New Delhi: The Election Commission held a meeting in the national capital on Monday and will announce the schedule for the highly-anticipated Assembly polls in Delhi at 4:30 pm.
According to reports, the poll panel held a meeting in the in the morning today to discuss the upcoming Assembly polls. The panel had also held a meeting yesterday at 11:00 am.
Sources claim that Delhi may go to polls in the second week of February or, at the most, in the third week, but will not coincide with the annual examinations conducted by various education boards including CBSE.
Ever since former Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal had resigned from the office in February last year after 49 days in office, the national capital has been under President's Rule.
In 2013 election, the BJP was the single-largest party, followed by the AAP. However, citing less number of seats to form government, the BJP declined the offer. On the other hand, the AAP with support of the Congress formed government which could last not more than 49 days.