Delhi Assembly election sees 61.18% voter turnout; Mustafabad, Seelampur and Gokalpur seats record highest figures
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Delhi recorded a low voter turnout with an estimated 61.18 percent exercising their franchise in the Assembly election on Saturday. This was despite a fiercely contested campaign by the incumbent Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and the Opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). The state had recorded 67 percent polling in 2015 Assembly elections.

Of the 11 districts, North East Delhi recorded the highest turnout of 65.24 percent, while New Delhi district recorded 57.11 percent, as per the latest figures available (till 10.09 pm) on the EC’s voter turnout app.

The three minority-dominated seats of Mustafabad, Matia Mahal and Seelampur and the Gokalpur seat, reserved under SC Category, recorded the highest voter turnout on Saturday.

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