The outcomes of all of the 70 meeting seats in Delhi have been revealed. In the outcomes, the Aam Aadmi Party has gone forward of the BJP and Congress with a transparent majority. Meanwhile, there have been some seats the place veterans like Aam Aadmi Party's Manish Sisodia and Atishi gained by shedding.
Delhi's Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia has gained from Patparganj seat. Sisodia has defeated BJP candidate Ravindra Singh Negi. Talking about vote share, Sisodia acquired round 49 p.c and Negi acquired about 47 p.c. <! –
When tendencies began coming in, senior Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Manish Sisodia was trailing his nearest rival Ravindra Singh Negi by greater than two thousand votes. Ravindra Singh Negi was forward for a number of rounds of counting of votes. Then abruptly the cube reversed and within the tenth spherical, Manish Sisodia took the lead for the primary time after which this edge stopped going to his victory. Manish Sisodia has acquired a complete of 65215 whereas Ravindra Singh Negi has acquired 62209 votes.
On the opposite hand, Aatishi Marlena of Aam Aadmi Party has gained from Kalka Ji seat. Atishi has acquired a complete of 55833 votes. In this seat, he was contesting towards Bharatiya Janata Party's Dharambir Singh, who acquired a complete of 44411 votes. Atishi Marlena defeated his nearest BJP candidate Dharambir Singh by practically 11 thousand votes. Earlier it was reported that Atishi was trailing the BJP candidate. Dharmbir Singh was main in counting of votes. Although Atishi was victorious within the shut match.
Apart from this, BJP's Vijender Kumar gained on the Rohini meeting seat, whereas AAP's Rajesh Banshiwala and Congress's Sumesh Gupta had been left behind on this race. In the preliminary pattern, Vijender Kumar was following. In Rohini meeting constituency on February 8, 63.14 p.c voters had used their vote, which was 5.72 p.c greater than in 2015. From right here, there was a fierce competitors within the Bharatiya Janata Party's Vijendra Kumar, Aam Aadmi Party's Rajesh Banshiwala and Congress Party's Sumesh Gupta.