As few more hours of voting are left in the Delhi Assembly elections the countdown for the new government has begun. The exit polls are heading towards the return of Arvind Kejriwal as the Chief Minister (CM) of Delhi. Though the latest updates would come after the voting time is over AAP looks to sweep Delhi.
If the exit polls translate into results then Kejriwal 3.0 would become a reality. Kejriwal who is earlier twice been sworn in as Delhi’s CM was asking for votes on the back of his government’s work.
Exit polls conducted as early as one month ago showed AAP (Aam Aadmi Party) getting majority. The ABP opinion poll predicted a 50% vote share for AAP in the Delhi election. The party is expected to get around 45-60 seats out of 70 in the election.
BJP, on the other hand, is expected to boost their tally from last year. The saffron party that got just 3 seats is expected to get around 10-15 seats this time. The third party in Delhi’s battle ‘Congress’ is expected to get seats in single digit.
The Times Now’s survey predicted 54-60 seats for AAP, 10-14 for the BJP and 0-2 for the Congress. The survey also predicted that the vote share of AAP, BJP, and Congress will hover around 52 percent, 34 percent, and 4 percent, respectively.
Congress which ruled Delhi for 15 years failed to open their account in the assembly elections last time. This time around the story look a touch brighter with 1-2 seats likely to fall in their kitty. The results of the assembly elections would be announced on 11th February.