Delhi Elections 2020: Details Of Everything You Need To Know!

Publish On: 07 Feb, 2020 05:39 PM | Updated   |   Harshita  

NEW DELHI: Delhi elections 2020 are just around the corners and by the look of the current scenario, it will definitely be a nail-biting contest amongst Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) and Congress. The public of the national capital will go to cast its vote for all the 70 assembly constituencies on Saturday, 8th February. 

So, just before the mega elections, here are the answers to some of the queries that people might have before electing someone to power. 

What are the timings for the voting? 

The voting timings are from 7 am to 6 pm on Saturday, February 8. 

The date and time for Delhi's exit polls?

Delhi elections' exit polls are likely to come soon after the voting ends on Feb 8th. 

How many polling places are created? 

2688 polling places with 13750 polling stations have been created for this year's Delhi elections. 

How many EVM machines are being used?

For the 2020 Delhi Assembly elections, 20385 EVM machines will be used. 

Total seats for the election in the National capital?

The contest amongst the parties will be for 70 assembly seats in the upcoming Delhi elections. 

Total voters in Delhi? 

Around 1.46 crore voters fulfill the eligibility criteria of voting in the Delhi Assembly elections. The constituency with the least number of voters is Chandni Chowk with 125684 voters whereas the constituency with most number voters is Matiala (423682 voters). 

During the last Delhi Assembly elections in 2015, Arvind Kejriwal's AAP witnessed a thumping win by bagging 67 seats and just leaving the remaining three seats for BJP. Even for this year's elections, reports suggest that the Aam Aadmi Party seems to have a much bigger chance of winning as compared to the other two parties. 

BJP has fielded its candidates for 67 seats, Congress for 66 seats whereas AAP for all the 70 seats. 

When will the results of the elections be out? 

The results will be declared on Tuesday, 11th February.