Delhi Election Result 2015 – AAP Wins By Majority, PM Congratulated Kejriwal

By | February 10, 2015

Delhi Election Result 2015

Counting of votes for the high-profile Delhi Assembly Election in which Bharatiya Janata Party and Aam Aadmi Party are kept in an immediate fight has been complete and result of Election is revealed now. Arvind Kejriwal, the former Revenue Service officer who led his party, wins By Majority in the New Delhi and PM of India, Narendra Modi Congratulated to Kejriwal for this Dream Victory.

NCT of Delhi Result Status

Status Known For 70 out of 70 Constituencies
Party Won Leading Total
Bharatiya Janata Party 3 0 3
Aam Aadmi Party 67 0 67
Total 70 0 70

Partywise Trends & Result

The fight to win control over the city saw a resurgent Aam Aadmi Party providing a challenging fight to the BJP. When results began flowing in around 8 am, both the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) were neck-to-neck.

But those trends modified quickly in the next half-hour. The AAP began combining on seats everywhere from outer Delhi to small sized constituencies in central Delhi. By 11 am, the AAP was leading in 62 seats and the BJP facing difficulties to get to dual numbers. The Congress is not winning in any seat.

According to the current trend status of Delhi Election Result 2015 is:

NCT OF Delhi Result Status

Status Known For 70 out of 70 Constituencies

Party Won Leading Total
Bharatiya Janata Party 3 0 3
Aam Aadmi Party 66 1 67
Total 69 1 70

Partywise Vote Share

Partywise Result1

After a long period of doubt, finally Delhi has govt. of AAP now. The message is loud and clear: “5 Saal Kejriwal”. According to the reviews, the 46-year-old AAP chief Mr Kejriwal will take oath as Delhi’s Chief Minister at the Ramlila ground on Feb 14. It was on Feb 14 last season that he had resigned after 49 turbulent days as Delhi chief minister.

Celebration has started at outside AAP’s workplaces not only in Delhi but also across the country. AAP is leading on 67 seats while the BJP is forward on just 3 seats. The Congress is absolutely smeared in Delhi Assembly Elections 2015.

Kejriwal’s apology and reinvention

Everybody deserves a second opportunity – that’s what the Delhi voter experienced. On every available opportunity, Kejriwal apologized for giving up after 49 days. Kejriwal’s apology created him look honest and improved his ‘aam aadmi’ appeal.

Finally, Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP is set for a landslide victory and going to form his government in Delhi. After the final result, Mr Kejriwal said, to loud cheers that we will always move the direction of truth, “It is very terrifying, the kind of support the people of Delhi have given us.”

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