People's demonstrations proceed in Shaheenbagh on the day of Delhi meeting election. Women, kids and the aged have been protesting for 24 hours in protest towards the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) for a few month and a half. Even today individuals are voting with using their franchisees with picketing. As quickly as voting began in Shaheenbagh, there have been lengthy queues. Here individuals are presenting their efficiency in a novel method by placing a hat written 'I Love India' on their vote. So keep tuned to know the most recent updates today.
– Voters gathered to forged votes exterior the polling station
– Voters chanting amongst themselves throughout voting
– View exterior polling station
– Voters queuing as much as vote
-Sharing continues in Shaheen Bagh
Five polling stations delicate
Protests towards the citizenship regulation have been occurring within the Shaheen Bagh space for greater than 50 days. <! –
In view of the protests, the Delhi Election Office has positioned all 5 polling stations within the area in delicate class. Additional vigilance is being exercised at Shaheen Bagh and different delicate polling cubicles together with strict safety preparations.
Let us know that voting has began at eight am on Saturday in all 70 seats of Delhi. Votes can be forged by 6 pm. Votes can be counted on 11 February. The Election Commission has given the slogan 'Dabang of Delhi' to make voters conscious. Maximum 28 candidates are from New Delhi Assembly seat and minimal 4 candidates are in Patel Nagar seat. On the New Delhi seat, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is within the fray as an AAP candidate. In phrases of space, the smallest meeting is Ballimaran and the most important is Narela. The meeting constituency with the least variety of voters is Chandni Chowk and Matiala with the best variety of voters.