Published On: Sat, Feb 8th, 2020

Modi urges youths to vote in record numbers in Delhi election

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From three seats to what is the biggest question for Delhi voters who would be voting in favor of Bharatiya Janata Party in the assembly election.

In the 2015 Delhi assembly election BJP won just 3 of 70 seats while Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party grabbed the remaining 67 and formed government with the greatest mandate.

More than 1.47 crore voters will hit the polling stations today whether to re-elect AAP or to replace it with the Saffron or Congress.

Ahead of the polling, Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted, urging the people and especially the youth voters of the national capital to vote in record numbers.

BJP is looking to unseat AAP and its campaign was run on the strength of Modi. It was a bitter face-off witnessing some communally-charged attacks and exceptionally coarse language.

Meanwhile, tight security arrangements can be seen across Delhi and extra vigil in Shaheen Bagh, the sensitive area where protests against CAA is ongoing.

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Congress ruled the state for fifteen years before Kejriwal became chief minister in 2015. Its top leaders including Priyanka Gandhi Vadra and Rahul Gandhi barely campaigned for the party’s candidates in Delhi.

The voting percentage in 2015 assembly elections was as below:

AAP – 54.3
BJP – 32
Congress – 9.6

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