Delhi MCD Election Results | MCD elections: BJP ‘cleaned’ by AAP’s broom, 15 years of rule will end IG News

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New Delhi. On one hand, the results of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) elections are coming one after the other. At the same time, it is completely clear from the trends that Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) seems to be getting majority in this election. However, the BJP still seems to be giving more or less a tough fight. At the same time, Congress is also leading on ten seats. However, till some time ago, Congress was leading only in 4-5 seats.

Today, Aam Aadmi Party workers are celebrating outside the party office in Delhi. Official trends show AAP has won 106 seats and is leading in 26, while BJP has won 84 seats and is leading in 20, counting is underway. INC has won 5 seats, leading in 5 and Independent candidate has won 1, leading in 3.

Let us inform that, the convenor of ‘AAP’ and the Chief Minister of Delhi had earlier said that his party would register victory in 230 wards. An outright victory for the party in the MCD elections would be another example of its influence on Delhi. BJP’s Delhi unit president Adesh Gupta said, “Despite 15 years of anti-incumbency wave, our performance is better. We worked for the welfare of the people of Delhi in the municipal corporations, but maybe some people are not happy. However, there is no resentment against the BJP.”

Let us inform that, on December 4, voting was held on 250 seats of Delhi MCD. A total of 1349 candidates are in the fray in 250 wards in these elections. BJP is in control of Delhi MCD for the last 15 years. But looking at the results so far, AAP seems to be moving ahead strongly in the direction of ending the 15-year rule of BJP this time.

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