All eyes on Delhi Election Results, It's BJP vs AAP this time
New Delhi : Only a few hours are left when we all will know who has won the Delhi election and will be ruling the national capital for next five years. Chances are that Aam Aadmi Party may make a comeback with a majority seats but then BJP is also likely to give a tough competition to the ruling government with their poll campaign focused on Shaheen Bagh protests.
Counting of votes will begin from 8 am. The voting had concluded on December 8 at 6 pm. Interestingly, the Election Commission released the total turnout number one day after the poll which was 62.59%.
Voting was held for all 70 Assembly Seats of Delhi. While, voting was done in 21 centers, the counting will be done at 21 designated centers.
Meanwhile, the Exit Polls have predicted a clear majority for the ruling Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party. The political outfits have been claiming that the results will be different from the Exit polls.
BJP's Manoj Tiwari claimed that his party would win the election with precisely 48 seats and said other parties should not make the excuse of EVM tampering for their defeat.