Delhi 2020 elections: vote on February 8, census on February 11
With the announcement of the Delhi elections, the Code of Conduct came into force with immediate effect
The votes will be counted on February 11, the vote on February 8
NEW DELHI: The elections to the Delhi Assembly will take place on February 8 in one phase. The results will be announced on February 11, the Indian election commission announced today. The election observer has also released the final election list, according to which 1.46 million voters are entitled to vote in the Delhi election.
The term of office of the 70-member assembly in Delhi ends on February 22nd, and before that a new house must be constituted. Led by Arvind Kejriwal, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) came to power in Delhi in February 2015, occupying 67 of the 70 seats in the assembly.
Timetable for single-phase parliamentary elections in Delhi:
The registration must be made on January 14th
Last nomination day: January 21
Review of nominations: January 22nd
Deadline for withdrawing the candidature: January 24th
Date of vote: February 8th
Vote count: February 11th
-The entire electoral process will be completed by February 13th.
-Despite the publication of the final electoral roll (until January 1, 2020), any eligible person can register as a voter until the last date of nomination for the Delhi general election.
-Delhi voters receive a QR code-compatible voter receipt, which speeds up voting by simple identification.
-CEC Sunil Arora about the situation in Delhi: “We are confident that the situation will be under control and conducive to surveys. If there is an exceptional situation, there is always the possibility to postpone the surveys. The Constitution authorizes ECI To accept the call. ”
– Some constituencies in Delhi recently had lower turnouts than the areas affected by Maoists: Sunil Arora.
Chief Electoral Officer Sunil Arora, whose term ends on February 22, said he held a meeting with the chief secretary and senior officials last month about the conduct of elections.
-New postal voting concept enables voters to take part in polls that cannot reach polling stations for physical or inevitable reasons. Disabled and elderly people over 80 can vote either in person or by post.
– Count of votes on February 11th.
-Delhi elections are held in a single phase.
– Survey date – February 8th.
– Nomination exam: January 22nd
– Last nomination date: January 21st
-Model Code of Conduct applies immediately: EG
-A new concept of “postal voting” was introduced.
-Pick-and-drop function is provided for all senior voters
– Approximately 90,000 civil servants are deployed to carry out the elections: KEK
-There are 13,750 polling stations in Delhi.
-Delhi Assembly has 58 general class seats, 12 for SC and none for STs: Sunil Arora, Chief Electoral Commissioner.
Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) Delhi Ranbir Singh said the final release of the electoral roll shows that there are a total of 184.108.40.206 voters in Delhi, including 80.55 Lakh men and 66.35 Lakh women.