New Delhi: For the first time, Delhi residents may get to make use of the QR code facility when they go out to vote during the Assembly polls. The QR code on the slip will give all required information to the polling personnel. The Election Commission has made special arrangements to facilitate Delhi voters this time.

A senior official said, "The QR code is on cards for Delhi Assembly Election."

This latest technological innovation will make the poll process fast through the use of QR Code reading of voter slips of electors. This provision will help in faster identification of electors.
Earlier in a press release in November, Delhi Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) had said that Delhi will be the first city in the country where booth app will be used in every polling station.
This provision will help in faster identification of electors. The Booth App will give the status of electors waiting in the queue to the public who can plan their visit to the polling station according to their convenience.
Booth App will also give voter turnout on a real-time basis on poll day.
Elections in Delhi are due as the five-year term of chief minister Arvind Kejriwal-led government will be culminating in February, 2020.