Reportedly the three cornered fight between Aam Aadmi party (AAP), bharatiya janata party (BJP) and india NATIONAL CONGRESS' target='_blank' title='congress-Latest Updates, Photos, Videos are a click away, CLICK NOW'>congress will come to a conclusion when counting of votes cast in the delhi assembly elections is held on tuesday (11 February). Meanwhile the election commission announced that counting will begin at 8 am at 21 counting centres. Ranbir Singh told "We have set up 21 centres for counting of votes, wherein there will be a dedicated hall for every constituency. The counting will start at 8 am on 11 February".
Furthermore the counting of votes and results on individual seats will be declared live on election commission of india websites eciresults.nic.in, eci.gov.in and results.eci.gov.in. Additionally, updates are also expected on EC’s twitter account. Apparently readers can also follow in-depth coverage of Delhi’s polling, exit polls and results on Firstpost, apart from watching the happenings of the day through the Live tv option.
Moreover the National capital saw a voter turnout of 62.59 percent this time. As compared to the 67.12 percent polling recorded in 2015, with the highest voting recorded in Ballimaran (71.6 percent) and lowest in delhi Cantonment (45.4 percent). Perhaps these elections also saw novel steps being taken by the election commission to enhance voter participation. While senior citizens had the option to be picked up from their residence and be taken to the polling booths, wallet PLATFORM' target='_blank' title='digital-Latest Updates, Photos, Videos are a click away, CLICK NOW'>digital voter slips containing QR code were introduced in 11 constituencies.