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New Delhi, February 07 (IANS) Kiran Bedi, BJP’s chief ministerial candidate in Delhi, cast her vote on Saturday at a polling booth in New Delhi and asked people to vote for “clean, literate and safe Delhi”.

“Today is a historic day for Delhiites. It’s the day for them to decide what type of Delhi they want,” Ms. Bedi said after casting her vote in Uday Park in South Delhi. She urged Delhiites to vote for “clean, literate and safe Delhi”.



color="#ff0000">After casting her vote, Kiran Bedi stood on the car roof and posed for the cameras.

A flurry of tweets this morning set the tone for an intense political battle in Delhi, which is voting today for a new government.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi began the day with an appeal to people to vote in large numbers. "As Delhi votes today, urging voters to go out & vote in large numbers. I particularly call upon my young friends to vote in record numbers," he tweeted. The same message was also posted in Hindi.


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