- There was a 61.85% turnout for Delhi Assembly elections on Saturday, which is about 5% less than last time.
- BJP is number 2 in exit poll estimates, it is projected to get 26 seats and Congress 2 seats.
Delhi Election: The Aam Aadmi Party showed an edge in all exit polls after voting in the Delhi Assembly on Saturday. After this, Home Minister Amit Shah held a meeting with top BJP leaders. The BJP said that exit polls do not show accurate figures and should be waited on till the results are out on Monday. On the other hand, AAP leader Sanjay Singh said on Sunday that the Election Commission is not revealing the polling percentage, it shows the possibility of disturbances.
After the BJP meeting under the Shah’s leadership, Union Minister Prakash Javadekar denied the Aam Aadmi Party’s claims of victory, saying exit polls could be wrong. Therefore, the BJP will wait for the exit polls. He asserted, “BJP will win Delhi elections and there will be a big difference between exit polls and final results.” The exit polls were also proved wrong in the Lok Sabha elections. ”
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AAP Questioned the Safety of EVMs
The Aam Aadmi Party also held a meeting after the vote. In this, concern was raised over the safeguarding of EVMs till the counting of votes. AAP leader Sanjay Singh said on Sunday – For the first time in the history of 70 years. it would have happened that the Election Commission was not ready to tell what percentage of the turnout was done. It means there is black in some lentils, some game is going on inside. Earlier, he had posted a video predicting EVM tampering. Sanjay Singh said that on Saturday evening, people caught the government employee with EVM without security. Simultaneously, Singh also raised questions about the location of EVMs from the bus. Delhi Election.
AAP’s Hat Trick Estimate in Delhi, BJP Likely to Get Maximum 26 Seats
In the exit polls, Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party projected a clear majority. If the guesses prove to be correct, this time Kejriwal. who replaced the guarantee card, will put a hat-trick of victory. Earlier, he formed the AAP government in Delhi in 2013 and 2015.
BJP is again at number two in exit poll estimates. it is projected to get a maximum of 26 seats and Congress a maximum of 2 seats. In the last assembly election too, AAP won 67 out of 70 seats and BJP had only 3 seats. Whereas, in these elections 6 exit polls had projected BJP to get 24 seats and AAP 45 seats. All exit polls failed. The AAP got more seats than anticipated.