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Delhi poll results live: AAP 67, BJP 7, Congress 0

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Party Lead Won Total
BJP+ 3 3 3
AAP 67 67 67
Cong 0 0
Others 0 0

Live Delhi Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) Election Results 2015 Latest Updates
10:31 am
Prime Minister Narendra Modi calls up AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal to congratulate him on his win.

10:15 am
The promises made by Modi were not fulfilled so the trust of the people in Modi has decreased: Anna Hazare
Today also people have trust in Arvind Kejriwal that he will fight for the people: Anna Hazare
Anna Hazare appeals Arvind not to repeat the mistakes he made earlier

10.06 am: The Congress is being humiliated in Delhi
The Congress is being humiliated in Delhi. Its vote share is likely to dip below ten percent.

Its star candidates like Kiran Walia have not even got 500 votes in the first few rounds. Most of the Muslims, dalits and traditional Congress voters have voted for the AAP.
It looks like a Congress mukht Bharat has led to a Bjp mukt Delhi, says Firstpost senior editor Sandipan Sharma.

10.05 am: Trends are clear, AAP is heading to a two thirds majority
There is no other word for it. The BJP is getting creamed.

AAP is now leading in 54 seats, to just 12 for the BJP and only 1 each for Congress and others.

Meanwhile the measured Yogendra Yadav has said that this result should not be seen as a referendum on Modi, and that this is not a reflection that this is the end of the BJP. “I don’t know why the Prime Minister made this a personal referendum about himself, people are not factoring in the huge ground level effort made by AAP in the months before this election”, Yadav said.

10:04 am
Delhi election trends at 10 am: AAP ahead in 59 seats, BJP leading in 9, Congress in 0 seat

10:00 am
I left AAP for reasons that still stay. I do not regret leaving AAP. I hope Delhi people do not suffer. I congratulate AAP: BJP’s Shazia Ilmi

9:52 am
North-East Delhi clean sweeped by Kejriwal’s AAP

9:47 am
AAP’s Rajesh Rishi leading in Janakpuri by 412 votes against BJP’s Prof Jagdish Mukhi

9:39 am
AAP leads in 53 seats, BJP in 10 seats. Congress not ahead on even a single seat.

9:36 am
It’s day of hope, the passion is winning Delhi: AAP leader Yogendra Yadav

9:34 am
AAP’s SK Bagga leading in Krishna Nagar by 1065 votes against BJP’s Kiran Bedi

9:31 am
AAP’s Naresh Yadav leading in Mehrauli
AAp’s Akhilesh Pati Tripathi leading in Model Town
AAP’s Shiv Charan Goel leading in Moti Nagar
AAP’s Gulab Singh leading in Matiala
AAP’s Sukhvir Singh leading in Mundka
AAP’s Sharad Kumar leading in Nerela
AAP’s Mohinder Goyal leading in Rithala

9:25 am
AAP’s Saurabh Bharadwaj leading in Greater Kailash
AAP’s Rajesh Rishi leading in Janakpuri
AAP’s Kapil Mishra leading in Karawal Nagar
AAP’s Vishesh Ravi leading in Karol Bagh
AAP’s SK Bagga leading in Krishna Nagar

9:23 am
AAP’s Saurabh Bharadwaj leading in Greater Kailash by 1674 votes against BJP’s Rakesh Kumar Gullaiya

9:22 am
BJP’s Alka Lamba ahead in Chandni Chowk seats

9:20 am
AAP’s SK Bagga leading in Krishna Nagar by 282 votes against BJP’s Kiran Bedi

9:16 am
AAP crosses the halfway mark, ahead in 36 out of 70 seats, BJP ahead in 13 seats

9:16 am
Arvind Kejriwal leads in New Delhi, Kiran Bedi trailing in Krishna Nagar

 9:16 am
AAP crosses the halfway mark, ahead in 36 out of 70 seats, BJP ahead in 13 seats

9:16 am
Arvind Kejriwal leads in New Delhi, Kiran Bedi trailing in Krishna Nagar

9:14 am
Arvind Kejriwal leading in New Delhi seat while Kiran Bedi is trailing in Krishna Nagar

9:12 am
We certainly are not doing as good as expected but congratulatory messages can wait. We will concede defeat, just a matter of time: BJP’s Sambit Patra

9:11 am
AAP’s Col Devinder Sehrawat leading in Bijwasan against BJP’s Sat Prakash Rana

9:11 am
AAP’s Gopal Rai leading in Babarpur by 3485 votes against BJP’s Naresh Gaur

9:09 am
Delhi election trends at 9 am: AAP ahead in 20 seats, BJP leading in 7, Congress in 1 seat

9:04 am
AAP’s Ajay Dutt leading in Ambedkar Nagar by 1591 votes against BJP’s Ashok Kumar

9:02 am
BJP’s Prof. Jagdish Mukhi leading in Janakpuri by 548 votes against AAP’s Rajesh Rishi

9:00 am
BJP CM candidate Kiran Bedi says Delhi assembly election results not a referendum on Modi.

 8:58 am
BJP’s Karan Singh Tanwar leading by 291 seats in Delhi Cantt

8:57 am
Ajay Maken trailing by 3436 votes in Sadar Bazar against AAP’s Som Dutt

8:55 am
AAP takes early lead, ahead on 11 seats

8:55 am
Congress seems to be in a bad position with senior Congress member Haroon Yusuf trailing in Ballimaran

8:51 am
AAP leading in 9 seats, BJP in 1 seat, Congress ahead in 1

8:49 am
AAP’s Girish Soni leading in Madipur, Jarnail Singh is leading in Rajouri Garden

8:45 am
AAP’s Manish Sisodia is leading in Patparganj; Somnath Bharti is leading in Malviya Nagar

8:44 am
In this Assembly elections AAP fielded 34 new candidates while BJP 35 in compairision to 2013 Delhi elections.

8:43 am
Wait for the final results to come, it is just matter of an hour or two: Congress Leader Ajay Maken

8:36 am
Congress’s AK Walia is leading from Laxmi Nagar.

8:33 am
AAP’s Manish Sisodia is leading in Patparganj; Somnath Bharti is leading in Malviya Nagar

8:30 am
Congress’s AK Walia is leading from Laxmi Nagar.

8:30 am
BJP CM candidate Kiran Bedi is leading in Krishna Nagar seat.

8:28 am
AAP’s Manish Sisodia is leading in Patparganj; Somnath Bharti is leading in Malviya Nagar

8:28 am
According to early trends, AAP gets an early lead

8:25 am
According to early trends, AAP gets an early lead

8:05 am: Most of the results would be out by 11:30 am: CEC HS Brahma to a news channel. Delhi has 70 assembly seats.

8:03 am: Arvind Kejriwal leaves from his residence in Ghaziabad for Patel Nagar office where party workers are already celebrating the possible win of AAP in the assembly polls.

8 am: Counting of votes for Delhi Assembly Election 2015 began at 8 am across 14 centres in the national capital. Both the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) are hoping for a win even as the exit polls overwhelmingly predicted a win for the Arvind Kejriwal-led party.

The Congress appears reconciled that it will finish third and party leaders are hoping its tally is not worse than eight it won in the 2013 election.

According to the exit polls, the AAP was likely to get between 31 and a staggering 54 seats while the BJP could bag 17 to 35 seats. The Congress, which ruled Delhi for 15 years till December 2013, would win at most four seats, they said.

Analysts are saying that the results in Delhi will have wider political ramifications, particularly for the BJP, which has had a good electoral run since the Lok Sabha elections in May last year.

Stages have been erected outside the AAP office in East Patel Nagar for the media and volunteers. Four LED televisions sets have been installed in the open by AAP for workers to see trends and results. Kejriwal is expected to arrive at party headquarters in the afternoon to address people.

In its maiden election December 2013, the AAP stunningly won 28 seats compared to 31 of BJP and formed a government with Congress backing after a hung assembly. The AAP government resigned after 49 days.

BJP’s chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi, who Monday addressed BJP workers at Karkardooma in her Krishna Nagar constituency and expressed gratitude for their support, said the party was expecting a victory.

Over 10,000 security personnel, including from the paramilitary forces have been guarding 20,000 electronic voting machines (EVM) which contain the votes cast in Delhi on Saturday, February 07.

Delhi saw a voter turnout of 67.14 percent Saturday and 673 candidates are in Polling had taken place at 12,177 polling stations, of which 714 were identified as “critical”. Of these, 191 were “highly critical”.

The Burari constituency in North Delhi has a maximum of 18 candidates while the Ambedkar Nagar seat in South Delhi has the lowest number of contenders at four.

There are 63 contesting women candidates in this election as against 71 in 2013.  The number of candidates from recognised national and state parties is 296 while 183 candidates belong to registered parties and there are 194 Independent nominees.

Congress, which exit polls have predicted will finish a distant third, is apparently not keeping too much expectations. PC Chacko, who is party incharge of Delhi, said that the party did not believe in exit polls and they were waiting for actual results.

February 10, 2015, 8:22 am

The complete list of counting centres in various districts of Delhi.

1. Delhi (East)

Counting Centre: Commonwealth Sports Complex, Akshardham
Seats: Trilokpuri, Patparganj, Vishwas Nagar, Krishna Nagar, Kondli, Laxmi Nagar, Gandhi Nagar, Sahadhra

2. Delhi (Central)

Counting Centre: ITI Pusa, Pusa Campus
Seats: Sadar Bazar, Ballimaran, Karol Bag, Patel Nagar

Counting Centre: BTC Pusa, Pusa Campus
Seats: Chandani Chowk, Matia Mahal, Moti Nagar

3. Delhi (South)

Counting Centre: Jijabai Industrial Training Institute for Women, August Kranti Marg, Siri Fort
Seats: Mehrauli, Chattarpur, Devli, Ambedkar Nagar, Sangam Vihar, Kalkaji, Tuglakabad, Badarpur

4. Delhi (North)

Counting Centre: Rajkiya Pratibha Vikas Vidyalaya, Raj Niwas Marg
Seats: Burari, Adarsh Nagar, Trinagar, Wazirpur, Model Town

5. Delhi (South-West)

Counting Centre: Integrated Institute of Technology, Sector 9, Dwarka
Seats: Uttamnagar, Dwarka, Matiala, Najafgarh, Bijvasan, Palam, Delhi Cantt, Rajendra Nagar

6. New Delhi

Counting Centre: NP Girls Model School, Gole Market
Seats: New Delhi, Kasturba Nagar

Counting Centre: NP Girls Senior Secondary School, Gole Market
Seats: Jangpura, Greater Kailash, Okhla

Counting Centre: NP Bengali Girls Senior Secondary School, Gole Market
Seats: Malviya Nagar, RK Puram

7. Delhi (West)

Counting Centre: NSIT, Sector 3, Dwarka
Seats: Nangloi Jat, Mongolpuri, Madipur, Rajouri Garden, Hari Nagar, Tilak Nagar, Janakpuri, Vikaspuri

8. Delhi (North-West)

Counting Centre: Delhi Technological University, Sahabad Daulatpur
Seats: Narela, Badali, Rithala, Bawana, Mundaka, Kirari, Sultanpur Majara, Rohini

9. Delhi (North-East)

Counting Centre: New Building, ITI, Nand Nagari
Seats: Seemapuri, Gokulpur, Mustafabad,

Counting Centre: Old Building, ITI, Nand Nagari
Seats: Rohtash Nagar, Seelampur, Ghoda, Babarpur, Karawal Nagar

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