Several polling booths in Delhi saw serpentine queues as people turned out in droves to choose the next chief minister of Delhi. Polling commenced earlier today, following high-octane campaigns which saw BJP, Congress and AAP exchanging barbs and accusing each other of failing to keep their promises.
Let's look at a few political leaders and bureaucrats who cast their votes early in the morning:
Seen casting his vote at a polling station in Matiala assembly constituency was Parvesh Verma, a BJP MP. Sumesh Shokeen of Congress and BJP's Rajesh Gehlot are contesting for this constituency as well in a bid to replace Gulab Singh Yadav of AAP, who is the current MLA and party's candidate from Matiala.