#VoteKarDilli: Netizens share pictures of their inked finger on social media
The polling for the 70-member Delhi Assembly is underway and netizens storm twitter to proudly sport their inked fingers and urging others to go vote. Here are some of the pictures from social media.
Delhi votes again. Over 1.47 crore people are eligible to exercise their franchise in the polls that will decide the fate of 672 candidates. The polling which began at 8 AM saw 27.04% voter turnout till 1.30 PM. Citizens are taking to social media to proudly display their inked finger with the hashtag #VoteKarDilli and urging others to their part in selecting the next government of the national capital. Here are a few takeaways:
More than half of India's population may consist of youngsters, but it is the older generation who is setting an example for young voters.
Our Dadaji is a 107 years old this year. He was a member of the Drafting Committee of the Constitution of India. Dada has never missed casting his vote. Delhi, you have no excuse. #VoteKarDilli #DelhiElections2020 #VoteKarDilli #DelhiElections2020 pic.twitter.com/CVRLitewyW— Mitali Mukherjee (@MitaliLive) February 8, 2020
#DelhiPolls2020 | An elderly couple show their inked fingers outside a polling station at CR Park, during Delhi Assembly elections, in New Delhi#DelhiElections2020 #VoteKarDilli— OneIndia (@Oneindia) February 8, 2020
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Heart touching gesture shown by @DelhiPolice today during #DelhiAssemblyPolls while helping senior citizens cast their votes.— SPsofIndia (@SPsofIndia) February 8, 2020
Our #PoliceOfficers make sure that no one eligible for voting shall be missed. @CPDelhi@ECISVEEP#delhiassemblyelection2020#VoteKarDilli pic.twitter.com/qLhURIE89y
This Delhi family tweeted a picture with all their inked fingers accounted for.
Delhi, make sure to cast your vote today. It's your right and responsibility. #DelhiElections2020 #VoteKarDilli #SaturdayMotivation #DelhiAssemblyElections #Election2020 #ElectionCommissionOfIndia #SVEEP #mithilapainting pic.twitter.com/k6IfkDyuSZ— Jaya Dourbi (@JayaDourbi) February 8, 2020
This young lady wants Delhi to elect a government that can provide a vision that will ensure that the next generation also gets to enjoy a "great childhood" like hers'.
I had a great childhood in Delhi, and I want my ???????? to have the same. As a parent, you can provide creature comforts, but as citizen, you can help set the direction of the city, country. #VoteKarDilli — no excuse since @CeodelhiOffice has made it seamless (15-20 mins, max!) ???????? pic.twitter.com/LZPnJwbpWR— Mahima Kaul (@misskaul) February 8, 2020
Just do your thing Delhi. Just do your thing.