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Friday, 7 February 2020

Delhi Election 2020:

Delhi Election 2020: Voter cards can also be voted without, keep these documents with you


Delhi Assembly Elections 2020 Voting: 1 crore 47 lakh 86 thousand 382 people have the right to vote in Delhi Capital elections.  In this list, there are 2 lakh 32 thousand such voters whose age is 2 lakh 32 thousand 815.

Voter ID card can also be cast without vote

 Votes can be cast from these documents

 The voters of Delhi must ensure their participation in the great cause of democracy today.  If you are a voter of Delhi then cast your vote.  Votes are being cast in Delhi from 8 am to 6 pm today.

 One special thing is that if your name is in the voter list, but if you do not have a voter ID, or if you have lost your ID card, you can still vote.  A special suggestion for you is that do not carry the phone while casting votes.  Chief Electoral Officer of Delhi, Dr. Ranbir Singh has said that carrying mobile and other electronic gadgets is forbidden in the polling booth.

 If not Voter Card (How to Vote Without Voter ID)

 If your name is in the voter list but you do not have a voter list, you can still cast your vote.  For this, you take these documents and go to the polling booth.  Before this, you also have to take a voter slip.

 Passport,

 driving license

 Identity card having photo issued by Center-state or other public limited companies

 Passbook with photo issued by bank or post office

 MNREGA job card

 Pan Card

 Pension document

 Aadhar Card

 Smart Card issued by Registrar General of India

 Metro is running from 4 am

 Let us know that for the convenience of voters, Metro and DTC buses are running in Delhi from 4 am today.

Delhi's Youngistan will vote

 Delhi's Chief Electoral Officer Ranbir Singh has said that 1 crore 47 lakh 86 thousand 382 people have the right to vote in the capital.  In this list, there are 2 lakh 32 thousand such voters whose age is 2 lakh 32 thousand 815.  More than 60 thousand soldiers have been deployed heavily for security in polling.  According to the report, 40 thousand security forces, 19 thousand home guards and 190 companies of Central Armed Police Force have been deployed.

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