MCD election: They have voted, when will you?

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28-year-old Aas Mohammed gets his arm inked after casting his vote in MCD elections at Jamia Nagar. First three hours of voting for Delhi municipal polls saw thin turnout with election officers in Delhi village areas waited for voters. (Raj K Raj/HT Photo)

28-year-old Aas Mohammed gets his arm inked after casting his vote in MCD elections at Jamia Nagar. First three hours of voting for Delhi municipal polls saw thin turnout with election officers in Delhi village areas waited for voters. (Raj K Raj/HT Photo)

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People wait in a queue to cast their vote at Burari polling station. Over 1.32 crore Delhi voters likely to cast their votes to choose councillors in 272 wards for three corporations — North, East, South. While the North and South corporations have 104 wards each, the East ward has 64 wards. (Arun Sharma/HT Photo)

People wait in a queue to cast their vote at Burari polling station. Over 1.32 crore Delhi voters likely to cast their votes to choose councillors in 272 wards for three corporations — North, East, South. While the North and South corporations have 104 wards each, the East ward has 64 wards. (Arun Sharma/HT Photo)

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A Muslim couple shows their inked fingers after casting vote in Delhi MCD elections at Rajpura road polling station. People turning up to vote say issues, such as drinking water facilities, waste disposal, pollution, have been their main concerns and they hope for effective municipalities that can assure better basic amenities. (Ravi Choudhary/HT Photo)

A Muslim couple shows their inked fingers after casting vote in Delhi MCD elections at Rajpura road polling station. People turning up to vote say issues, such as drinking water facilities, waste disposal, pollution, have been their main concerns and they hope for effective municipalities that can assure better basic amenities. (Ravi Choudhary/HT Photo)

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82-year-old Raja Ram poses for a picture after casting his vote at Rajpura road polling station. It is expected that the polling percentage will cross 60% this time, though the voter turnout in the first few hours remained low. In the last civic polls, the voter turnout was a record 54%. (Ravi Choudhary/HT Photo)

82-year-old Raja Ram poses for a picture after casting his vote at Rajpura road polling station. It is expected that the polling percentage will cross 60% this time, though the voter turnout in the first few hours remained low. In the last civic polls, the voter turnout was a record 54%. (Ravi Choudhary/HT Photo)

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Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal with his family after casting their vote. Among other leaders who have cast their vote are deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia, Congress leaders Ajay Maken and BJP leader Dr Harshvardhan. (Ravi Choudhary/HT Photo)

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal with his family after casting their vote. Among other leaders who have cast their vote are deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia, Congress leaders Ajay Maken and BJP leader Dr Harshvardhan. (Ravi Choudhary/HT Photo)

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Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal’s daughter Harsita after casting her first vote at Rajpura road polling station. Elaborate security arrangements are made across the Capital for the election. (Ravi Choudhary/HT Photo)

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal’s daughter Harsita after casting her first vote at Rajpura road polling station. Elaborate security arrangements are made across the Capital for the election. (Ravi Choudhary/HT Photo)

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50-year-old Ishwar Jan Rai at Sant Nagar, Burari polling station. Voter turnout across the three corporations remained low with only 1.16% voting reported till 10am. (Arun Sharma/HT Photo)

50-year-old Ishwar Jan Rai at Sant Nagar, Burari polling station. Voter turnout across the three corporations remained low with only 1.16% voting reported till 10am. (Arun Sharma/HT Photo)

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A man pictured while casting his vote at Burari polling station. The civic poll, which comes two months after elections in five states, has assumed national importance as the results are expected to set the political tone beyond the Capital’s boundaries. (Arun Sharma/HT Photo)

A man pictured while casting his vote at Burari polling station. The civic poll, which comes two months after elections in five states, has assumed national importance as the results are expected to set the political tone beyond the Capital’s boundaries. (Arun Sharma/HT Photo)

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A voter gets his finger inked after voting at Burari polling station. While the BJP is attempting to fight off 10-year-old anti-incumbency, the Congress is battling an exodus of top state leaders. The AAP hopes that the civic polls will help it to recover from the jolt in assembly elections. (Arun Sharma/HT Photo)

A voter gets his finger inked after voting at Burari polling station. While the BJP is attempting to fight off 10-year-old anti-incumbency, the Congress is battling an exodus of top state leaders. The AAP hopes that the civic polls will help it to recover from the jolt in assembly elections. (Arun Sharma/HT Photo)

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Congress leader Ajay Maken along with daughter Arushi at Rajouri Garden polling station. Elections to the three municipal corporations in Delhi took off around 8 am with Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal being one of the first persons to be marked with the indelible ink at Masjid Moth polling booth in south Delhi. (Raj K Raj/HT Photo)

Congress leader Ajay Maken along with daughter Arushi at Rajouri Garden polling station. Elections to the three municipal corporations in Delhi took off around 8 am with Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal being one of the first persons to be marked with the indelible ink at Masjid Moth polling booth in south Delhi. (Raj K Raj/HT Photo)

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Sports minister Vijay Goel with his Wife pose for a picture after casting their vote at St. Xaviers School near Rajniwas. In all, 18 parties are in the fray this time. Over 2,537 candidates are contesting the polls with as many as 1,174 of them fighting as independents. (Ravi Choudhary/HT Photo)

Sports minister Vijay Goel with his Wife pose for a picture after casting their vote at St. Xaviers School near Rajniwas. In all, 18 parties are in the fray this time. Over 2,537 candidates are contesting the polls with as many as 1,174 of them fighting as independents. (Ravi Choudhary/HT Photo)

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First-time voter Deepali Rao after casting her vote at St Xavier’s School in north Delhi. She said she came back from London in time for the polls. (Ravi Choudhary/HT Photo)

First-time voter Deepali Rao after casting her vote at St Xavier’s School in north Delhi. She said she came back from London in time for the polls. (Ravi Choudhary/HT Photo)

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Former Delhi CM Sheila Dikshit at the polling station in Nizamuddin east. Many senior citizens also cast their vote early as a matter of habit, they say. (Saumya Khandelwal/HT Photo)

Former Delhi CM Sheila Dikshit at the polling station in Nizamuddin east. Many senior citizens also cast their vote early as a matter of habit, they say. (Saumya Khandelwal/HT Photo)

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Nageshwar (75) sitting at a polling booth at Madanpur Khadar in south Delhi after casting his vote in MCD election. For the first time in MCD elections, None Of The Above (NOTA) option will be available. The results will be declared on April 26.

Nageshwar (75) sitting at a polling booth at Madanpur Khadar in south Delhi after casting his vote in MCD election. For the first time in MCD elections, None Of The Above (NOTA) option will be available. The results will be declared on April 26.

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An elderly woman enters a polling booth to cast her vote at Noor Nagar. Meanwhile, Delhi Police said that it has already received at least 300 calls related to municipal elections till 11 am. (Burhaan Kinu/HT Photo)

An elderly woman enters a polling booth to cast her vote at Noor Nagar. Meanwhile, Delhi Police said that it has already received at least 300 calls related to municipal elections till 11 am. (Burhaan Kinu/HT Photo)

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62 year old Lawrence Michael comes out from a polling booth after casting his vote at Jasola. One of the complaints was about a firing incident outside a booth at Dhansa in Najafgarh. (Burhaan Kinu/HT Photo)

62 year old Lawrence Michael comes out from a polling booth after casting his vote at Jasola. One of the complaints was about a firing incident outside a booth at Dhansa in Najafgarh. (Burhaan Kinu/HT Photo)

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88 year old Akeela Begum shows her ink marked finger after casting her vote at a polling booth in Jamia Nagar. (Burhaan Kinu/HT Photo)

88 year old Akeela Begum shows her ink marked finger after casting her vote at a polling booth in Jamia Nagar. (Burhaan Kinu/HT Photo)

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