New Delhi: Accompanied by the district election officer and nodal police officers, Delhi CEO Ranbir Singh on Friday visited anti-CAA protest site Shaheen Bagh. He assessed the situation and preparedness ahead of the assembly elections.
Polls in the state for the 70 assembly seats are due on February 8. CEO claimed that there is no obstruction in areas where poll activities will be conducted on February 8.
PTI quoted Ranbir Singh as saying, “I visited the Shaheen Bagh area today to assess the situation and found out that the five polling stations are in residential zones, while the protests are happening on the streets. So, there is no obstruction in areas where poll activities will be conducted, and so voters would face no problems.”
Shaheen Bagh which falls in Okhla constituency, has become the epicentre of anti-CAA protests in the national capital. The protests have been going on for nearly 50 days at Shaheen Bagh, on a stretch of a main road on Kalindi Kunj side in south Delhi.