According to the initial trends of the Delhi Municipal elections, there would have been a close fight between the AAP and the BJP. The picture becomes somewhat clear after three hours of just starting with speculation. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party has started to Khalsa the BJP’s 15 years of power.
After seeing the data of Savvabara Vatachi in the afternoon (at the beginning of polling), AAP has won 89 seats, 47 seats Aghadivar (number 136), and BJP has won 69 seats and 32 seats Aghadi (number 101). The Congress has won 4 Jaganawar Jinkalya and five Jaganwar Aghadi (unit 9). Three places are seen going to other candidates.
Majority of the exit polls, the Delhi Municipal Corporation would get a majority on the Aam Aadmi Party, such an assumption would have been round. This guess almost seems to be true.
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The Delhi Election Commission has established a total of 42 polling stations in the capital for polling. Matmojani centers have been established in Shastri Park, Yamuna Vihar, Mayur Vihar, Nand Nagri, Dwarka, Okhla, Mangolpuri, Pitampura, Alipore and Model Town only. On December 4, polling would have been held for 250 seats of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi.
68 election inspectors have already been deployed for polling. At this time, a total of 1 thousand 349 candidates are contesting in the Delhi Municipal Elections in 250 divisions. There was a fight between the BJP and the Aam Aadmi Party in the election. In the exit polls, there was a picture of Congress after the contest.
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