Nagaland State Lottery: Dear Flamingo Evening Results at 8 pm

The results for Dear Flamingo Evening Lottery will be out by the Department of State Lotteries of the Government of Nagaland. The results for the lottery will be announced at 8 pm today (Monday). They will be made available on the official website of Nagaland State Lotteries http://www.nagalandlotteries.com/ afterwards.

Although after checking the results, the winners are advised to cross-check the winner lottery numbers from the results published in the Nagaland Government Gazette. Later the participants can claim their prizes by filling a form available on the website.

The first prize winner will receive an amount of Rupees 25,00,000 whereas the winners for the second and third prize will get Rupees 9,000 and Rupees 500 respectively. The fourth price winner will be awarded Rupees 250 while the fifth prize winner will be given Rupees 120. The prize money for the consolation prize winner is Rupees 1,000.

The participants will have to complete the necessary formalities in order to receive their respective prizes by the director of the lottery department. The participants who win prizes must fill a form regarding their details such as - Name, Postal Address, Name of the Lottery, Prize amount, PAN Number, Contact Number and Bank details like Bank Account Number, IFSC code, Name of the Bank, Cancelled Cheques and Branch. Necessary deductions on income tax will be made by the Director of Nagaland State Lotteries before giving the prize money.

Dear Flamingo is a weekly, evening lottery. Apart from this, the Nagaland State Lotteries Department runs six other weekly evening lotteries which are- Dear Ostrich Evening Weekly Lottery, Dear Hawk Evening Weekly Lottery, Dear Falcon Evening Weekly Lottery, Dear Vulture Evening Weekly Lottery, Dear Parrot Evening Weekly Lottery and Dear Eagle Evening Weekly Lottery.

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