7.45 AM Update: Will the AAP make a stunning come back? Or will Modi wave continue? The counting of votes for Delhi Assembly Elections 2015 is going to start soon. The clear mandate of Delhi Assembly Election Results 2015 will emerge by 12 PM with the trends coming in early hours. Aam Aadmi Party expressed full confidence wrestling in power while there was sense of nervousness in BJP’s camp after exit poll results.
7.30 AM Update: The counting of votes for high profile Delhi Assembly Elections 2015 in which Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) are locked, will begin shortly. The Electronic Voting Machines are being heavily guarded at the counting centres. Counting is going to take place at 14 centres. Stay connected with us to get the early trends of Delhi Assembly Election Results 2015.
7.15 AM Update: Will the AAP make a stunning comeback as predicted in the exit polls? The Delhi Assembly Elections 2015 results will start pouring in from 8 AM. The clear picture of Delhi Assembly Election Results 2015 will emerge by 12 PM with the trends coming in early hours.
The counting of votes for high-voltage Delhi Assembly Elections 2015 will start at 8 AM. The clear picture of Delhi Assembly Election Results 2015 will emerge by 12 PM with the trends coming in early hours. The battle to get control over national capital saw intense duel between Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and Kiran Bedi-led Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Indian National Congress (Congress) led by Ajay Maken left no stone unturned to revive their party after dismal performances in previous elections.
The counting is scheduled to take place at 14 centers in nine districts of Delhi. A record 67.14 per cent voter turnout was seen in Delhi polls. A total of 673 candidates contested for the 70-seat Delhi Legislative Assembly. The voting for Delhi Assembly Polls had taken place at 12,177 polling stations, of which 714 have been cited as “critical”. Of these polling booths, 191 are identified as “highly critical”.
All the Exit polls conducted on Delhi Polls 2015 have given AAP a decisive edge over BJP but the saffron party has rejected all the results and showed full confidence of coming to power in Delhi after a gap of 16 years. BJP made a gamble by fielding former IPS officer Kiran Bedi as its chief ministerial candidate. Although, many political observers thought that the induction of Bedi backfired on BJP as she is politically inexperienced. AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal ran poll campaign relentlessly to counter ‘Modi-wave’ in Delhi. Congress made Ajay Maken its poll campaign in-charge but it did not benefit the party that ruled Delhi for 15 long years.
Stay tuned for latest updates on Delhi election results and find out how close were the prediction on AAP results and BJP results done by various Exit polls.
Source - India .com