Delhi Assembly Elections: How to find your polling booth

Zee Media Bureau

New Delhi: As the people in the national capital are warming up to cast their vote on Wednesday, here is your guide to locate the local polling booths.

Log on to the website of Election Commission of India (ECI) www.eci.nic.in; a tab named 'information linked to polling station map' will pop-up on the left-side of the page.

By clicking on the name of the state, the maps will open up.

A voter will have to click on this tab for visiting polling station map pages, and details regarding the 11,594 polling stations of Delhi have been uploaded here.

Alternatively, one can log onto: http://ceodelhi.gov.in/OnlineErms/ElectorSearch.aspx

Provide voter I-card details and proceed to know your polling booth.

In their fight for supremacy in the Delhi Assembly Elections, Congress, Bharatiya Janata Party and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) have tried their best to woo voters with some interesting assurances in varied fields.

Many of the promises in their manifestos are not only the suggestions from grass root workers, but also ideas, which are being implemented in other parts of the country or world.

The Congress manifesto highlights its achievements of its 15-year rule. It trumpets the UPA flagship's Food Security Programme.

Whereas BJP, the principal opposition party, has promised to come up with a Common Smart Card that could be used in Metro and DTC buses, an idea more prevalent in cities like Singapore and many more.

The new entrant AAP, in its manifesto, too has tried to woo different sections of the society ranging from women, youth, rickshaw drivers to minorities.

So, the big question arises here – which party do you think will win Delhi Assembly polls 2013?

1. Congress
2. BJP
3. AAP

First Published: Tuesday, December 03, 2013, 21:23


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Previous Poll Results

  • Delhi
  • (70/70) Seats
  • delhi
  • Party
  • Congress
  • BJP
  • BSP
  • Others
  • Seats
  • 43
  • 23
  • 2
  • 2

Poll Schedule

  • Delhi
  • 70 Seats
  • Polling
  • Counting
  • Dec 4
  • Dec 8
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