Assembly elections Delhi | Delhiites broke their voting record by four elections. #Delhi

Delhi has been making the country aware in the democratic system of elections. A total of six assembly elections have been held in Delhi so far. Delhi's polling percentage has steadily increased in the last four assembly elections. With these four assembly elections, Dillawale is breaking his own previous record every time in voting. Even if we look at two Lok Sabha elections held in the last decade, Delhi has passed first class in voting.

Delhi has been making the country aware in the democratic system of elections. A total of six assembly elections have been held in Delhi so far. Delhi's polling percentage has steadily increased in the last four assembly elections. With these four assembly elections, Dillawale is breaking his own previous record every time in voting.
Even if we look at two Lok Sabha elections held in the last decade, Delhi has passed first class in voting. The Election Commission is again appealing for record-breaking voting. Looking at the mood of the last five-time assembly elections, Delhiites had the lowest turnout to change the government once. In the 1998 Assembly, the Delhi government had dropped the BJP government so far with only 48.99 percent votes. The Congress government came to Delhi. After that the vote percentage increased continuously but it did not show a big increase.