Photos | Delhi assembly elections 2020: Capital to vote tomorrow, results on Tuesday

The election for the 70-member Delhi Assembly is scheduled to be held on February 8. The votes will be counted on February 11. The campaign for the Delhi Assembly elections came to an end at 6 p.m. on Thursday.

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A BJP rally runs into Delhi Deputy CM and AAP party Candidate Manish Sisodia while on an election campaigning roadshow, at Sabzi Mandi Mandawali in East Delhi. With a final push by major parties in the fray, an acrimonious and bitter political campaign for Delhi’s assembly elections ended on Thursday evening. Voters will now choose representatives for 70 assembly segments on February 8. (Sonu Mehta / HT Photo)

A BJP rally runs into Delhi Deputy CM and AAP party Candidate Manish Sisodia while on an election campaigning roadshow, at Sabzi Mandi Mandawali in East Delhi. With a final push by major parties in the fray, an acrimonious and bitter political campaign for Delhi’s assembly elections ended on Thursday evening. Voters will now choose representatives for 70 assembly segments on February 8. (Sonu Mehta / HT Photo)

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Union Home Minister Amit Shah addresses an election rally ahead of the Delhi Assembly Elections in New Delhi. Shah, who has piloted the party’s campaign, did three road shows in different parts of the city, and attacked the AAP for “false promises, appeasement and anarchy”. (ANI Photo)

Union Home Minister Amit Shah addresses an election rally ahead of the Delhi Assembly Elections in New Delhi. Shah, who has piloted the party’s campaign, did three road shows in different parts of the city, and attacked the AAP for “false promises, appeasement and anarchy”. (ANI Photo)

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Congress leaders Rahul Gandhi, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra and party candidates are garlanded during a public meeting, at Hauz Qazi Chowk. In what is widely seen as a fundamentally bipolar electoral battle between AAP and BJP, Congress leaders also addressed press conferences and rallies. (Ajay Aggarwal / HT Photo)

Congress leaders Rahul Gandhi, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra and party candidates are garlanded during a public meeting, at Hauz Qazi Chowk. In what is widely seen as a fundamentally bipolar electoral battle between AAP and BJP, Congress leaders also addressed press conferences and rallies. (Ajay Aggarwal / HT Photo)

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Union minister and BJP leader Nitin Gadkari (L) looks on as Delhi BJP President Manoj Tiwari shows the ‘BJP Sankalp Patra’ for Delhi Assembly Elections 2020, after its launch in New Delhi. The election campaign broadly revolved around distinct themes for the different parties. (Kamal Singh / PTI)

Union minister and BJP leader Nitin Gadkari (L) looks on as Delhi BJP President Manoj Tiwari shows the ‘BJP Sankalp Patra’ for Delhi Assembly Elections 2020, after its launch in New Delhi. The election campaign broadly revolved around distinct themes for the different parties. (Kamal Singh / PTI)

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Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal during his road show for the upcoming Vidhan Sabha elections, at Ghonda. On the last day of the campaign, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader and chief minister Arvind Kejriwal held a press conference, seeking the support of voters for what he called “a new kind of politics based on performance”. (Sanchit Khanna / HT Photo)

Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal during his road show for the upcoming Vidhan Sabha elections, at Ghonda. On the last day of the campaign, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader and chief minister Arvind Kejriwal held a press conference, seeking the support of voters for what he called “a new kind of politics based on performance”. (Sanchit Khanna / HT Photo)

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Petals are showered on Home Minister and former Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah as he greets locals during a door-to-door campaign under ‘Maha Jan Sampark Abhiyan’ ahead of Delhi Vidhan Sabha elections, at Old Mehram Nagar. (Vipin Kumar / HT Photo)

Petals are showered on Home Minister and former Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah as he greets locals during a door-to-door campaign under ‘Maha Jan Sampark Abhiyan’ ahead of Delhi Vidhan Sabha elections, at Old Mehram Nagar. (Vipin Kumar / HT Photo)

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AAP volunteers hold brooms during an election campaign ahead of the forthcoming State Assembly elections, at Model Town. In the course of its outreach to voters, the AAP focused on its local governance record——and claimed to have improved government schools, public health facilities, electricity and water supply at subsidised rates, among other issues. (Shahbaz Khan / PTI)

AAP volunteers hold brooms during an election campaign ahead of the forthcoming State Assembly elections, at Model Town. In the course of its outreach to voters, the AAP focused on its local governance record——and claimed to have improved government schools, public health facilities, electricity and water supply at subsidised rates, among other issues. (Shahbaz Khan / PTI)

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Congress leaders Ajay Maken, Subhash Chopra, Anand Sharma and others release the party’s manifesto for Delhi Assembly elections at DPCC office. (Arvind Yadav / HT Photo)

Congress leaders Ajay Maken, Subhash Chopra, Anand Sharma and others release the party’s manifesto for Delhi Assembly elections at DPCC office. (Arvind Yadav / HT Photo)

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BJP National President Jagat Prakash Nadda along with Azad Singh during a roadshow for upcoming Delhi Assembly Elections at Mundka. The BJP’s campaign revolved around its decision to provide ownership papers to residents of unauthorised colonies, and a sharp attack on the AAP for what it alleged was support for the Shaheen Bagh protests against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act. (Biplov Bhuyan / HT Photo)

BJP National President Jagat Prakash Nadda along with Azad Singh during a roadshow for upcoming Delhi Assembly Elections at Mundka. The BJP’s campaign revolved around its decision to provide ownership papers to residents of unauthorised colonies, and a sharp attack on the AAP for what it alleged was support for the Shaheen Bagh protests against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act. (Biplov Bhuyan / HT Photo)

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Aam Admi Party (AAP) Convener Arvind Kejriwal along with other senior leaders release party manifesto for upcoming Delhi Assembly election. AAP began its campaign early. Back in September 2019, the party started the first phase of its election outreach, holding several janta samvaad (public interaction) programmes at the booth, assembly and even organisational levels. (Mohd Zakir / HT Photo)

Aam Admi Party (AAP) Convener Arvind Kejriwal along with other senior leaders release party manifesto for upcoming Delhi Assembly election. AAP began its campaign early. Back in September 2019, the party started the first phase of its election outreach, holding several janta samvaad (public interaction) programmes at the booth, assembly and even organisational levels. (Mohd Zakir / HT Photo)

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari, Harsh Vardhan and others at an election campaign rally for the Delhi Assembly, at CBD Ground, in Karkardooma. While AAP sought votes in the name of Kejriwal as the CM face, the BJP did not put up a CM candidate and sought support in the name of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. (Raj K Raj / HT Photo)

Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari, Harsh Vardhan and others at an election campaign rally for the Delhi Assembly, at CBD Ground, in Karkardooma. While AAP sought votes in the name of Kejriwal as the CM face, the BJP did not put up a CM candidate and sought support in the name of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. (Raj K Raj / HT Photo)

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Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal addresses the first townhall meeting to discuss 'AAP ka Report Card', at Malavankar Auditorium. Kejriwal did a series of town halls, addressed 16 public rallies, and did close to three dozen roadshows, while the party’s candidates did close to 700 mohalla meetings. (Sanjeev Verma / HT Photo)

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal addresses the first townhall meeting to discuss 'AAP ka Report Card', at Malavankar Auditorium. Kejriwal did a series of town halls, addressed 16 public rallies, and did close to three dozen roadshows, while the party’s candidates did close to 700 mohalla meetings. (Sanjeev Verma / HT Photo)

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Minister of state for finance and Corporate Affairs Anurag Thakur addresses an election campaign at Rithala. Anurag Thakur encouraged the chanting of provocative “shoot the traitors” slogans and Delhi MP Parvesh Verma said that protesters will “enter your houses, they will pick up your sisters and daughters, rape them and kill them”. (HT Photo)

Minister of state for finance and Corporate Affairs Anurag Thakur addresses an election campaign at Rithala. Anurag Thakur encouraged the chanting of provocative “shoot the traitors” slogans and Delhi MP Parvesh Verma said that protesters will “enter your houses, they will pick up your sisters and daughters, rape them and kill them”. (HT Photo)

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The Congress, widely seen as the weakest of the three forces, did not put up a CM candidate and is primarily relying on the local influence of a set of high profile candidates. Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi addressed four public meetings across the city——Jangpura, Sangam Vihar, Kondli and Matia Mahal——and in two of these, party general secretary Priyanka Gandhi also joined him. (Biplov Bhuyan / HT Photo)

The Congress, widely seen as the weakest of the three forces, did not put up a CM candidate and is primarily relying on the local influence of a set of high profile candidates. Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi addressed four public meetings across the city——Jangpura, Sangam Vihar, Kondli and Matia Mahal——and in two of these, party general secretary Priyanka Gandhi also joined him. (Biplov Bhuyan / HT Photo)

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BJP workers felicitate Chief Minister Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath during a public meeting at Talaab Park, Mandawali. Yogi Adityanath was a key campaigner for the BJP, focusing largely on how a win for the AAP would benefit Pakistan. According to the BJP, senior party leaders held 5,239 rallies, public meetings, ‘nukkad sabhas’, party workers’ meetings and road shows as part of its campaign. (Sonu Mehta / HT Photo)

BJP workers felicitate Chief Minister Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath during a public meeting at Talaab Park, Mandawali. Yogi Adityanath was a key campaigner for the BJP, focusing largely on how a win for the AAP would benefit Pakistan. According to the BJP, senior party leaders held 5,239 rallies, public meetings, ‘nukkad sabhas’, party workers’ meetings and road shows as part of its campaign. (Sonu Mehta / HT Photo)

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AAP, Congress and BJP supporters wave flags and shout slogans outside (RO Office) SDM in New Delhi. Delhi police will use drones and social media monitoring for the polling day vigil. They have already started motorcycle and foot patrolling in sensitive areas, whereas paramilitary forces have been deployed in sensitive booths across the city. Results will out on Tuesday. (Sonu Mehta / HT Photo)

AAP, Congress and BJP supporters wave flags and shout slogans outside (RO Office) SDM in New Delhi. Delhi police will use drones and social media monitoring for the polling day vigil. They have already started motorcycle and foot patrolling in sensitive areas, whereas paramilitary forces have been deployed in sensitive booths across the city. Results will out on Tuesday. (Sonu Mehta / HT Photo)

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