New Delhi: The Delhi Election Commission has launched the ballot knowledge a day after the voting for the meeting elections in Delhi. Releasing the ultimate polling knowledge, senior officers gave this info on Sunday. According to the Delhi Election Commission, the turnout within the Delhi Assembly elections was 62.59%. According to the Commission, that is about 2% greater than within the final Lok Sabha elections.
Delhi's Chief Electoral Officer Ranbir Singh stated that the utmost polling was recorded at 71.6 % in Ballimaran Assembly constituency, whereas the bottom polling was recorded at Delhi Cantonment with 45.four %.
Delhi Chief Electoral Officer Ranbir Singh: The highest voter turnout was recorded in Ballimaran meeting constituency at 71.6 per cent whereas the bottom voter turnout was recorded in Delhi Cantonment at 45.four per cent. #DelhiAssemblyPolls
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Regarding the delay in declaring the voting share, he stated that it takes time to gather all of the figures. <! –
Earlier, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) convenor Arvind Kejriwal questioned the Election Commission on Sunday for not releasing the ultimate voting figures even after 22 hours.
Votes have been solid on Saturday for a complete of 70 seats within the Delhi Assembly. In the yr 2015 meeting elections, 67.47 % voters exercised their franchise. Aam Aadmi Party was anticipated to win simply within the outcomes of exit ballot on Saturday after the vote.