of West Bengal State Banga Laxmi Teesta Lottery on YouTube.

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The winners of the lottery are awarded with cash prizes. The first prize winner of the Banga Dear Bangalakshmi Teesta Lottery will win a sum of Rupees 26 lakhs. The second prize winner will be awarded with Rupees 9,000 whereas the third prize winner of this lottery will win Rupees 500. There are cash prizes for fourth and fifth prizes as well. The fifth prize winner will receive Rupees 250 and the fifth prize winner of the lottery will receive Rupees 120.

There is a consolation prize of Rupees 1000 which is awarded to multiple participants of the lottery.

Dear Bangalakshmi Teesta Prize Winners

  • First prize- 13 C 75296
  • Second prize- 08016, 10463, 20625, 22760, 37322, 39416, 53597, 71201, 78104, 84183
  • Third prize- 1234, 2624, 4265, 6291, 6673, 6810, 6953, 9091, 9474, 9823
Prize winners of West Bengal State Lottery Dear Bangalakshmi Teesta
Prize winners of West Bengal State Lottery Dear Bangalakshmi Teesta
(Photo Coutesy: Lottery Sambad Official)
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The lottery results are sure to change lives of several participants forever. West Bengal Lottery is considered to be one of the best investment schemes in the state without any risk. It is conducted by the state government of West Bengal and thus, is safe.

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