#ElectionsWithNewsNation | President Ram Nath Kovind casts his vote at the polling station in Dr Rajendra Prasad Kendriya Vidyalaya, within the Rashtrapati Bhavan complex— News Nation (@NewsNationTV) February 8, 2020
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According to TOI, after a slow start, the voter turn out has crawled up to as much as 27.04% by 1:30 p.m.
#ElectionsWithHT | Dwarka District police personnel help out senior citizens and specially-abled voters in reaching the polling booths.— Hindustan Times (@htTweets) February 8, 2020
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#ElectionsWithHT | Election Commissioner Sushil Chandra and his wife Neelu Chandra cast their vote at polling booth number 99 in New Moti Bagh, Delhi.— HT Delhi (@htdelhi) February 8, 2020
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This is the magic of #democracy.— Karn Singh (@KarnHT) February 8, 2020
30-year-old Shan Miyan is disabled since birth, but it is not stopping him from voting for past 10 years. See his brother, Chand Miyan, taking him on his back to pooling booth at Jafarabad Zeenat Mahal govt school#DelhiElection #ElectionsWithHT pic.twitter.com/TudVfKoyoP
Raihan Rajiv Vadra, son of Priyanka Gandhi Vadra and Robert Vadra: It was a nice feeling to take part in the democratic process. Everyone should exercise their right to vote; I think everyone should have access to public transport and it should be subsidized for students. https://t.co/bpZTQprAZr pic.twitter.com/qylCEuoYeV— ANI (@ANI) February 8, 2020
It’s 9 degrees in Delhi this morning. Perfect weather to step out and vote. Right to vote is a privilege. So let’s make the best use of it. As for me, I’ll vote in the second half of the day as work calls. #DelhiElection #DelhiPolls2020 #DelhiElections2020 pic.twitter.com/gAvggWnt2k— Shylaja Varma (@ShylajaVarma) February 8, 2020
Our Dadaji is a 107 years old this year. He was a member of the Drafting Committee of the Constitution of India. Dada has never missed casting his vote. Delhi, you have no excuse. #VoteKarDilli #DelhiElections2020 #VoteKarDilli #DelhiElections2020 pic.twitter.com/CVRLitewyW— Mitali Mukherjee (@MitaliLive) February 8, 2020
110-yrs-old Kalitara Mandal, the oldest voter of Delhi, casts her vote for #DelhiElections2020, at SDMC Primary School, Chittaranjan Park in Greater Kailash assembly constituency https://t.co/AVBeQmkrpc pic.twitter.com/sqGFT1kyHy— ANI (@ANI) February 8, 2020
MAKE SURE YOU VOTE.— RaftaaR (@raftaarmusic) February 7, 2020
Delhi, it's almost time to vote, to choose the right candidate based on their track-record of work alone. Make sure you cast your vote and lead India, like the Capital should.
KAAM DEKHEIN, VOTE DEIN.
Landed in #Delhi and heading to the polling station to #vote. Delhi go out and vote in huge numbers. We owe this to our #democracy. #DelhiElections #DelhiElections2020 #DelhiPolls2020 pic.twitter.com/SXK6CVl4Ue— Mohit Chauhan (@_MohitChauhan) February 8, 2020
दोस्तों, दिल्ली आ गया हूँ। अपनी सबसे बड़ी ताक़त, voting का इस्तेमाल करने और देश के लिए अपने सबसे important फ़र्ज़ को निभाने।— Mohd. Zeeshan Ayyub (@Mdzeeshanayyub) February 7, 2020
दिल्ली के दोस्तों, ज़्यादा से ज़्यादा तादाद में वोट करें कल। यही असली तरीक़ा है देश के लिए कुछ करने का। 🙏🙏🙏
Done. Voted for governance. Voted for constitutional values. Voted against the purveyors of hate and falsehood. Now you’re turn. Go vote, Delhiites! #DelhiElection #DelhiElections2020 pic.twitter.com/Yr1V5FVS3H— Krishan Partap Singh (@RaisinaSeries) February 8, 2020
Chief Minister of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal: Voted along with my family, including my first-time voter son. Urge all young voters to come out to vote. Your participation strengthens democracy. #DelhiElections2020 pic.twitter.com/gW9gr2MHMl— ANI (@ANI) February 8, 2020
.#DelhiElections2020 Shakuntala Devi, 75, had a simple answer when asked what issue decided her vote: “I’ve voted for the party which ensured that I get my monthly pension.” pic.twitter.com/fN0Jfl05Oo— Jatin Anand (@JatinPaul) February 8, 2020