Delhiites are not interested in by-elections, the same was demonstrated in Rajendra Nagar

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Not only the by-election of Rajendra Nagar assembly constituency, the people of Delhi have not shown much interest in any by-election in the last 13 years. The turnout in all polls has been below 50 percent.

In the five by-elections held during this period, the lowest vote took place on Thursday for the second time. Experts believe that the large number of active population, Delhi’s constitutional position and the multi-agency system are responsible for this. For these reasons, people do not participate in by-elections as in general elections.

If we look at the figures, despite the emphasis of the Delhi polling station, only 43.75 per cent of the votes were recorded in Rajendra Nagar’s by-elections on Thursday. The situation of the by-elections before that is not much better either. In the 2009 Okhla assembly by-elections, 36 percent voted. At the same time, in the other three remaining by-elections, the turnout has been below 50 per cent, while in the general election it remains above 60 per cent.

Politician Prof. Rajesh Jha says there can be many reasons for low participation. There is a voting permit for those working in government offices. Thousands of workers go to factories in NCR cities every day, unable to participate in voting due to lack of permission. There is more or less inclination to vote among the different sectors of the electorate. There are some voters who have become apathetic to vote in the face of the current situation. Low participation is also sometimes seen as a support to the current system.

According to experts, Delhi’s constitutional position and the multi-agency system are also responsible for this. Due to the absence of a full state, the rights of Delhi MPs are limited. At the same time, DDA and MCD have many rights. People have to go to all three agencies for their different types of work. In this, the public representative of one agency may not be helpful in doing the work of another. That is why, unlike in general elections, Delhiites give priority to their personal work in by-elections over voting.

Transgender people beat men and women when it comes to voting
Transgender people go ahead of male and female voters in Rajendra Nagar’s by-elections. 50% of transgender people voted in by-elections, including 43.67% of men and 43.86% of women. The General Electoral Office did its utmost to provide better facilities to voters in the by-elections.

AAP and BJP leaders claim victory
Following the vote for the Rajendra Nagar constituency by-election on Thursday, the Aam Aadmi Party and the BJP are committed to a loss of deposits, mainly in the matter of victory. The leaders of both parties express their hope of victory in their respective strongholds in the hope of voting in their favor. However, political experts mention it as a close competition between AAP and BJP. As before the by-election, it is considered the main competition between the AAP and the BJP.

This area is divided into Narayana, Indrapuri and Rajendra Nagar districts. In the Narayana district, the political experts of the AAP and the BJP also consider that they are an egalitarian contest, while in the Indrapuri district, the AAP is considered to have a great advantage. Here BJP also considers the AAP to be strong. At the same time, the BJP is considered very strong in Rajendra Nagar neighborhood. You also consider him strong.

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Not only the by-election of Rajendra Nagar assembly constituency, the people of Delhi have not shown much interest in any by-election in the last 13 years. The turnout in all polls has been below 50 percent.

In the five by-elections held during this period, the lowest vote took place on Thursday for the second time. Experts believe that the large number of active population, Delhi’s constitutional position and the multi-agency system are responsible for this. For these reasons, people do not participate in by-elections as in general elections.

If we look at the figures, despite the emphasis of the Delhi polling station, only 43.75 per cent of the votes were recorded in Rajendra Nagar’s by-elections on Thursday. The situation of the by-elections before that is not much better either. In the 2009 Okhla assembly by-elections, 36 percent voted. At the same time, in the other three remaining by-elections, the turnout has been below 50 per cent, while in the general election it remains above 60 per cent.

Politician Prof. Rajesh Jha says there can be many reasons for low participation. There is a voting permit for those working in government offices. Thousands of workers go to factories in NCR cities every day, unable to participate in voting due to lack of permission. There is more or less inclination to vote among the different sectors of the electorate. There are some voters who have become apathetic to vote in the face of the current situation. Low participation is also sometimes seen as a support to the current system.

According to experts, Delhi’s constitutional position and the multi-agency system are also responsible for this. Due to the absence of a full state, the rights of Delhi MPs are limited. At the same time, DDA and MCD have many rights. People have to go to all three agencies for their different types of work. In this, the public representative of one agency may not be helpful in doing the work of another. That is why, unlike in general elections, Delhiites give priority to their personal work in by-elections over voting.

Transgender people beat men and women when it comes to voting

Transgender people go ahead of male and female voters in Rajendra Nagar’s by-elections. 50% of transgender people voted in the by-elections, including 43.67% of men and 43.86% of women. The General Electoral Office did its utmost to provide better facilities to voters in the by-elections.

AAP and BJP leaders claim victory

Following the vote for the Rajendra Nagar constituency by-election on Thursday, the Aam Aadmi Party and the BJP are committed to a loss of deposits, mainly in the matter of victory. The leaders of both parties express their hope of victory in their respective strongholds in the hope of voting in their favor. However, political experts mention it as a close competition between AAP and BJP. As before the by-election, it is considered the main competition between the AAP and the BJP.

This area is divided into Narayana, Indrapuri and Rajendra Nagar districts. In the Narayana district, the political experts of the AAP and the BJP also consider that they are an egalitarian contest, while in the Indrapuri district, the AAP is considered to have a great advantage. Here BJP also considers the AAP to be strong. At the same time, the BJP is considered very strong in Rajendra Nagar neighborhood. You also consider him strong.

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