Mukherjee, president of Delhi Mahila Congress, stated that it was high time that the party takes some action. She added that she too was responsible for the Congress' poor show.
As the Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party was set for a resounding victory in the Delhi Assembly elections for a third term, Pawar said regional parties need to come together to keep the BJP out of power.
The Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP will have to continue to deliver, the BJP will have to reassess its strategies and the Congress will have to wake up and smell the coffee.
Sisodia has been often referred to as AAP National Convener Arvind Kejriwal’s ‘right-hand man’. He has also been described as the “de-facto chief minister” of Delhi.
As per trends from the Election Commission at 03.00 pm, AAP was leading in 62 of the total 70 seats, while the BJP was leading in eight seats
"Janta malik hai," said Kumar with hands folded above his head and the ghost of a smile playing on his lips as he sauntered past a posse of journalists tossing queries on the sidelines of a function where he unveiled a statue of RSS ideologue Deen Dayal Upadhyay.
Atishi is widely considered as a driving force behind AAP’s education reforms — which was also one of the party’s key poll planks this time.
AAP's Amanatullah Khan was contesting against BJP's Braham Singh and Congress' Parvez Hashmi
"People's mandate is against us, we accept it. We have resolved to revive and rebuild the party," Congress' chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala said at a press conference.
The Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party was set for a resounding victory in the Delhi Assembly elections to retain power for a third term.
Banerjee, who is also the TMC boss, said leaders playing on faith and divisive politics should take a cue, as only those who deliver on their promises are rewarded.
Sisodia, who is trailing by 2,000 votes, is at the vote-counting centre at the moment to track the trends personally.
AAP's Preeti Tomar won the Tri Nagar seat by 12,000 votes, while Bandana Kumari emerged victorious on the Shalimar Bagh seat by a margin of 800 votes, the officials said.
AAP had gotten Kishor’s I-PAC on board to help strategies for the polls ahead of this election
BJP has not been in power in Delhi for the past 20 years. The party had left no stone unturned to ensure they clock in a win this time.
AAP volunteers grooved to party anthem "Lage Raho Kejriwal" and hugged each other and maintained they will strictly abide by the direction of Kejriwal.
The Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) had contested the Delhi election on four seats in alliance with the Congress. The alliance was staring at a massive defeat in the national capital.
Chadha, who replaced Vijender Garg in Rajinder Nagar, was ahead of BJP's Sardar RP Singh by over 6,500 votes. Congress's Rocky Tuseed, the youngest candidate in the assembly election, was at the third position with only 928 votes.
As of 12:00 noon, AAP was leading in 57 of the total 70 seats, whereas BJP was leading in 13, according to EC. The majority mark is 36.
BJP, AAP and Congress were aggressively vying for Purvanchali votes
As trends indicated that the Aam Aadmi Party was leading on 56 seats and the BJP on 14, Chowdhury said the people of Delhi voted for development.
Moneycontrol’s Opinions Editor Viju Cherian talks to Deputy Executive Editor Gaurav Choudhary, and author and political commentator Advaita Kala about the unexpected trends and narrow margins emerging out of the Delhi election
AAP workers began celebrating as early vote count trends on February 11 showed a comfortable victory for the Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal-led party.
AAP supremo and Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal was leading in the New Delhi seat by 4,300 seats, while his deputy Manish Sisodia from Patparganj seat was ahead by 102 votes.
Overall, as of 10.45 am, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP was leading in 50 of the total 70 seats. BJP was leading in 18 seats — significantly more than three seats it had won in 2015