While in several constituencies, women voter turnout percentage was almost equal to men, it was higher than men in Kirari, Chattarpur, Sangam Vihar, Tughlaqabad, RK Puram, Ballimaran, Moti Nagar, Palam, Delhi Cantt and Rajendra Nagar.
The national capital registered its highest-ever voter turnout of 65.86 percent in the keenly contested Assembly polls.
As high as 65.17 percent women (34.6 lakh) cast their ballot in the three-cornered contest among Congress, BJP and debutant Aam Aadmi Party, an increase of nine percent from last Delhi Assembly elections.
In 2008 Assembly polls, the overall voting percentage was 57.58 while voting percentage of men and women stood at 58.34 percent and 56.62 percent respectively.
Out of 1.19 crore eligible voters including 66.1 lakh men and 53.2 lakh women, over 78.1 lakh people exercised their franchise on 4th December.
With security, safety and inflation being the main issues for them, women, including youngsters, housewives, professionals and elderly, went out of their home to cast their vote.


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