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Home Minister Amit Shah plays new claim on the last chance to win Delhi's election riot
Home Minister Amit Shah plays new claim on the last chance to win Delhi's election riot

To win the capital of India, the political party has been campaigning fiercely in the electoral arena for a long time. After the campaign, the most important time has come for Delhi's riot. The people of Delhi are voting today to form the next government. In a political battle that has been going on for several months, the candidates' fortunes will be locked in the voting machines, which will open on February 11. Earlier today, Home Minister Amit Shah and BJP President JP Nadda have appealed to the people to vote in large numbers.

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For the election, former BJP President and Home Minister Amit Shah appealed to the people of Delhi to vote to free Delhi from lies and vote bank politics. He tweeted that by giving Delhi a home with clean air, clean drinking water and every poor person, only the best capital of the world can make it a government with visionary thinking and strong intentions. On the voting in Delhi, BJP (BJP) President JP Nadda has tweeted and appealed to voters to vote in the maximum number. Nadda said, "I appeal to all the voters of Delhi to vote in maximum number and become a partner in the great cause of democracy. Your one vote is important for the unity, integrity and overall development of Delhi. Your vote will write the golden future of your Delhi."

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Voting will be held today for 70 seats of the Delhi Assembly. Today 1.47 crore voters of Delhi will use their franchise to elect a new government. Former Vice President Hamid Ansari and senior RSS leader Ramlal cast their votes in Nirman Bhavan. CM Arvind Kejriwal, BJP's Sunil Yadav, and Congress's Romesh Sabharwal are contesting from this seat.

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