The voting time for 70 seats in the Delhi Assembly elections is over. According to the Election Commission, till 5:30 pm, a total of 52.95 percent polling was recorded. In the first three rounds of voting, 14.75 percent voters had exercised their franchise. In the last assembly election, Delhi had 67.08 percent polling. Various exit polls have predicted 40 to 61 seats for the Aam Aadmi Party.
Times Now-Ipsos surveyed this election. According to the exit poll, AAP can win a total of 44 seats, while BJP can get a total of 26 seats. At the same time, Congress and other parties will not be able to open their account.
At the same time, India Today – Axis My India surveyed. A total of 14,011 people from all 70 assembly constituencies were consulted in this survey. According to AAP, you can get 9-10 seats in West Delhi. In West Delhi, you can get 57 percent votes.
In the election, 1.47 crore people were eligible to exercise the franchise which would decide the fate of 672 candidates. The Aam Aadmi Party, BJP and Congress are mainly in power. The exit poll results will be out soon after the voting ends. Let us tell you that an estimate is available from the exit poll which shows which party will be in power. The Election Commission will declare the election results on 11 February.