Voting for the Delhi Assembly elections has been held on 8 February.
new Delhi: On the second day of voting in Delhi, the Election Commission has launched the ultimate figures of Vote Percentage. The state recorded 62.59 p.c polling. The highest turnout was 71.6% in Ballimaran and the bottom 45.4% in Delhi Cantt. Chief Electoral Officer Ranbir Singh made it clear that attributable to late evening counting, it was delayed in releasing the ultimate figures of voting proportion.
The Election Commission stated that the voting proportion of meeting elections in Delhi is about 2% greater than the earlier Lok Sabha elections.
The Election Commission had not launched the ultimate vote proportion until 24 hours after the voting for the Delhi Assembly elections on 8 February. <! –
The Aam Aadmi Party raised questions on this. Regarding the identical matter, the Election Commission held a press convention at 7 pm today and launched the legislative voting proportion in entrance of the media.
When the voting proportion was not launched, Delhi Chief Minister and AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal wrote in his tweet, "It is absolutely shocking." What is the Election Commission doing? Why are they not releasing the ballot figures even after a number of hours of voting?
Attacking the Election Commission and the Bharatiya Janata Party, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia stated, 'BJP leaders are giving voting figures. On the opposite hand, the Election Commission has not been in a position to inform what proportion of voting happened until 24 hours after the top of voting. Saying that information is being collected proper now. What is happening in Delhi Election Commission? Do you must meet the ultimate vote of BJP workplace? '
Sanjay Singh raised questions
Questioning the Election Commission, AAP chief Sanjay Singh stated that why the ultimate figures weren’t launched? BJP has additionally surrounded Aam Aadmi Party on the problem of EVM.
BJP surrounded AAP
On the opposite hand, BJP chief Kapil Mishra stated that by elevating the EVMs, the Aam Aadmi Party is insulting the individuals of Delhi. Mishra stated, "Aam Aadmi Party is looking unhappy even after winning the exit poll".
Results on 11 February
The outcomes of the Delhi Assembly elections will come on 11 February. Before this there was a panic within the politics of Delhi. BJP is repeatedly claiming victory, whereas the Aam Aadmi Party is fearing tampering with EVM.