Delhi Elections — AAP deflates BJP

The AAP stunned everyone with an overwhelming victory in the Delhi assembly polls, setting up a second stint for Arvind Kejriwal as chief minister. The AAP bagged as many as 67 seats of the 70-member House, going far beyond the most optimistic exit polls. The BJP was left bruised in a distant second place with wins projected for it in just three seats. The Congress drew a blank. BJP’s CM candidate, Kiran Bedi, lost the elections. AAP got 54.3% of the total polled votes, while BJP came a distant second with 32.2% of the votes polled.

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