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News18 India Lines up special programming on MCD Elections
New Delhi: With the MCD elections around the corner, all key political parties are engaged in a fierce battle to win at the hustings. As the national capital prepares for the civic polls that are happening right after the two-month-long political slugfest in five key states including UP, News18 India brings Delhi ka Dangal a special and extensive programming on these polls.
The power-packed programming includes Bhaiyaji Kahin which provides a platform to the voters to interact with their local leaders/candidates at a ward level. The channel also telecast a day-long special on 15th April highlighting the ground realities in various parts of the city. The channel’s team of reporters went to various wards in North, South and East Delhi and spoke to the voters about their top most concerns and expectations.
With extensive coverage on polling day, special debates & exclusive interviews and counting day coverage, the channel will ensure that viewers get a ring side view of these elections.
Catch all the updates on MCD Elections, 2017 on News18 India:
- Bhaiyaji Kahin: Daily at 6 PM
- Delhi Ka Dangal- Election Bulletin: Daily at 5 PM
- Polling Day Coverage: 23rd April
- Counting Day Coverage: 26th April