On Saturday, 1.47 crore voters are going to make use of their franchise to elect a brand new authorities for 70 seats of Delhi Assembly.
new Delhi: On Saturday, 1.47 crore voters will train their franchise for 70 seats within the Delhi Assembly. More than 75 thousand armed personnel of paramilitary drive together with Delhi Police, Home Guards have been deployed on the scene. Zee News's protection of Delhi elections continues repeatedly from 6 am. Our 70 reporters are giving immediate updates of 70 seats of Delhi Assembly.
Delhi's Chief Electoral Officer Ranbir Singh mentioned, "A complete of 13750 polling stations have been arrange for 70 meeting seats. <! –
Many polling stations have been made best polling stations. In this, particular preparations have been made together with primary services for the voters. Special selfie factors have been made at many polling cubicles. These factors have been specifically made on the voting theme the place voters can take selfies after casting their votes. "
Metro service from four am
Today in Delhi, the metro is providing its companies from 4 o'clock within the morning. This has been accomplished by the Delhi Metro with a view to facilitate polling personnel to achieve their scheduled obligation locations. The Election Commission has taken a number of steps within the nationwide capital for honest and easy voting. This time, the fee has taken care of public companies like consuming water and bogs for voters. Provision for postal poll has additionally been made for previous voters.
These giants are within the fray
In the 2015 meeting elections, the Aam Aadmi Party obtained 67 whereas the BJP obtained solely three seats. Congress account was additionally not open. The destiny of many veterans of the Aam Aadmi Party occasion will likely be determined within the EVMs today. The Chief Minister of Delhi is contesting from the New Delhi seat. Deputy CM Manish Sisodia from Patpatganj, Ministers Saurabh Bhardwaj, Satyendra Jain are within the fray. The counting of votes will happen on 11 February.