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Delhi Elections 2020: Atishi, Sisodia won; Kejriwal, Shoaib Lead With Huge Margin

Aam Aadmi Party’s strategy of development over divisiveness appears to pay off as it leads in 63 out of 70 seats in Delhi Assembly polls.

New Delhi| Riding on its development agenda, the Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party looks set for a resounding victory in the Delhi assembly elections and is on its way retain power for a third term.

The BJP, on the other hand, has emerged as a distant second, as per current trends.

BJP’s Tajinder Singh Bagga tweeted and congratulated Arvind Kejriwal and AAP for the victory in Delhi elections as BJP stares at a massive defeat in the Union Territory. The results show that AAP’s strategy of choosing developmental agenda over divisiveness seems to have been paid off.

Sisodia said, “BJP tried to do politics of hate, but I’m happy that people did not get divided. Victory is important. Nationalism means a government that works on progress and Delhi has proved that. It is a victory of education.”

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Delhi Deputy chief minister and Education Minister Manish Sisodia won with a decisive lead from Patparganj constituency. “We worked like Delhi’s son,” says Sisodia after emerging victorious is the Delhi assembly elections.

Aam Aadmi Party’s Raghav Chadha has also won by 20,058 votes, from Delhi’s Rajinder Nagar seat, according to the Election Commission website. The 31-year-old national spokesperson is one of the party’s youngest candidates and has been active in debates across TV channels.

AAP’s Mukesh Kumar Ahlawat from Sultanpur Majra (SC) has won with a margin of 48052 votes.

AAP’s Raaj Kumar Anand has won with a margin of 30935 votes from Patel Nagar(SC).

However, from Gandhi Nagar, BJP’s Anil Bajpai wins with a margin of about 6,000 votes and Abhay Verma of BJP won election from Laxmi Nagar constituency

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