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Delhi Assembly Polls: Voting ends, 63% Voter Turnout Recorded till 5 PM

New Delhi, Feb 07: The voting for Delhi Assembly polls ended with votersí turnout of 63% till 5 pm. The voters locked their decision in the EVM machine and the result will be out on Feb 10.

Following the polls, BJP's CM face Kiran Bedi took to twitter expressing her feelings. "Thank all Delhiites for having voted in such GOOD Number.Hope to see R Delhi now make positive headlines,collaborative not confrontational", she tweeted.

The highest percentage of voting suggested that there is neck and neck fight between BJP and AAP. However, both the parties claimed the victory.

Till 5 pm, the voter turnout was 63%. Seelampur recorded the highest voter turnout with 72.71%, while Lowest voter turnout was reported in Chandni Chowk 52.51%, Delhi cant 55.34%, Okhla 57.06%.

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