AAP chief Sanjay Singh questions EC about voting proportion

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Raj Express Voting for the Delhi Assembly elections has been held on 8 February. After this, exit polls have began coming, by which there are indicators of the formation of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) authorities. At the identical time, the Election Commission has not but launched voting proportion. On which AAP chief Sanjay Singh questioned the EC and stated, why the voting proportion was not launched even after 24 hours of voting.

Aam Aadmi Party chief Sanjay Singh stated, Delhi has 70 Vidhan Sabha however the voting proportion has not been launched even after 24 hours of voting. The Election Commission ought to clarify why there’s such a delay?

Sanjay Singh stated that the Delhi elections have been held yesterday, for the primary time within the historical past of 70 years, the Election Commission was not prepared to inform what proportion of the turnout was accomplished. <! –

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Aam Aadmi Party convenor Arvind Kejriwal stated, even after 24 hours of voting, voting percentages weren’t launched. What is the Election Commission doing? Why are they not releasing the ballot figures even after a number of hours of voting?

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