- Election Commission had provided a creche in a polling booth in Delhi's Dakshinpuri extension to care for the children of the poll officials and voters visiting the booth
- The Election Commission proudly shared the photo of the creche in the polling booth highlighting the generosity of a volunteer who brought refreshments for all the kids in the creche.
While stories of violence painted this poll phase red in West Bengal, a heartwarming story has emerged from the national capital on Sunday, where all seven Lok Sabha seats are up for grabs with the BJP, Congress and AAP battling it out.
In a most unique facility provided by the Election Commission, a creche was arranged by the poll officials at a polling booth in Dakshinpuri extension which falls in the South Delhi constituency to care for the children of the poll officials and voters visiting the election booth.
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The Election Commission proudly shared the photo of the creche in the polling booth highlighting the generosity of a volunteer who brought refreshments for all the kids in the creche.
Polling has recently concluded in New Delhi where the phase six turnout is 55.51% while the overall phase turnout is 60.12%
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Here were the key battles in Delhi:
- East Delhi (Delhi) - Key contestants: Gautam Gambhir (BJP), Atishi Marlena (AAP), Arvinder Singh Lovely (Congress)
- North East Delhi (Delhi) - Key contestants: Manoj Tiwari (BJP), Sheila Dikshit (Congress), Dilip Pandey (AAP)
- Chandni Chowk (Delhi) - Key contestants: Harsh Vardhan (BJP), Jai Prakash Agarwal (Congress), Pankaj Gupta (AAP)
- South Delhi (Delhi) - Key contestants: Ramesh Bidhuri (BJP), Vijender Singh (Congress), Raghav Chadha (AAP)