Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Old Photos- Various Vintage Photos -Part 137

General Election Scene in Delhi- 1952 
A blind old man being carried towards a polling booth by his son, to help him to cast his vote, near a polling station in Jama Masjid area in Delhi.

A view of Polling Booth at Modern High School, in New Delhi. A long queue of women voters are seen waiting for their turn to cast their votes.

General Election Scenes in Delhi (Jan. 1952). Vote for Hut a symbol for Smt. Sucheta Kripalani (KMPP). One of the candidates for Parliamentary Constituency.

General Election Scenes in Delhi (Jan. 1952).A close up of a poster pasted on a government resident in Delhi.

General Election Scenes in Delhi (Jan. 1952).A Congress Election Camp near Willingdon Air Port, New Delhi.

General Election Scenes in Delhi (Jan. 1952).A Congress procession showing bullocks and flag. A pair of bullocks was the election symbol of Congress Party.

General Election Scenes in Delhi (Jan. 1952).A cyclist canvassing for the Congress candidate.

General Election Scenes in Delhi (Jan. 1952).A front view of Congress Party election procession. A pair of bullocks was symbol of the Congress Party.

General Election Scenes in Delhi (Jan. 1952).A number of elecltion campaigners on cycle doing propaganda work for a candidate of the Jan Sangh.

General Election Scenes in Delhi (Jan. 1952).A pair of bullocks – this was the election symbol for the Congress Party.

General Election Scenes in Delhi (Jan. 1952).A poster of Socialist Party posted on a gate of a New Delhi residence.

General Election Scenes in Delhi (Jan. 1952).‘Hut’ was the election symbol of the K.M.P.P. Party. A model of ‘Hut’ for Sucheta Kripalani, one of the candidates for the House of People.


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