As many as 1.43 crore people are expected to vote on Sunday in a high-stakes triangular fight to elect Delhi’s seven Lok Sabha representatives, where BJP is looking to retain all seats, the ruling AAP trying to make its debut and the Congress attempting to regain its lost base.
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Updated: May 12, 2019 12:17 IST

Congress president Rahul Gandhi after casting his vote in New Delhi on Sunday.(Ajay Aggarwal)

‘Love will win’, was Congress president Rahul Gandhi’s message after casting vote in New Delhi on Sunday for the sixth round of the seven-phase Lok Sabha elections in 59 constituencies across 7 states.“The election was fought on several issues – unemployment, farm distress, demonetization, Rafale… Narendra Modi used hatred in the campaign and we used love and I am confident love will win,” the president said after casting his vote in New Delhi constituency where party’s Ajay Maken is a candidate against BJP’s Meenakshi Lekhi and AAP’s Brijesh Goyal.Follow live updates hereAs many as 1.43 crore people are expected to vote on Sunday in a high-stakes triangular fight to elect Delhi’s seven Lok Sabha representatives, where BJP is looking to retain all seats, the ruling AAP trying to make its debut and the Congress attempting to regain its lost base.Watch | ‘Love will win’: Rahul Gandhi after casting his vote in DelhiAlso read: Delhi votes with 6 states in round 6 of Lok Sabha polls, one more lap to goA total of 13,819 polling stations have set up at 2,700 locations in Delhi, with one model polling station in each of the 70 assembly segments. Seventeen polling stations are being staffed only by women.As many as 469 polling locations have been identified as critical and 60,000 personnel, including those of the Delhi Police, Home Guards and paramilitary are providing security.Also read: BJP vs AAP vs Congress: A triangular contest for 7 Delhi seats BiharGopalganjJanak Ram, BJPSiwanOm Prakash Yadav, BJPMaharajganjJanardan Singh Sigriwal, BJPPaschim ChamparanDr. Sanjay Jaiswal, BJPPurvi ChamparanRadha Mohan Singh, BJPSheoharRama Devi, BJPVaishaliRama Kishore Singh, LJPValmiki NagarSatish Chandra Dubey, BJPMadhya PradeshBhindDr. Bhagirath Prasad, BJPBhopalAlok Sanjar, BJPGunaJyotiraditya Scindia, CongressGwaliorNarendra Singh Tomar, BJPMorenaAnoop Mishra, BJPSagarLaxmi Narayan Yadav, BJPVidishaSushma Swaraj, BJPRajgarhRodmal Nagar, BJPDelhiSouth DelhiRamesh Bidhuri, BJPWest DelhiParvesh Sahib Singh Verma, BJPEast DelhiMaheish Girri, BJPChandni ChowkHarsh Vardhan, BJPNorth West DelhiUdit Raj, BJPNorth East DelhiManoj Tiwari, BJPNew DelhiMeenakshi Lekhi, BJPHaryanaAmbala (SC)Rattan Lal Kataria, BJPKurukshetraRaj Kumar Saini, BJPSirsa (SC)Charanjeet Singh Rori, INLDHisarDushyant Chautala, JJPKarnalAshwini Kumar Chopra, BJPSonipatRamesh Chander Kaushik, BJPRohtakDeepender Hooda, CongressBhiwani–MahendragarhDharambir, BJPGurgaonRao Inderjit Singh, BJPFaridabadKrishan Pal Gurjar, BJPUttar PradeshAllahabadShyama Charan Gupta, BJPAmbedkar NagarHariom Pandey, BJPAzamgarhMulayam Singh Yadav, SPBastiHarish Dwivedi, BJPBadohiVirendra Singh, BJPDomariyaganjJagdambika Pal, BJPJaunpurKP Singh, BJPLalganjNeelam Sonkar, BJPMachhlishahrRam Charitra Nishad, BJPPhulpurNagendra Pratap Singh Patel, SPPratapgarhKuwar Harivansh Singh, Apna DalSant Kabir NagarSharad Tripathi, BJPShrawasti Daddan Mishra, BJPSultanpurVarun Gandhi, BJPJharkhandDhanbadPashupati Nath Singh, BJPGiridihRavindra Kumar Pandey, BJPJamshedpurVidyut Baran Mahto, BJPSinghbhumLaxman Gilua, BJPWest BengalBankuraMoon Moon Sen, Trinamool CongressBishnupurSaumitra Khan, Trinamool CongressJhargramUma Saren, Trinamool CongressGhatalDeepak Adhikari, TrinamoolKanthiSisir Adhikari, Trinamool CongressMedinipurSandhya Roy, Trinamool CongressPuruliaMriganko Mahato, TrinamoolTamlukDibyendu Adhikari, Trinamool Congress
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May 12, 2019 10:36 IST

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