21 counting facilities have been arrange in 11 districts for the counting of votes on Tuesday for 70 seats in Delhi Assembly. Voting for the meeting was held on February 8. After this, EVMs are saved in robust rooms made at 21 counting facilities and there’s a lot of safety within the surrounding areas. According to the data acquired by the Delhi Election Officer Office on Monday, strict safety preparations have been made to keep away from any untoward incident throughout the counting of votes.
Three-tier safety preparations have been made on the time of counting. Delhi police, residence guards and paramilitary forces shall be deployed. <! –
According to the police, 50 groups have been saved secure to take care of the state of affairs of any untoward incident throughout the counting of votes. Each staff consists of 40 to 45 jawans. Three counting facilities have been arrange within the North Western district. The votes of two Rithala and Kirari two assemblies shall be counted in Chhotu Ram Institute of Rural Technology at Ghevra on Narela Road. There shall be a counting of Mundaka Assembly at Sarvodaya Kanya Vidyalaya in Karaala.
The ITI situated at Pocket B of Mangolpuri Industrial Area Phase I’ll have the rely of Sultanpur Majra and Mangolpuri Assembly. There shall be counting of Shalimar Bagh and Trinagar meeting in Kasturba Institute of Technology and Guru Gokshwad Singh College situated in Muni Maya Ram Jain Marg in Pitampura. The votes of the Gokulpur, Mustafabad and Karawalnagar assemblies within the North Eastern district shall be counted within the new constructing of ITI at Nand Nagri.
The votes of Seelampur and Ghonda Assembly shall be counted in GBSSS at Shastri Park close to Pushta Road. The votes of the seven seats in Central District, Burari, Timarpur, Sadar Bazar, Chandni Chowk, Matia Mahal, Ballimaran and Karol Bagh shall be counted at Sir CV Raman Industrial Training Institute, Dhirpur. Counting facilities have been arrange at two locations for counting the 5 meeting constituencies of South District. These embody the Jija Bai Industrial Training Institute for Women situated at Vote Sirifort Road in Malviya Nagar, Mehrauli and Chhatarpur, and the counting of votes of Deoli and Ambedkar Nagar at Veer Chandra Singh Sah Garhwali Sarvodaya Bal Vidyalaya at J Block, Saket.
Counting of seven seats in South West district shall be held at two locations. These embody Vote of Vikaspuri, Matiala, Najafgarh and Palam, Integrated Institute of Technology (IIT) at Dwarka's Sector Nine Road, whereas Uttamnagar, Dwarka and Bijwasan's counting will happen on the Government Secondary Education Higher Secondary School at Sector Six (Site..1), Dwarka. The counting of Trilokpuri, Kondli, Patpadganj, Laxmi Nagar, Krishna Nagar and Gandhi Nagar within the Eastern District shall be held within the Commonwealth Games village close to Akshardham.
The seven seats within the West District shall be from the Nangloi Jat, Motinagar, Madipur, Rajouri Garden, Hari Nagar, Tilak Nagar and Janakpuri assemblies on the Subhash Technological University (NSUT) in Sector-Three of Vote Dwarka. Four facilities have been created to rely the votes of the eight seats within the northern district. Among them, counting of Adarshnagar, Shakur Basti, Wazirpur and Model Town shall be finished at Sarvodaya Kanya Vidyalaya in Bharat Nagar. The Bawana Assembly shall be counted on the Rajiv Gandhi Stadium in Bawana and the Government Sarvodaya Vidyalaya in DDA Sector B-4, Narela, Narela. Votes shall be counted for Guru Nanak Polytechnic Badli and Rohini meeting segments in Rohini's Sector-15.
The six seats in New Delhi district's Patel Nagar, Delhi Cantt, Rajendra Nagar, New Delhi, RK Puram and Greater Kailash assemblies shall be counted on the Atal Adarsh Bengali Girls School in Gol Market. Five seats of Shahdara district shall be held in ITI's outdated constructing at Vote Nand Nagri of Vishwas Nagar, Shahdara, Seemapuri, Rohtas Nagar and Babarpur assemblies. Two facilities have been created for the counting of seven seats within the southeast district. These embody Jungpura, Kasturba Nagar and the counting heart of Okhla at Kalini Colony of Maharani Bagh, Meera Institute of Child Technology situated at Eastern Avenue Road and GB Pant Institute of Technology at Shyam Nagar, Okhla Faiz Three in Sangam Bihar, Kalkaji, Tughlakabad and Badarpur. Will be finished in
This time a complete of 672 candidates have been within the fray for the Delhi Assembly, out of which 593 are male and 79 feminine candidates. There are usually not a single feminine candidate in twenty-three assemblies. There have been a complete of 1 crore 47 lakh 86 thousand 382 voters for this time meeting elections. Among these, there have been 81 lakh 50 thousand 236 male voters and 66 lakh 80 thousand 277 feminine. 62.62 per cent of male voters and 62.55 per cent of females exercised their franchise. A complete of 62.59 % voters have forged their vote, which is about 5 % lower than the 2015 meeting elections of 67.49 %. However, practically two % extra voters forged their votes than the final election held final 12 months. The predominant contest is between the ruling Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Congress. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is attempting his luck from New Delhi for the third consecutive time. Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia can be within the fray for the third consecutive time from Patpargadge.