Delhi Lok Sabha Election 2024 Phase 6: Voting Highlights

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The sixth phase of the Delhi Lok Sabha Election, scheduled for May 25, will take place in the nation’s capital. The Delhi government and the Election Commission have completed all preparations for voting. To encourage as many people as possible to exercise their right to vote and increase the percentage of voters, the Delhi government has declared this day a public holiday.

Delhi, the capital of the country, will host the sixth phase of the Lok Sabha elections on May 25. Everything has been finalized for voting by the Election Commission and the government of Delhi. The Delhi government has made this day a public holiday to inspire as many people as possible to exercise their right to vote and increase the proportion of voters.

In contrast, liquor stores in Delhi will be closed for two days due to the Lok Sabha elections. Within 100 meters of the Ghaziabad border today, that is, from 6 p.m. on May 23 until the polls close on May 25, all alcoholic beverage establishments will be closed. In addition, on May 23 and 24, there will be tighter restrictions on cars entering Delhi.

Delhi Lok Sabha Election 2024 Overview

Poll eventPhase
Notification Date29 April
The last Date for filing a nomination6 May
Scrutiny of nomination7 May
Last Date for withdrawal of nomination9 May
Date of poll25 May
Date of counting of votes/Result4 June 2024
No. of constituencies7

Delhi Lok Sabha Election Candidates

There are two well-known contenders for the North East Delhi Lok Sabha Constituency in 2024. Tiwari is the BJP’s nominee for this important seat, where he will run against the Indian National Congress party’s nominee, Kanhaiya Kumar. Given that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has endorsed Kanhaiya Kumar, a lot is riding on this contest.

What’s closed on May 25? 

On Saturday, May 25, the polling day, all licensed establishments, including liquor stores, will be closed in Delhi and its surrounding areas, Gurgaon and Faridabad, from 6 PM on May 23 to 6 PM on May 25. Additionally, a notification from the excise department states that on June 4, the day of the announcement of the Lok Sabha Elections 2024 results, there will be no liquor sales in these cities.

It is noteworthy that the capital city’s schools have also been closed as a result of the heatwave. As a result, the Delhi government gave the order for all private schools to start their summer break immediately. Furthermore, on May 25, the fourth Saturday of the month, banks will not be open. The Reserve Bank of India declared a bank holiday in certain cities during the fifth phase.

What’s open? 

The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has declared that all routes will have metro train service beginning at 4 a.m. on May 25, the national capital’s election day. Delhi Metro train services on all lines will begin at 4 a.m. on May 25, the day of the Lok Sabha elections in Delhi, to accommodate the personnel assigned to election duty. Trains will operate at a 30-minute interval on all lines until six in the morning.

In a similar vein, starting at 4 a.m. on May 25, the Delhi Transport Corporation will operate extra bus services on 35 routes. Additionally, 46 routes will be served by Delhi Integrated Multi-Model Transit System Ltd. (DIMTS) for its bus services. The routes have been thoughtfully designed to make it simple for workers, guards, and officers who live in remote parts of the National Capital Region (NCR), including Delhi’s border regions, to get to the polling places in Delhi.


The Delhi government and Election Commission are ready for the sixth phase of the Delhi Lok Sabha Election, which is scheduled for May 25. Declaring a public holiday seeks to increase voter turnout. To facilitate voting, liquor stores will be closed and transportation services extended. The race between Kanhaiya Kumar of the Congress-AAP and Tiwari of the BJP in North East Delhi is especially important.

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