Delhi gears up for Lok Sabha polls with over 15 million voters

The sheer size of the electorate in Delhi underscores the importance of this constituency in the overall national electoral landscape.

As Delhi prepares to vote in the sixth phase of the Lok Sabha elections on May 25th, the city’s Chief Election Officer has revealed the latest voter statistics. According to the statistics, there are a total of 15,201,936 voters in the national capital, with 82,12,794 male voters, 69,87,914 female voters, and 1,228 third-gender voters.

The sheer size of the electorate in Delhi underscores the importance of this constituency in the overall national electoral landscape. With a diverse population comprising of various socio-economic and demographic groups, the voting patterns in Delhi are closely watched by political pundits and analysts.

The Delhi Chief Election Officer emphasized the efforts made by the Election Commission to ensure inclusive participation, with a special focus on enhancing voter awareness and accessibility for persons with disabilities and other marginalized sections.

The city’s election machinery is fully geared up to ensure a free, fair, and peaceful polling process for all eligible citizens. The high voter turnout in Delhi is a testament to the city’s vibrant democratic spirit.

The Delhi electorate will play a crucial role in shaping the future political landscape of the country. The upcoming elections in Delhi are poised to be a closely watched affair, with the city’s diverse voter base set to have a significant impact on the outcome.