New Delhi, February 8, 2020:
According to the Election Commission of India (ECI), the voter turnout for the Delhi Assembly elections stood at 54.15 percent on Saturday.
Voting for the election of a new government in Delhi took place today from 8 am. More than 1.47 crore citizens are eligible to exercise their voting exercise today and decide the fate of Delhi.
It may be mentioned here that more than 1.47 crore total registered voters in the city include 8.11 million males, 6.7 million females, 869 of the third gender, 11,608 service voters, and 204,830 senior citizens (aged 80 years or more), according to Delhi CEO Office.
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Congress are the main contenders in the Delhi elections. The BJP has raised the anti-CAA protests as one of the poll issues while the AAP has raised development as its polling plank. Arvind Kejriwal is hopeful that Delhi will vote for AAP following the development work it has done in the capital. The election results will be declared on February 11.
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