Brisk polling in progress
Amid massive security arrangement voters in Delhi are holding long queue in front of the polling booths on Saturday to elect their representatives in the assembly afresh.
Braving a biting coldwave, over 1.33 crore voters at 12,177 polling stations are deciding the fate of 673 candidates for the 70 seater assembly from 8 in the morning.
Apart from vice president Hamid Ansari, BJP’s chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi exercised her franchised at 9 in the morning.
Polling officials told Assam Times in Karol Bagh that if this voting trend is allowed to continue, the turn out would be a higher one. The voting will continue till 5 in the afternoon. The results would be available on February 10.
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