Poll of poles: Arvind Kejriwal able to put hat-trick in Delhi, attainable return with enormous majority

by Jeremy Spirogis
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New Delhi: After the tip of voting for the Delhi Assembly elections on Saturday, the exit ballot launched by all of the TV channels, the Kejriwal authorities appears to be returning with a majority in energy. TV channels have given 44 to 68 seats to the Aam Aadmi Party of their exit ballot. However, BJP's well being additionally appears to enhance in comparison with the 2015 elections. The BJP, which received solely three seats in 2015, has indications of getting two to 26 seats this time.

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), which is in energy in Delhi, is anticipated to get an enormous win in all of the seven Lok Sabha constituencies of the nationwide capital on this meeting election. <! –

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                 According to the outcomes of the IANS-Sevote exit ballot, out of all of the 70 meeting seats in Delhi, AAP can have 49 to 63 seats in its account. 11,839 individuals surveyed in all 70 meeting constituencies had been requested which celebration they voted for.

According to the exit ballot of Times Now, the Aam Aadmi Party is profitable 47 seats in Delhi, whereas the BJP will get 23 seats, whereas the Congress and others have zero seats of their account. Similarly, the Republic has given 48 to 61 seats to the Aam Aadmi Party, 9 to 21 to the BJP and nil to the Congress. TV9 Bharatvarsha has given 54 seats to the account of Aam Aadmi Party, 15 to BJP and one to Congress.

India Today-Axis has given 59 to 68 seats to the Aam Aadmi Party, whereas the BJP has stated that two to 11 seats and the Congress haven’t been given a single seat.

While News X has given 50-56 seats to Aam Aadmi Party, 10 to 14 to BJP and nil seats to Congress and others. According to Republic TV, the Aam Aadmi Party is more likely to get 51 to 52 % vote share on this election. At the identical time, BJP will get 38 to 40 %, Congress 4 to 5 and others will get 5 % vote share.

( Input IANS )

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