Delhi polls: Long queue of voters in Shaheenbagh


New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party and BJP clashed over Shaheen Bagh during the Delhi election campaign. And that was evident in the voting. Ever since the voting began, a long line of people have been seen voting in the polling booth of a school near Shaheenbagh.

Shaheen Bagh has been a prominent figure in the newspapers as a result of his struggle against the amendment of the citizenship law. Unlike elsewhere, women and children were in the forefront of the struggle in Shaheenbagh. The BJP portrayed the protests in Shaheenbagh as being anti-national. The Aam Aadmi Party came out against the BJP.

Shaheenbagh is a constituency of the Okhla constituency of Delhi. The constituency where voters are few. AAP’s candidate for AAP is Khan. The Congress candidates are Pervez Hashmi and BJP’s Brahm Singh Bituri. The AAP won 67 out of 70 seats in the 2015 elections. While the BJP won three seats, the Congress did not win a single seat.

I vote for India and the Constitution. We are Indian citizens. A woman in Shaheenbag told media after voting in Shaheenbag. They say people have cast their votes based on national issues. ‚ÄúThere are no local issues or hydro-electric issues in our area. People should come out and vote. ‘ Says another voter in Shaheenbag

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