An animated discussion is on among the rickshawpullers outside the station on the possible election result here.
Some porters sipping tea outside the main station place a friendly bet on the outcome for the seat, which till now was considered a bastion of the Gandhi family.
A few hours later, counting trends released by the Election Commission showed Irani actually ahead of Gandhi.
Though Dubey is confident of Rahul Gandhi's win, he feels the victory margin will come down, considering the all-out electioneering by the ruling party here.
BJP supporter Shiv Pujan Pandey says Smriti Irani will break into the Congress citadel as she has proved her dedication to the constituency, keeping in touch with the people even after losing in 2014.
Local student Anjali feels that though the campaign was loud, Amethi's voters have largely kept their views to themselves.
She says though Gandhi remained busy elsewhere during the campaign, his sister, party general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, filled in the gap.
Priyanka Gandhi is equally important for the voters here, she feels.
"The Gandhi family is directly associated with the constituency, and for the people here it is sort of an extension of their family," he says.
He feels sure of the result.
But so do some BJP workers gathered outside the district magistrate's office.
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