Delhi Assembly Elections: Voters gathered at cubicles in Shaheen Bagh, lengthy queues began

by Jeremy Spirogis
Delhi Assembly Elections: Voters gathered at booths in Shaheen Bagh, long queues started

new Delhi. There is plenty of pleasure in regards to the meeting elections in Shaheen Bagh, which grew to become the topic of dialogue since December 15, in protest in opposition to the Citizenship Amendment Act. Voters began arriving on the polling sales space in Shaheen Bagh space beneath Okhla Assembly seat from Saturday morning. The Election Commission has declared 5 seats right here as delicate.

Despite this, there’s a big crowd of voters for voting on the polling stations right here. There is a lot crowd of voters in these areas that about half a kilometer lengthy queue of voters stood in Shaheen Public School. Numerous voters are additionally seen within the remaining cubicles. <! –

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Due to the voting, individuals are not seen on the protest website today and there’s silence. Only a number of individuals are current within the pandal. The roads listed below are jammed since 15 December. People are having bother commuting. Recently, there was a firing incident after which the environment grew to become extra severe. The Aam Aadmi Party has fielded Amanatullah Khan, Bharatiya Janata Party Brahm Singh and Congress Parvez Hashmi from Okhla Assembly seat.

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