Hung Assembly in Delhi; AAP likely to win between 13-20 seats

By on December 4, 2013


Delhi voting began at 8:00 AM at over 11,000 polling stations. A total of 810 candidates are contesting for the 70-member Delhi Assembly. This is the first time Delhi will witness a triangular contest between BJP, Congress and AAP.

Around 68% of the electorate voted in the Delhi assembly elections on Wednesday, an official of the Delhi state election commission said.

According to the C-voter exit poll, BJP is likely to get 29 seats, the incumbent Congress 21 and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) 16 and Others 4. The ABP News-Nielsen survey gave BJP 32 seats, Congress 18 and AAP 18, while others will win 2 seats. The India Today-ORG survey reveals Congress to get 21 seats, BJP to get 41, AAP 6 and others will get 3 seats.


Each exit poll said that the Congress was nowhere to come back to power in the capital. The nascent Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) was credited with anything between 13 and 20 seats in the 70-member Delhi Assembly.

Survey revealed that Delhi is moving towards hung assembly. AAP has already announced that they will never support Congress or BJP. Delhi Assembly will be interesting to watch and very difficult to predict. We have to wait till Dec 8, 2013 for actual results.

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