New Delhi: In all the 21 constituencies in Delhi In many places, the lead level is below 1000 votes. The Aam Aadmi Party is leading in 62 seats with a clear lead. The BJP is leading in 8 seats. Earlier, the BJP had come up to 22 seats.
However, deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia is finally getting the back seat of the Ganja seat. The Aam Aadmi Party, with its full expectation of success, has started cheering in many places. Congress does not even lead in one seat.
The BJP has not given up hope despite the first results of the Delhi Assembly polls. BJP leaders have said that the AAP’s lead in many seats is too low and will change. BJP leaders say the lead is less than 1,000 votes in at least one of the 21 constituencies. They say this will change as the counting progresses and the final result will be favorable to the BJP.
Delhi BJP president Manoj Tiwari shared this hope when he met the media. Tiwari said he was not disappointed with the initial results. In the end, the BJP will win, he added.