CM Arvind Kejriwal stated the AAP’s victory shows the victory of a “new kind of politics”.
“People of Delhi have given a clear message that they will vote for schools, 24-hour electricity, mohalla clinics and free water. This is a great signal for the nation,” Kejriwal added, addressing masses at the AAP office.
Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party seems likely to acquire chairs that are sweeping — somewhat short construction on its first-morning spike because the counting of votes improved.
The BJP, which hoped to get approximately 55 chairs, might wind up with less than 10 – an outcome opposition leaders have hailed as a defeat of politics. The effort for Delhi has been riddled with violence been highly polarised and hate speeches.
The BJP had banked in Shaheen Bagh to get a surge on the protests. AAP had expressed optimism that its performance in education and health sectors and water and power to the folks will see it.