New Delhi, 08 February : According to the poll (exit poll) in Delhi on Saturday, Arvind Kejriwal is returning to power again with a majority of the government.
According to various exit poll estimates, the Aam Aadmi Party could get 40 to 50 seats and the BJP 15 to 30 seats. At the same time, in terms of vote percentage, the Aam Aadmi Party has a lead of about 15 percent over BJP.
The voting process concluded on Saturday for 70 assembly seats in the country’s capital Delhi. This time the vote percentage has come down to 56 percent from 67.12 last time.
According to Times Now (IPSOS) survey, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) will get 44 seats, BJP 26 and Congress and others will not get any seats.
According to the survey of Republic (Jan Ki Baat), AAP can get 48-61 seats, BJP 9-21 and Congress 0-1 seats.
According to a survey by News X (leader), AAP will get 50-56 seats, BJP 10-14 and Congress will not get any seats.
In the ABP (C voter) survey, AAP will get 49-63 seats, BJP 5-19 and Congress 0-4 seats.
According to Sudarshan News, AAP may get 40 to 45 seats, BJP 24-26 and Congress 2-3 seats.