Arvind Kejriwal is Forgiven by Delhi People: AAP Headed for Landslide Victory leading 63 out of 70 seats

Delhi(Web Team): Delhi Assembly Election Results 2015 Live News Update: AAP leads on 63 seats, BJP 6, Kiran Bedi congratulates Arvind Kejriwal and PM Modi phone called Arvind Kejriwal .

10.50 AM Update: Kiran Bedi is leading by 900 vote from Krishna Nagar constituency. AAP is leading on 66 seats. BJP is ahed on just 3 seats.

Full marks to Arvind. Congratulations. Now take Delhi to the heights it belongs to. Make it a world class city..

10.45 AM Update: AAP’s Sukhvir Singh leading from Mundka, BJP’s Azad Singh trailing by 7311 votes. AAP’s Raghuvinder Shokeen leading from Nangloi Jat, BJP’s Manoj Kumar Shokeen trailing by 4022 votes.

10.40 AM Update: INLD’s Bharat Singh leading from Najafgarh, AAP’s Kailash Gahlot trailing by 7723 votes. AAP has made lead on 64 seats while the BJP is ahead on 5 seats.

Spoke to @ArvindKejriwal & congratulated him on the win. Assured him Centre’s complete support in the development of Delhi.

10.35 AM Update: Delhi BJP President Satish Upadhaye congratulates Arvind Kejriwal and accepts defeats saying it a collective responsibility.

10.30 AM Update: AAP is leading on 62 seats while the BJP is ahead on just 7 seats. Indian Lok Dal is leading on one seat.

10.20 AM Update: Narendra Modi congratulates Arvind Kejriwal for Aam Aadmi Party’s landslide victory. “I just want development in Delhi,” said Modi.

10.15 AM Update: Anna Hazare says Arvind Kejriwal must not repeat his mistakes and remember the movement against corruption. People’s mandate must be accepted. Kiran Bedi is not responsible for BJP’s defeat. It is PM Narendra Modi’s defeat.

10.08 AM Update: Arvind Kejriwal to take oath as Chief Minister on 14 February at Ramleela Maidan. Congress says now Arvind Kejriwal must fulfil promises he made.

I’d like to congratulate Arvind Kejriwal ji & AAP,wish he will be able to fulfill promises: PC Chacko, Cong

10.05 AM Update: “We will curb the VIP culture. This is people’s victory,” says Arvind Kejriwal. AAP is leading on 60 seats while the BJP is ahed on just 10 seats.

10.00 AM Update: AAP leader Yogendra Yadav says AAP has not decided if it will contest elections in Bihar. “Curbing corruption is our top priority,” says Kejriwal.

9.57 AM Update: Celebration has begun outside AAP office as the party is leading on 59 seats while the BJP is ahed on 10 seats. Congress is not leading on a single seat.

9.52 AM Update: AAP set to form government in Delhi leading on 58 seats. BJP has managed to maintain lead on 10 seats. Congress could make lead on just one seat.

9.47 AM Update: AAP wave in Delhi, says AAP leader Yogendra Yadav. West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee said that Delhi Assembly Election Results 2015 is a turning point for entire nation.

9.45 AM Update: Priyanka Lao Party bachao slogans go up, outside Congress head quarter in Delhi after Congress suffers yet another defeat. “People want to get rid of hollow speeches”, says AAP’s manish Sisodia.

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Celebrations at AAP office in Delhi

9.40 AM Update: AAP heads towards absolute majority leading on 57 seats. Arvind Kejriwal is leading from New Delhi while Kiran Bedi is trailing from Krishna Nagar.

9.38 AM Update: BJP defends fielding Kiran Bedi as its chief ministerial candidate. AAP leads on 55 seats while BJP on 11 seats.

9.35 AM Update: We will deliver on our promises. AAP will take the pending task ahead and education and health sector will be given priority, says AAP leader Yogender Yadav.

9.32 AM Update: AAP is heading towards landslide victory in Delhi Assembly Elections 2015. Arvind Kejriwal’s party is leading on 54 seats. BJP says it’s a positive vote for AAP.

9.30 AM Update: Congress needs to build new dialogue with new India, says Congress. AAP is leading on 51 seats while the BJP is ahead on 13 seats.

AAP CM candidate Arvind Kejriwal leading from New Delhi, BJP’s Nupur Sharma trailing by 3493 votes

9.27 AM Update: BJP says Delhi Assembly Election Results are referendum on Arvind Kejriwal. Congress says it is a clear victory of AAP.

9.25 AM Update: BJP leader Jagdish Mukhi is trailing by 1073 votes from Janak Puri seat. As of now, AAP is leading on 45 seats while the BJP candidate are ahead in 16 seats.

9.21 AM Update: BJP chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi is trailing in Krishna Nagar constituency. AAP candidate is leading in Sangam Vihar.

9.19 AM Update: As per exit poll results, AAP is set to from government in Delhi. Accepting defeat, BJP says the Delhi Assembly Election Results 2015 are not anti-NDA wave.

9.18 AM Update: AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal is leading from New Delhi against BJP’s Nupur Sharma. BJP congratulates Kejriwal.

9.16 AM Update: AAP is set to form government with absolute majority as the party leads on 42 seats. BJP concedes defeats and says AAP has managed to convince voters.

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If AAP is ahead, AAP is ahead and one should accept that: Shazia Ilmi, BJP

9.15 AM Update: AAP crosses half way mark as per early trends and looks set to form government in Delhi.

9.12 AM Update: Congress candidate Ajay Maken is trailing fromSadar Bazar. AAP is heading towards land slide victory leading on 40 seats.

9.10 AM Update: BJP’s chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi trails against AAP candidate S K Bagga from Krishna Nagar.

9.08AM Update: The current trends of Delhi Assembly Elections Results 2015 are going in favour of AAP. Arvind Kejriwal’s party is leading on 36 seats while the BJP is ahead on just 11 seats. Congress leads on 4 seats.

  1. 06 AM Update: As per the exit poll projections, AAP is heading towards clear majority in Delhi Assembly Elections 2015. AAP is leading on 35 seats while BJP makes its lead on just 11 seats.

9.05 AM Update: Celebration in AAP camp has begun as the party is leading on 34 seats. AAP leader Manish Sisodia says that next government will be formed by AAP. BJP is ahead from 13 seats including Moti Nagar, Najafgarh and Ballimaran.

9.04 AM Update: BJP’s chief ministerial candidate Kiran bedi says Delhi Assembly Elections Results 2015 is not referendum on Narendra Modi.

9.02 AM Update: BJP says early trends worrying for the party while Congress is happy with early trends. AAP is heading towards majority mark of 35 seats leading on 29 seats.

9.00 AM Update: The counting of votes for Delhi Assembly Election Results 2015 is under way. Congress candidate Haroon Yusuf is ahead in Ballimaran seats against AAP’s Imran Hussain. AAP candidate Sahi Ram is leading in Tughlakabad. AAP is leading on 29 seats including Tilak Nagar. BJP is ahead on 11 seats while Congress maintains lead on 5 seats.

8.50 AM Update: The counting of votes for Delhi Assembly Election Results 2015 is under way. The early trends shows that exit poll results might fall right. Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP is leading from 23 constituencies including Uttam Nagar and Karwal Nagar. BJP is ahead on 9 seats. Surprisingly, Congress is leading in 5 constituencies. Congress candidate Shoaib Iqbal is leading from Matia Mahal against AAP’s Asim Ahmed Khan.

Congress’s Ajay Maken trailing by 7070 votes (Sadar Bazar constituency)

8.45 AM Update: The counting of votes for Delhi Assembly Election Results 2015 is under way. The early trends gives AAP an edge over BJP. AAP is leading from 16 seats against its major contender BJP. As per the trends, AAP candidate Rakhi Birla, BJP’s chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi maintain lead in their respective constituencies.

8.35 AM Update: The early trends of Delhi Assembly Election Results 2015 are coming out. AAP candidates are leading on 11 seats including Kasturba Nagar, Bawana and Mehrauli. AAP rebel and BJP candidate Vinod Kumar Binny is trailing against AAP candidate Manish Sisodia in Patparganj. BJP leads in 9 constituencies including R K Puram.

8.30 AM Update: The early trends of Delhi Assembly Election Results 2015 are showing neck to neck fight between AAP and BJP. AAP candidates are leading from Delhi Cantt, Rohtas Nagar and Jangpura. AAP candidate Sharad Kumar leads in Nerala against BJP’s Neel Daman Khatri. BSP is leading from Greater Kailash against AAP’s Saurabh Bharadwaj. Congress is ahead from others in Okhla constituency.

8.25 AM Update: As per the early trends of Delhi Assembly Election Results 2015, BJP’s chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi leads in Krishna Nagar. Congress candidate Ashok Kumar Walia is leading from Laxmi Nagar. AAP’s Manish Sisodia leads from Patpadganj. As of now, AAP candidates are ahead in 6 constituencies while BJP is leading in 6 seats.

8.20 AM Update: The counting of votes is under way for Delhi Assembly Elections 2015. As per the early trends of Delhi Assembly Election Results 2015, BJP’s Vijender Gupta is leading from Rohini constituency against AAP candidate C L Gupta. Jagdish Mukhi (BJP) is also leading on Janakpuri seat. AAP candidate Rakhi Bidlan is leading from Mangol Puri seat. Former AAP cabinet minister Somnath Bharti is leading from Malviya Nagar. (Read: Delhi Assembly Election Results 2015 Live News Update: Vijender Kumar leads for BJP from Rohini)

8.15 AM Update: The counting of votes is under way for Delhi Assembly Elections 2015. As per the early trends of Delhi Assembly Election Results 2015, Bharatiya Janata Party makes lead in Rohini constituency. Vijender Gupta is contesting election from BJP. The Rohini seat was won by AAP in 2013. A record 67.14 per cent voter turnout was seen in Delhi polls. A total of 673 candidates contested for the 70-seat Delhi Legislative Assembly.

8.00 AM Update: The counting of votes for Delhi Assembly Elections 2015 has begun. Delhi Assembly Elections 2015 saw close battle between Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for power in national capital. The early trends of Delhi Assembly Election Results 2015 will come out in first hour of counting. AAP supremo Arvind Kejriwal helmed the Chief Ministerial post for 49 days in 2014. In a surprise turn of events a month before the elections, former IPS officer and activist Kiran Bedi decided to join hands with BJP and became party’s candidate for the post. She contested from the Krishna Nagar constituency while Kejriwal contested from New Delhi.