Delhi Election Result Live Updates: All eyes today are on the national capital, where vote counting is on for the 2020 Delhi assembly election results. Voting was held in a single phase on February 8 for Delhi’s 70 assembly constituencies. Counting for the Delhi assembly election results began at 8am with early trends giving the ruling Aam Aadmi Party an advantage. The primary contest in the 2020 Delhi election is between the Aam Aadmi Party and the Bharatiya Janata Party. In 2015, Arvind Kejriwal’s AAP had registered a near clean sweep of the Delhi assembly, winning 67 out of 70 seats. Will the party be able to repeat that performance? Or will the BJP upstage the AAP and return to power in Delhi after over two decades? Stay tuned with us as we bring live updates from the 2020 Delhi assembly election results.
Okhla: Amanatullah Khan makes comeback, now leading by 13,000 votes
Making a resurgent comeback, AAP’s Amanatullah Khan is now leading by 13,631 votes from Okhla constituency.
Here is how AAP is faring on its 27 strongholds seats:
Shalimar Bagh: Trailing
Shakur Basti: Leading
Model Town: Leading
Sadar Bazar: Leading
Karol Bagh: Leading
Patel Nagar: Leading
Hari Nagar: Leading
Tilak Nagar: Leading
Delhi Cantt: Trailing
New Delhi: Leading
Kasturba Nagar: Leading
Malviya Nagar: Leading
Ambedkar Nagar: Leading
Kalkaji election results: AAP’s Atishi leading
AAP leader Atishi is leading from the Kalkaji seat in Delhi. She is leading against Delhi Congress chief Subash Chopra’s daughter Shivani.
Delhi election results: AAP now leading on more than 50 seats
45 minutes into vote counting, the AAP is currently leading on 53 seats. The BJP, meanwhile, is leading on 16 seats and the Congress is leading on 1.
08:43 AM ISTPosted by Nishtha GuptaDelhi elections: The 10 names that defined the campaign
Counting of votes polled in the Delhi Assembly election is set to take place on Tuesday, with tight security arrangements in place across the national capital. There were, however, a few personalities which became the face of campaigning for Delhi election.