People Across Delhi Cast Votes as National Capital Goes to Polls
A voter shows his finger marked with indelible ink after casting vote during the Delhi Assembly elections at a polling station, in Old Delhi, Saturday, 8 February. 
A voter shows his finger marked with indelible ink after casting vote during the Delhi Assembly elections at a polling station, in Old Delhi, Saturday, 8 February. (Photo: PTI/ Shahbaz Khan)

People Across Delhi Cast Votes as National Capital Goes to Polls

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal shows his finger marked with indelible ink after casting vote during the Delhi Assembly elections at Civil Line polling station, in New Delhi, Saturday, 8 February. 
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal shows his finger marked with indelible ink after casting vote during the Delhi Assembly elections at Civil Line polling station, in New Delhi, Saturday, 8 February. 
(Photo: PTI)

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President Ram Nath Kovind and First Lady Savita Kovind show their finger marked with indelible ink after casting vote during the Delhi Assembly elections at Rashtrapati Bhavan complex polling station, in New Delhi, Saturday, 8 February.
President Ram Nath Kovind and First Lady Savita Kovind show their finger marked with indelible ink after casting vote during the Delhi Assembly elections at Rashtrapati Bhavan complex polling station, in New Delhi, Saturday, 8 February.
(Photo: PTI)
Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh shows his finger marked with indelible ink after casting vote during the Delhi Assembly elections at Nirman Bhawan polling station, in New Delhi, Saturday, 8 February.
Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh shows his finger marked with indelible ink after casting vote during the Delhi Assembly elections at Nirman Bhawan polling station, in New Delhi, Saturday, 8 February.
(Photo: PTI/ Shahbaz Khan)

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BJP National Vice President Shyam Jaju (R)and his son Sandesh Jaju show their finger marked with indelible ink after casting their vote during the Delhi Assembly elections at Nirman Bhawan polling station, in New Delhi, Saturday, 8 February.
BJP National Vice President Shyam Jaju (R)and his son Sandesh Jaju show their finger marked with indelible ink after casting their vote during the Delhi Assembly elections at Nirman Bhawan polling station, in New Delhi, Saturday, 8 February.
(Photo: PTI)
Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra along with her husband Robert Vadra and son Raihan Vadra, who is a first-time voter, arrive to cast their vote during the Delhi Assembly elections at a polling station, in Lodhi Estate area of New Delhi, Saturday, 8 February.
Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra along with her husband Robert Vadra and son Raihan Vadra, who is a first-time voter, arrive to cast their vote during the Delhi Assembly elections at a polling station, in Lodhi Estate area of New Delhi, Saturday, 8 February.
(Photo: PTI/Kamal Singh)

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Former Vice-President Hamid Ansari shows his finger marked with indelible ink after casting vote during the Delhi Assembly elections at Nirman Bhawan polling station, in New Delhi, Saturday, 8 February.
Former Vice-President Hamid Ansari shows his finger marked with indelible ink after casting vote during the Delhi Assembly elections at Nirman Bhawan polling station, in New Delhi, Saturday, 8 February.
(Photo: PTI/ Shahbaz Khan)
111-year-old Kalitara Mandal shows her finger marked with indelible ink after casting vote during the Delhi Assembly elections at Chittaranjan Park polling station, in New Delhi, Saturday, 8 February.
111-year-old Kalitara Mandal shows her finger marked with indelible ink after casting vote during the Delhi Assembly elections at Chittaranjan Park polling station, in New Delhi, Saturday, 8 February.
(Photo: PTI)

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Protester show their ink-marked fingers after casting votes for the Delhi Assembly elections, near the site of their peaceful agitation against the Citizenship Act, in Shaheen Bagh, New Delhi, Saturday, 8 February.
Protester show their ink-marked fingers after casting votes for the Delhi Assembly elections, near the site of their peaceful agitation against the Citizenship Act, in Shaheen Bagh, New Delhi, Saturday, 8 February.
(Photo: PTI/ Manvender Vashist)
Muslim women leave after casting their votes at Shaheen Public School, the polling booth closest to the Shaheen Bagh protest where Muslim women have been protesting for weeks against the new citizenship law, in New Delhi, India, Saturday, 8 February.
Muslim women leave after casting their votes at Shaheen Public School, the polling booth closest to the Shaheen Bagh protest where Muslim women have been protesting for weeks against the new citizenship law, in New Delhi, India, Saturday, 8 February.
(Photo: AP)

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 A polling official applies indelible ink on the finger of a voter during the Delhi Assembly elections at Old Rajinder Nagar polling station, in New Delhi, Saturday, 8 February.
A polling official applies indelible ink on the finger of a voter during the Delhi Assembly elections at Old Rajinder Nagar polling station, in New Delhi, Saturday, 8 February.
(Photo: PTI)
A voter shows his finger marked with indelible ink after casting vote during the Delhi Assembly elections at a polling station, in Old Delhi, Saturday, 8 February. 
A voter shows his finger marked with indelible ink after casting vote during the Delhi Assembly elections at a polling station, in Old Delhi, Saturday, 8 February. 
(Photo: PTI/ Shahbaz Khan)

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