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  • Live: Delhi record 65 to 67% Voter turnout till 6PM

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Thank all Delhiites for having voted in such GOOD Number.Hope to see R Delhi now make positive headlines,collaborative not confrontational. Kiran Bedi tweeted

  • Lowest Voter turnout assembly constituency in delhi till 5 PM
  • Lowest Voter turnout assembly constituency in delhi till 5pm

    • Seelampur records highest voter turnout: 72.71 %

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    • 5:00 pm: As voting nears its end, both the BJP and the AAP claim victory.
    • Live: Delhi record 63% Voter turnout till 5PM
    • 4:47: Delhi voter turnout till 4pm: 55.68 per cent
    • 4.21 pm: Less than 2 hours to go till polls close, voters still stream in.
    • 4.18 pm: Around 1.3 crore voters had exercised their franchise by 3 p.m, Election Commission officials said.
    • 4:01 pm: Speaking to a news channel, Chief Election Commissioner HS Brahma expressed confidence that the voting percentage will cross 70% in Delhi Assembly elections.
    • Lowest Voter turnout assembly constituency in delhi till 3PM

    Lowest Voter turnout assembly constituency in delhi till 3pm

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    • Delhi Zone Wise Voting turnout till 3pm

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    4:01AM: Delhi has recorded 51.5 per cent voting turn out till 3 pm.

    3:05 pm: With just hours left before polling comes to a close, Delhiites are coming out in strength to cast their votes. 46% voting has been recorded till 2 pm.

    • 3:05 pm: 40 per cent voting has been recorded till 2 pm in Delhi

    2:38 pm: BJP President Amit Shah holds meeting with party leaders to assess voting in Delhi. Senior leaders Dharmendra Pradhan, Prabhat Jha, Ravi Shankar Prasad among others present in the meeting. Sources say if the voting percentage crosses 65 per cent, it means people across the society are voting and it's good news for the BJP.

    2:35 pm: BJP MP from North-East Delhi Manoj Tiwari claims that his party will win 43+ seats.

    2:10pm Kejriwal tweeted

    Polling slowed down in many places. Long queues. Its taking 2 hrs in some places. Voters returning(1/3)

     

    As per rules, 3 voters r allowed inside booth at a time. They r allowing only 1 voter, which has slowed down voting(2/3)

    Even lunch breaks being taken which is against rules. EC shud immediately intervene(3/3)

    2:01pm AAP files complaint to Election Commission against BJP's Kiran Bedi for violating model code of conduct in Krishna Nagar constituency by holding padhyatra and asking for votes.

    1:54pmUnion Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad says, "People are coming out and voting for a strong government and effective governance. That's why there is a desperation in AAP."

    1:53pm 35.82 per cent voting recorded till 1 PM. Polling percentage

    1:53pm Central Delhi 32.32 per cent, East Delhi 37.41 per cent, New Delhi 32.78 per cent, North Delhi 34 per cent, North East Delhi 38.62 per cent, South Delhi 35.08 per cent, South West Delhi 37.30 per cent, West Delhi 35.84 per cent.

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    1:50 pm: AAP files complaint to Election Commission against Kiran Bedi for violating model code of conduct in Krishna Nagar by holding padyatra and asking for votes.

    1:37pm BJP candidate from New Delhi constituency Nupur Sharma calls AAP an anti-woman party. She alleges that AAP volunteers tried to manhandle her and her girl collegues around 11.45 AM at Princess Park near India Gate. "My uncle's daughter was manhandled. If it would have been me, I would have created a big issue," says Nupur.

    1:37pm  Maneka Gandhi casts her vote

    1:10pm 24 per cent voters exercise their franchise till noon

    12:30pm "Vote for those who do honest politics and can stop bribery.....those parties who have distributed liquor, don't vote for them. Don't vote for the parties those call poll promises a political metaphor," tweets Kejriwal.

    12.10 am: Responding to Arvind Kejriwal's charge that parties have distributed money and liquor last night to influence voters, former CM Shiela Dikshit said, "Hasn't he done that that as well?", adding sarcastically, "One who is caught is the thief."

    • 12:06 am: Area-wise breakup: Central Delhi - 15.75%, New Delhi - 18.8%, West Delhi - 19.54%, South-West Delhi - 21.2%, North-West Delhi - 20.45%, South Delhi - 19.55%

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    12:07pm: Congress leader Sandeep Dikshit confident of the party faring well in the poll. "We will do very well. Surveys are some indication but not the reflection of true picture. Strangely people call AAP a secular front but it''s not. We have to be equidistant from both," says Dikshit.

    12:01pm Former Delhi CM Smt. Sheila Dikshit casts her vote.

    11:48am :BJP leaderJagdish Mukhi reaches polling booth in Janakpuri to cast his vote.

    11:47am :Chief Election Commissioner HS Brahma says the voting is going on fine and teams are there at all places.

    11:41: Former chief minister Sheila Dikshit reaches Nizamuddin to cast her vote. "Let the results come out. We will see who will need what. I've not said we should support. People should vote for good governance."

    • 11:36 am: 19 % voter turnout recorded till 11 AM.
    • 1:30 am: Voting picks up in Delhi. 9.25% votes casted till 10 am

    11:27 am: Congress's Dr. AK Walia casts his vote

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    11:27 am:  "Vote for those who do honest politics and can stop bribery.....those parties who have distributed liquor, don't vote for them. Don't vote for the parties those call poll promises a political metaphor," tweets Kejriwal.

    11:24am: BJP leader Varun Gandhi reaches Nirman Bhawan to cast his vote

    11:10 am: President Pranab Mukherjee's daughter Sharmistha, who is the Congress candidate from Greater Kailash, casts her vote.

    10:55am: Congress candidate Kiran Walia says party is still in the race. "People want a government, they want a government to deliver not just those who talk. Let the results come out, we reside in people's hearts."

    10:40am People of Jhangola village in Narela constituency boycott Delhi polls. No voting registered till now.

    10:35 am: Kiran Bedi visits polling booths in Krishna Nagar, locals allege AAP workers intimidating people to not vote BJP

    10:25 am: I am confident, looking forward to a new Delhi, I will work till the end, we have to make Delhi a world-class city - Kiran Bedi

    • 10:20 am: Polling percentages till 9 am: Central Delhi - 4.3%, New Delhi - 5.1%, North Delhi - 5.6%, East Delhi - 6.2%, North East Delhi - 6.6%, North West Delhi - 6.04%.

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    10:13am: People want freedom from corruption; truth will win, says Arvind Kejriwal

    10:10 am: Arvind Kejriwal casts his vote at a polling booth at Khalsa Girls School, Lodhi Road.

    10:05 am: Rahul Gandhi arrives to cast his vote.

    09:59 BJP candidate from New Delhi constituency Nupur Sharma casts her vote.

    9:52AM 5.64 per cent voting recorded till 9 AM.

    9:34 AM Congress candidate Sharmistha Mukherjee says, "I am wrking towards safety, security, traffic, parking. It is too early to respond but I have got good response so far."

    9:30 AM: Vice President Hamid Ansari Saturday cast his vote in the Delhi assembly elections

    9:20 AM: Kiran Bedi casts her vote - Kiran Bedi, BJP's chief ministerial candidate in Delhi, cast her vote Saturday at a polling booth here and asked people to vote for "clean, literate and safe Delhi". "Today is a historic day for Delhiites. It's the day for them to decide what type of Delhi they want," Bedi said after casting her vote in Uday Park in South Delhi. She urged Delhiites to vote for "clean, literate and safe Delhi". After casting her vote, Kiran Bedi stood on the car roof and posed for the cameras.

     

    8.24 AM: Delhi Votes for 70 Assembly Constituencies -Over 13.3 million voters are eligible to cast their ballot in a contest that has 673 candidates. A total of 11,763 polling booths have been set up across Delhi. The main battle is between the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), while the Congress will try to retain its tally of eight seats.

    8.14 AM: Vote in large numbers, PM urges Delhiites- Prime Minister Narendra Modi Saturday urged the voters in Delhi to exercise their franchise in large numbers in the assembly polls. "As Delhi votes today (Saturday), urging voters to go out and vote in large numbers," the prime minister tweeted. I particularly call upon my young friends to vote in record numbers," another tweet said. Voting for the 70-member Delhi assembly began at 8 a.m. Saturday

    • With pre-poll surveys indicating a tough fight, the BJP has said the election results won't be a referendum on the Narendra Modi-led government at the Centre.
    • A total of 673 candidates are in the fray for the 70-member Assembly. Sixty-three contestants are women.
    • There are over 1.3 crore voters in Delhi out which 59 lakh are females. There are over 2.27 lakh first-time voters.
    • There will be 11,763 polling stations spread across 2,530 locations. Out of these, 741 have been classified as critical while 191 others are highly critical.
    • Security has been beefed up in Delhi to avoid any untoward incident during polling. While 64,000 police personnel had been deployed on poll duty during last elections, the Election Commission has not disclosed the exact number this time.
    • The Delhi police is working in tandem with the police forces of Haryana, Punjab, Chandigarh, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan to keep a check on these activities.
    • As many as 95,000 government officials have been roped in for election duty to ensure smooth conduct of the polling process.
    • The Election Commission has also taken elaborate steps which includes deployment of micro observers and installation of CCTV cameras.

    AC. No

    AC Name

    Polling %

    AC. No

    AC Name

    Polling %

    1

    Narela

     

    36

    Bijwasan

     

    2

    Burari

     

    37

    Palam

     

    3

    Timarpur

     

    38

    Delhi Cantt

     

    4

    Adarsh Nagar

     

    39

    Rajendra Nagar

     

    5

    Badli

     

    40

    New Delhi

     

    6

    Rithala

     

    41

    Jangpura

     

    7

    Bawana

     

    42

    Kasturba Nagar

     

    8

    Mundka

     

    43

    Malviya Nagar

     

    9

    Kirari

     

    44

    R.K. Puram

     

    10

    Sultan Pur Majra

     

    45

    Mehrauli

     

    11

    Nangloi Jat

     

    46

    Chhatarpur

     

    12

    Mangolpuri

     

    47

    Deoli (SC)

     

    13

    Rohini

     

    48

    Ambedkar Nagar (SC)

     

    14

    Shalimar Bagh

     

    49

    Sangam Vihar

     

    15

    Shakur Basti

     

    50

    Greater Kailash

     

    16

    Tri Nagar

     

    51

    Kalkaji

     

    17

    Wazirpur

     

    52

    Tughlakabad

     

    18

    Model Town

     

    53

    Badarpur

     

    19

    Sadar Bazar

     

    54

    Okhla

     

    20

    Chandni Chowk

     

    55

    Trilokpuri (SC)

     

    21

    Matia Mahal

     

    56

    Kondli(SC)

     

    22

    Ballimaran

     

    57

    Patparganj

     

    23

    Karol Bagh

     

    58

    Laxmi Nagar

     

    24

    Patel Nagar

     

    59

    Vishwas Nagar

     

    25

    Moti Nagar

     

    60

    Krishna Nagar

     

    26

    Madipur (SC)

     

    61

    Gandhi Nagar

     

    27

    Rajouri Garden

     

    62

    Shahdara

     

    28

    Hari Nagar

     

    63

    Seemapuri (SC)

     

    29

    Tilak Nagar

     

    64

    Rohtas Nagar

     

    30

    Janakpuri

     

    65

    Seelam Pur

     

    31

    Vikaspuri

     

    66

    Ghonda

     

    32

    Uttam Nagar

     

    67

    Babarpur

     

    33

    Dwarka

     

    68

    Gokalpur (SC)

     

    34

    Matiala

     

    69

    Mustafabad

     

    35

    Najafgarh

     

    70

    Karawal Nagar

     

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