Delhi Election Results 2020 Live Updates: AAP Sweeps Delhi, Congress at Zero
The counting of votes for the Delhi Assembly elections will begin at 8 am on Tuesday.
New Delhi: The counting of votes for the Delhi Assembly elections will begin at 8 am on Tuesday. In order to count votes, 21 centres have been set up across the city.
The Chief Electoral Officer of Delhi, Ranveer Singh, said the counting of votes will begin from 8 am.
In order to ensure the secrecy of the vote counting process, paramilitary and Delhi police personnel have been deployed.
Apart from ensuring the secrecy of counting of votes, this deployment will also provide a multilayer protection to the EVMs. Singh also said that all preparations are in place.
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