By-elections in Rajendra Nagar seat today, voting started at 7 pm at 21 polling stations

There are total of 64698 voters in Rajendra Nagar assembly constituency. 21 polling stations have been set up for these voters, which total polling booths are 190.

New Delhi: Voting will be held tomorrow for the by-election to the Rajendra Nagar assembly seat of Delhi. Voting will start from 7 am tomorrow and will continue till 6 pm. Delhi's Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) Dr Ranbir Singh has appealed to the voters to follow the rules of Corona. He said that voters should come wearing masks during voting.


Selfie booth set up

Dr Ranbir Singh said that selfie booths have also been set up at polling centres. Here voters can take selfies and put them on social media. This will impress the voters and will come to vote in maximum numbers. According to the Chief Electoral Officer, e-rickshaws will be made available for the elderly and the elderly to come to cast their votes from 6 am.


Number of voters

There are total of 64698 voters in Rajendra Nagar assembly constituency. 21 polling stations have been set up for these voters, in which total polling booths are 190. There are 1899 voters who will exercise their franchise for the first time in the Rajendra Nagar by-election. For this by-election, BJP has fielded Rajesh Bhatia, Congress Premlata and AAP Durgesh Pathak.


Why by-election?

It is worth mentioning that this seat fell vacant after Raghav Chadha, who was an MLA from Rajendra Nagar, went to the Rajya Sabha. For this reason, by-elections are being held here. Voting for the by-polls will be held tomorrow and the counting of votes will take place on June 26. The Rajendra Nagar assembly seat has been occupied by AAP for the last two elections, Vijendra Garg Vijay won from this seat in the year 2015 and then Raghav Chadha in the year 2020.