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Voting in Delhi tomorrow, Metro will start from 4 am, know what all will remain closed?


There are 1.52 crore voters in the seven seats of Delhi. These include 82 lakh men, 69 lakh women and 1,228 third gender. About 2.52 lakh voters will exercise their franchise for the first time. Special care has been taken to ensure that the voters do not face any problem. For their convenience, Delhi Metro and DTC bus services will start before time.

In the sixth phase of the Lok Sabha elections, voting will take place on all 7 seats of the country's capital Delhi on Saturday. Special care has been taken to ensure that voters do not face any problems. For their convenience, Delhi Metro and DTC bus services will start before time. Liquor shops will remain closed in the capital till 6 pm on May 25. Along with schools and colleges, banks will also remain closed. DMRC has said that for the convenience of voters, metro services will start at 4 am.

More than one lakh polling personnel will complete the voting process in all the seven seats of Delhi. 70 pink polling booths have been set up in Delhi. There will be one polling booth in every assembly constituency which will be manned by women polling staff. Many steps have also been taken to provide relief to people from the scorching heat.

'Arrangements have also been made to deal with the scorching heat'

Delhi's Chief Election Officer P Krishnamurthy said that arrangements have been made to deal with the scorching heat. Our preparations are complete. For the convenience of voters, shaded areas will be created at all polling stations. These will have coolers and fans. Every polling station will have drinking water, toilets, ramps and wheelchairs.

Special coupons will also be available for ordering food online

He said that 'paramedical staff' will be deployed at all polling stations. A big step has also been taken to encourage voters to vote. After casting their vote, the voter will get free travel facility till his home. For this, a partnership has been done with motorcycle taxi 'Rapido'. Not only this, voters will also get special coupons on social media platforms to order food online from 'Zomato' and 'Swiggy'.

There will be no change of guard ceremony on Saturday

Due to voting in Delhi, there will be no Change of Guard ceremony on Saturday. Rashtrapati Bhavan gave this information on Friday. Change of Guard ceremony is a military tradition. In this, the contingent of the President's bodyguards is changed every week. Rashtrapati Bhavan said in a statement issued on Friday that due to general elections, there will be no Change of Guard ceremony on 25 May in Rashtrapati Bhavan.

Meteorological Department issued yellow alert

There are 1.52 crore voters in the seven seats of Delhi. These include 82 lakh men, 69 lakh women and 1,228 third gender. About 2.52 lakh voters will exercise their franchise for the first time. The Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert for the day of elections. The maximum temperature is expected to reach 44 degrees Celsius.

These veterans and many eminent personalities will cast their votes

Many eminent personalities including President of India Draupadi Murmu, Congress leaders Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Union Minister Hardeep Singh Puri will cast their votes. Delhi Police officials said that 60 thousand security personnel have been deployed to conduct fair elections.

Know who is the candidate on which seat

Aam Aadmi Party has fielded Kuldeep Kumar from East Delhi seat, Mahabal Mishra from West Delhi, Somnath Bharti from New Delhi and Sahi Ram Pehalwan from South Delhi. Congress has fielded JP Aggarwal from Chandni Chowk, Kanhaiya Kumar from North East Delhi and Udit Raj from North West Delhi seat.

BJP has fielded Manoj Tiwari from North East Delhi, Ramvir Singh from South Delhi, Bansuri Swaraj from New Delhi, Harshdeep Malhotra from East Delhi, Yogendra Chandolia from North West Delhi, Praveen Khandelwal from Chandni Chowk and Kamaljeet Sehrawat from West Delhi.

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