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Voter Turnout Picks Up in Delhi Election on 4 Dec 2013 Seems Arvind Kejriwal Makes an Impact on Voters

This is a good news. This time in Delhi election the news is that the voters turnout is picking up slowly as the day passing on. It seems that now everyone want a change on political front. Arvind Kejriwal was constantly urging people to go out and vote for the right candidate as only thing than can bring the change in this country is votes, more votes. If you want to select a right candidate (of your choice), go out and vote. If you are above 18, you must vote. Give your vote to the right candidate to help our country picking up its pace again.

Millions voted in Delhi on Wednesday in polls seen as a barometer of how Indians will vote in the general election just months away. The battle for Delhi has emerged as a triangular contest for the first time, between three-time chief minister Sheila Dikshit, BJP’s doctor-politician Harsh Vardhan and debutant Arvind Kejriwal, who is hoping to upstage the two political behemoths.

Nearly 12 million or 1.2 crore people are eligible to vote for the 70-member Delhi Assembly. Among them are former Vice President Hamid Ansari and President APJ Abdul Kalam.

“Please vote, then eat,” advised Mr Kejriwal, who was among the earliest voters. He came with some 100 supporters, wearing white Gandhi caps which, along with the broom, is the fledgling party’s trademark. At 75, Sheila Dikshit is fighting for a record fourth term, on the strength of her party’s development agenda.

The BJP’s Chief Ministerial candidate Harsh Vardhan, an E.N.T surgeon and former Health Minister, hopes to reestablish his party in the saddle after 15 long years.

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