By: Rajesh Vidyasagar | October 22, 2018 | 0:50:17New Delhi, India – An estimated $1.2 billion worth of tickets have been distributed by the government to winners of the Kanaparai lottery.
The winning lottery tickets have the potential to bring about a $1 billion worth in revenue for the government in 2018, officials said.
The Kanaparees have been offering a lottery for more than a decade, and in the past several years have been among the best in the world.
The Kanapars are based in a government-run facility at Kanpur, a major city in the northeastern state of Jharkhand, and the winners receive a ticket worth about $6,500.
The lottery is designed to attract new residents to the city of 500,000 people, and generate business opportunities for the state.
The government hopes that the lottery will encourage residents to spend more time outside their homes.
The winners also will be eligible for subsidies from the state, as well as for tax exemptions and special measures like unemployment benefits.
The government said the winners have the right to a lump sum of up to $100,000, which is guaranteed by the Kanpur High Court.
The state’s government also has an interest in the lottery, and has invested in the Kanarai complex, the government said.
The lottery was launched in 2017 and has a maximum capacity of 20,000 participants.
The winners of Kanaparia teer have been given the option to win a ticket, worth $5,000 each, with the government guaranteeing the prize of up the total value of the tickets, and a percentage of any profit.
They also have the option of buying lottery tickets, if they want to participate in the winning lottery, officials told Reuters.
The winning lottery ticket has been handed out to a random selection of people at a government headquarters in Kanpur in the southern Indian state of Rajasthan, where the lottery was first launched in 2000.
The ticket is being distributed through the state’s Integrated Distribution System, which works on behalf of the government, the state government said in a statement.
“The lottery ticket, which can be used for any purpose, can be redeemed at any public place, such as a store or a hospital, at any time, without any obligation,” the statement said.