Delhi MCD Elections Results 2017 There are total of 272 wards now in Delhi MCD including east, north and south Delhi which are also known as NDMC, SMDC and EDMC or districts, so the elections will be conducted by once a 5 year for Delhi Municipal Corporation of Delhi as same as Vidhan Sabha (Assembly) or Lok Sabha (Parliamentary) elections, so the next Delhi Municipal Corporation of Delhi elections can be conducted in the month of April 2017.
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Delhi MCD Elections 2017 Delhi is eagerly awaiting the MCD (Municipal Corporation of Delhi) election results that would be announced Today. The exit polls have already predicted that the BJP is going to sweep the elections. The counting of votes for 270 wards will start at 8 AM tomorrow. Elections in two wards have been postponed due to the death of the candidate. The early trends are likely to be available by 11 AM though the final result would only be announced after 5 PM. The votes would be counted at 35 centers across city. Over ninety thousand security personnel will be deployed at various counting centers. The voting for the MCD Municipal Corporation of Delhi elections in the capital was concluded peacefully on Sunday. The results for the three wings of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi would be declared on April 26, 2017. More than 54% voters exercised their franchise despite heat wave in the capital. For the last ten years these municipalities have been ruled by the BJP.
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DMC Wards and Seats Reservation:
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MCD election counting and result 2017:
As per reports, Counting of voters for MCD elections 2017 will take place at 39 centres and on April 26. State Election Commission (SEC) Delhi has set up 35 centres for counting of the votes. Of them, 13 centres are in South Delhi where voting percentage was 50 percent, 16 centres have beens set up in North Delhi where voting percentage was 54 percent. In North Delhi, 55 percent voted and six centres are set up for the counting.