As it happened | Delhi elections 2020: 54.67 per cent voter turnout till 6 pm
As it happened | Delhi elections 2020: 54.67 per cent voter turnout till 6 pm
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As it happened | Delhi elections 2020: 54.67 per cent voter turnout till 6 pm
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As it happened | Delhi elections 2020: 54.67 per cent voter turnout till 6 pm

New Delhi: The voting for Delhi Assembly elections started at 8 am on Saturday. It is a three-cornered fight between Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) and Indian National Congress (INC). 

Over 1.47 crore voters are eligible to exercise their franchise. The polling will end at 6 pm.

As it happened:

- 54.67 per cent voter turnout recorded till 6 pm

- 44.76 per cent voter turnout recorded till 5 pm

- 42.20 per cent voter turnout recorded till 4 pm

- 30.11 per cent voter turnout recorded till 3 pm

- 27.04 per cent voter turnout recorded till 1.30 pm

- 17.26 per cent voter turnout till 1 pm

- A resident of Jawahar Mohalla, Kajal Singh, could not vote because her name was missing in electoral roll

- Ankur came from Greater Noida to vote at Patparganj

- 15.47 per cent voter turnout till 12 pm

- Polling underway at ASN School in Mayur Vihar

- First time voter Ankit Kumar casts his vote at booth number 57

- Volunteers busy in searching names at Jawahar Mohalla

- Around 60 names are missing in the voter list at booth number 159 and 160

- Sonia Gandhi casts her vote at Nirman Bhawan. She was accompanied by Priyanka Gandhi Vadra.

- Centenarian Kalitara Mandal, the oldest voter in Delhi, casts her vote

- A total of 68 male and 64 female centenarian voters are there in Delhi

- Former PM Manmohan Singh casts his vote at New Delhi Assembly constituency

- Till 11 am, 6.28 per cent voter turnout recorded

- Chief Electoral Officer Ranbir Singh confirms the death of election officer

- Election officer Udham Singh deployed at Badarpur constituency dies of cardiac arrest

- President Ram Nath Kovind and his wife Savita Kovind cast their votes

- Arvind Kejriwal urges young voters to vote in the elections

- Till 10 am, 4.33 per cent voter turnout was reported

- Till 9 am, approximately 1.14 per cent of the total eligible voters exercised their franchise

- CM Arvind Kejriwal casts his vote along with his family members at Civil Lines

- Voting starts at 8 am at all the polling stations across the National Capital