Delhi Election 2020: Delhi Assembly Election Dates Announced, Voting on 8 February and Results on 11 February

Delhi Election 2020
  • In the Last Election, AAP Got 67 Out of the 70 and BJP Got 3 Seats, Congress did not Get a Single Seat.

Delhi Election 2020: The Election Commission announced the dates for the Delhi Assembly elections on Monday. Voting will take place on 8 February and the result will come on 11 February. With this, the code of conduct has also come into force in Delhi. In the 2015 assembly elections, the Aam Aadmi Party won 67 out of 70 seats. BJP had won 3 seats. The Congress could not get a single seat. In 2015, the Election Commission announced Delhi elections on 12 January, voting was held on 7 February and the results were announced on 10 February.

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What did the Chief Election Commissioner Say?

  • Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora said – The term of the current assembly is ending on January 22, 2020. Elections will be held for 70 assembly seats. The term of the Legislative Assembly expires on 22 January 2020. There are 58 general and 12 reserved. Voters are 1 crore 46 lakh 92 thousand 136 voters.
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  • “There will be voting in 2689 places in Delhi. 13 thousand 757 polling booths will be built. 90 thousand employees will be required in the election. The Election Commission has made special arrangements for senior citizens. “
  • Arora said that the issue came up in 2017. After this, the commission had decided that a state-based plan could not be announced in the general budget for free and fair elections. No such announcement can be made which may affect the voters where elections are going to be held. This decision was taken during the assembly elections held in 5 states Uttar Pradesh, Goa, Punjab, Manipur and Uttarakhand. At the time the general budget was presented while the election process was going on. In view of the Delhi elections, neither any plan related to Delhi can be announced in the general budget, nor can the works were in Delhi be outlined in the budget.

Absentee Voters will be Arranged in Delhi Elections

The system of absentee voters in the country is going to meet Delhi assembly elections for the first time. Under this, people with disabilities and senior citizens above 80 years will have the option to go to the polling booth and cast their votes as well as to vote through postal ballot if the booth is not accessible. The recommendations were sent by the Election Commission to the central government for absentee voters. Accepting this recommendation, the Law Ministry amended the election in 1961 in October 2019. Earlier, the post ballot facility was available only to the armed forces personnel and those engaged in election duty.

Delhi Election Date 2020:

  • Notification will be issued on January 14 in the voting process phase. January 21 will be the last date for withdrawal.
  •  In the poll to be held on February 8, 1.46 crore voters of Delhi will choose the new government.
  • Voting will take place at 13750 booths and voting will take place at 2689 places.
  • 90,000 employees will participate in the election process and strict rules regarding election expenses will be followed.
  • Special arrangements have been made for senior citizens and disabled people. They will get voting facility from home.
  • The AAP currently has 62 MLAs and BJP has four MLAs in the 70-member Delhi Assembly, while the Congress won one seat.
  • In South Delhi, singer Mohit Chauhan, former marathon athlete Sunita Godara in East Delhi and players of Kabbari have been made in two places.

Let us say that in the 2015 assembly elections, the Aam Aadmi Party had created history by winning 67 out of 70 seats in Delhi, while the Bharatiya Janata Party had won only three seats, then the Congress which ruled Delhi for 15 years was reduced to zero. Was.

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