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Representatives of the political parties, including the BJP and the Congress, had urged the CEO for an extension arguing that during the fortnight-long campaigning it would be very difficult for their leaders to meet the deadline of 10 p.m. and at times the public meetings extended beyond it. In his response, Mr. Goel referred to the model code of conduct and is understood to have argued that 11 p.m. was no time to campaign.
In response to another query, Mr. Goel said the final voters' list and polling stations would be ready in a few days. The Election Commission officials also informed the representatives of political parties about the election observers for the Delhi Assembly elections and details of election expenses, which their candidates would have to fill.
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