New Delhi: BJP’s Central Election Committee meeting has been held in view of the Delhi Assembly elections. It was discussed in this meeting to decide the candidates for the Delhi Assembly elections. Home Minister Amit Shah and Prime Minister Narendra Modi also attended this meeting. Apart from this, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh and Union Minister Nitin Gadkari also attended. Today the BJP’s first list can come. The State Election Committee has sent the names of two contenders for each seat in the order of preference. In the committee’s meeting, a strategy has been made for Delhi election meetings. BJP will hold about 5000 big and small meetings in Delhi.
Voting on 8 February in total 70 assembly seats
A total of 70 assembly seats in Delhi are to be voted on February 8. The results will be announced on 11 February. The Aam Aadmi Party, which holds power in Delhi, has announced its candidates. Now the eyes are on BJP and Congress. BJP was second in the assembly elections held last year, although it got just three seats. Out of 70, 67 seats were won by AAP alone and three seats were won by BJP.
13750 polling stations to be built
This time 13750 polling stations will be built in Delhi. Voting will take place in 2689 places. 90 thousand employees will be deployed in the election. Elders will also be able to vote with the postal ballot. They have to fill the form five days in advance. The Code of Conduct has come into force in Delhi with the announcement of election dates by the Election Commission. Now the government will not be able to announce any plan.
The current term of Delhi Legislative Assembly ends on February 22
The current term of the Delhi Legislative Assembly ends on February 22. Notification of the Delhi Assembly Election will be issued on 14 January. January 21 will be the last date for nomination. The last date for scrutiny of nomination will be January 22. The last date for withdrawal of the name is 24 January. Out of 70 assembly seats, 58 seats are in a general category. While 12 seats are reserved.