Today, the voting for the eighth Delhi Assembly election is going on and Delhi people are so excited about it especially who are fan of Delhi current Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. Well, that’s because polls of different television channels revealing Arvind Kejriwal of becoming Delhi Chief Minister Again.
In Delhi, Three Parties (that includes AAP, BJP, and Congress) are fighting for the CM position at the front but if we follow different polls then, Arvind Kejriwal is going to again form the Government in Delhi. Many says BJP who have the PM position is now frightened so much of Kejriwal that they not discloses any name against him for Delhi Assembly election.
Well that is all about Delhi Election in Overall. Let’s talk about some of the interesting news happening today on Delhi Assembly Election Day.
List of Interesting News of Delhi Assembly Election Day
President Ram Nath Kovind and His Wife Cast their Vote for Delhi Assembly Election
Delhi have around 1.4 crore voters eligible to caste their vote in Delhi assembly election today and the current President of India am Nath Kovind is also one of them. Today, President Ram Nath Kovind and his wife Savita Kovind also cast their vote at a polling booth with Rastrapati Bavan complex in New Delhi for Delhi Assembly Election.
Kalitara Mandal became the oldest voter in Delhi Assembly Election Day
Born in Barisal (that is now in Bangladesh) in 1908, Kalitara Mandal aged 111 today cast her vote for Delhi Assembly election 2020. She told PTI “I am happy to vote in this election. I don’t remember how many elections I have taken part in, but as a reponsible citizen, we must vote. I urge other citizens to also come out and vote”.
Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal Son Voted for the first time
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his family also voted for Delhi Assembly Election 2020. However, this time the interesting thing for his family is his son voted for the first time. Arvind Kejriwal and his family voted for Delhi Assembly election at a polling booth in the Civil Lines area.
Groom and his Family Dressed up for Wedding and Stood in a Queue to Vote
This one is really interesting, the name came from a polling booth in east Delhi’s Shakarpur where a Groom and his family dressed up for wedding and stood in a queue to vote first for Delhi Assembly election.
A Polling officer Died of Cardiac Arrest
Confirming IANS, Delhi Chief Electoral Officer Ranbir Singh said one of our Polling officer Udham Singh Passed away this morning. However, if we follow the poll panel officials they said that he passed away after heat attact. However, the real cause is not certain yet as we have to wait for doctors confirmation.