Delhi Assembly Election, Exit Polls Predict Clear Win For Arvind Kejriwal

Delhi went to the polls on Saturday with a record 67.21 per cent of the voters exercising their franchise. Voting for the 70-seat assembly closed at 6pm with voters turning out in large numbers between 3pm to the close.
As soon as the voting closed, various agencies which took surveys of exit polls started releasing their predictions.

By exit poll projections showing a clear victory for it, top leaders of AAP today deliberated on the possible political scenario besides analysing the party’s performance in the Delhi Assembly polls.

Aparty spokesperson said, “It was a general preparatory meeting. The meeting analysed the elections, took stock of the situation and micromanagement of polling booths at the grassroots level during the polling. All the possibilities that may emerge post February 10 were discussed”.

The party’s Campaign Committee took stock of the possible political scenario once the results are announced on Tuesday, a party leader said.

After the elections yesterday, various exit polls had predicted a clear victory for the Aam Aadmi Party while projecting BJP to be the main opposition party.