Elections: All Government Schools In Delhi Closed Today Due To Elections

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There is voting for the Municipal Corporation elections in Delhi tomorrow. Polling stations have been set up in all government schools for voting on December 4. In such a situation, in view of their preparation, Saturday will be a holiday in all government schools. Instead, schools will open on the second Saturday on 10th December. On behalf of the Directorate of Education, all government school heads have been directed to convey the information about school closure on December 3 to the students, staff members, school management committee members and parents. At the same time, private schools in some areas have also decided to keep the school closed in view of the preparations for the MCD elections. Information about this has been sent to the parents through a message.

DTC buses will start running from 3 am tomorrow
In view of MCD elections, metro services will start from 4 am on Sunday. Metro will be available on all lines between 4 am and 6 am at an interval of half an hour. After this the metro will run as per the normal timetable. Delhi Transport Corporation has also decided to run buses from 3 am onwards. During this, buses will be run on 35 routes, so that there is no problem in traffic. During the counting of votes, the bus service will start at 3 am on Wednesday also.

There will be live webcasting of sensitive booths
The State Election Commission will conduct live webcasting of sensitive booths to ensure peaceful polling in the Delhi Municipal Corporation elections. Votes will be cast at 13368 polling booths in the polling for the corporation elections to be held on Sunday. Of these, 3360 are sensitive. Adequate security arrangements have been made at one-fourth of these sensitive booths built in 493 areas of Delhi. Along with this, 493 micro observers have also been installed. Apart from this, the whole of Delhi has been converted into a cantonment.
State Election Commissioner Vijay Dev says that complete preparations have been made to conduct the polling on Sunday in a peaceful manner.

Deployment of 76 thousand soldiers
75776 jawans will be deployed on Sunday for the security of Delhi Municipal Corporation elections. Out of these, 55,000 Delhi Police, 20,673 Home Guard personnel from Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Haryana and Delhi, 108 companies of CRPF and SAP will be deployed. After the election, with their help, the counting center and strong room will also be protected.

11 thousand home guards will come from UP
11,000 home guards have been called from Uttar Pradesh to conduct the corporation elections peacefully. Apart from these, three thousand home guards have been called from Rajasthan and 2.6 thousand from Haryana. All these along with the police and paramilitary forces will provide security and also help the voters coming to vote. Especially the disabled voters.

Special focus will be on North-East Delhi
In view of the riots in North-East Delhi after the Delhi Assembly elections, special attention will be paid to these areas. Most of the sensitive polling booths set up in Delhi are in these areas.

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There is voting for the Municipal Corporation elections in Delhi tomorrow. Polling stations have been set up in all government schools for voting on December 4. In such a situation, in view of their preparation, Saturday will be a holiday in all government schools. Instead, schools will open on the second Saturday on 10th December. On behalf of the Directorate of Education, all government school heads have been directed to convey the information about school closure on December 3 to the students, staff members, school management committee members and parents. At the same time, private schools in some areas have also decided to keep the school closed in view of the preparations for the MCD elections. Information about this has been sent to the parents through a message.

DTC buses will start running from 3 am tomorrow

In view of MCD elections, metro services will start from 4 am on Sunday. Metro will be available on all lines between 4 am and 6 am at an interval of half an hour. After this the metro will run as per the normal timetable. Delhi Transport Corporation has also decided to run buses from 3 am onwards. During this, buses will be run on 35 routes, so that there is no problem in traffic. During the counting of votes, the bus service will start at 3 am on Wednesday also.

There will be live webcasting of sensitive booths

The State Election Commission will conduct live webcasting of sensitive booths to ensure peaceful polling in the Delhi Municipal Corporation elections. Votes will be cast at 13368 polling booths in the polling for the corporation elections to be held on Sunday. Of these, 3360 are sensitive. Adequate security arrangements have been made at one-fourth of these sensitive booths built in 493 areas of Delhi. Along with this, 493 micro observers have also been installed. Apart from this, the whole of Delhi has been converted into a cantonment.

State Election Commissioner Vijay Dev says that complete preparations have been made to conduct the polling on Sunday in a peaceful manner.

Deployment of 76 thousand soldiers

75776 jawans will be deployed on Sunday for the security of Delhi Municipal Corporation elections. Out of these, 55,000 Delhi Police, 20,673 Home Guard personnel from Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Haryana and Delhi, 108 companies of CRPF and SAP will be deployed. After the election, with their help, the counting center and strong room will also be protected.

11 thousand home guards will come from UP

11,000 home guards have been called from Uttar Pradesh to conduct the corporation elections peacefully. Apart from these, three thousand home guards have been called from Rajasthan and 2.6 thousand from Haryana. All these along with the police and paramilitary forces will provide security and also help the voters coming to vote. Especially the disabled voters.

Special focus will be on North-East Delhi

In view of the riots in North-East Delhi after the Delhi Assembly elections, special attention will be paid to these areas. Most of the sensitive polling booths set up in Delhi are in these areas.

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