Hi Bengalees! Hope you all are doing well and enjoying this extremely hot day. Well! Thrilling Tuesday is back along with today’s results of West Bengal Banga Lakshmi Torsha Lottery Results, 10th September 2K19. The West Bengal will unleash the lotto results today @4 PM on the official lottery website. And, by 4:30 PM the partakers will have all the true-blue conclusions.
The West Bengal State Government has approved this lottery system and designates the Lottery Department as the superintendent of the entire system. The Lottery Department conducts a single lottery session each & every single day of the week. There are a total number of 7 opportunities to turn out to be the millionaire in a week.
Those 7 West Bengal Lotteries are~ Banga Lakshmi Teesta, Torsha, Raidak, Bangashree, Bhumi Ajay, Damodar, and Ichamati.
WEST BENGAL BANGA LAKSHMI TORSHA RESULTS
The first prize winner will get the jackpot prize of worth ₹26 lacs while the second and third kitty prizes are worth ₹9,000 & ₹500 respectively.
We’re done with the facts and principles of the West Bengal Lottery system. Without wasting much time anymore, I would rather like to take you to the Banga Lakshmi Torsha result trip. I’ll start from the last prize winner & push on to the first prize winner of the day!
The Fifth Prize worth ₹120
Here comes the Fourth Prize worth ₹250
Now we’ve the Third Prize worth ₹500
Today’s Second Prize worth ₹9,000
Here’s the Consolation Prize worth ₹1,000
Finally, the First Prize worth ₹26 lacs
Though we’re here to provide you with the precise lottery results still it’s an amiable advise for all the contenders to always cross-verify the results from the official lottery website. What do you need to do? Just visit the website and thereby choosing categories & sub-categories, you’ll get to the PDF/DBF file containing the winner list.
This was all for today’s lottery session. We’ll be back to you again with tomorrow’s Banga Lakshmi Raidak session. Till then enjoy & have fun! Stay Connected with us for more updates of West Bengal Lotteries 2019.