Don't believe exit polls, wait till results: AAP

Cheryl Sanders
April 30, 2017

He tweeted that many people with voter slips were not allowed to vote.

There were also complaints of faulty EVMs in North Delhi Burari area, South West Delhi's Kapashera and GTB ward.

For the Congress, winning a good number of seats will help boost the morale of the party workers, especially after loyalists like Arvinder Singh Lovely leaving the party for BJP. At the same time, "AAP" spokesman Ashutosh said that on the 26th, after the results of the MCD election, the decision on the EVMs will be decided, as per future strategy.

Election was cancelled in Maujpur in the east and Sarai Pipal Thala in the north because of the death of a candidate in each of the two wards.

Also, former AAP leader Yogendra Yadav, who recently launched new party Swaraj India and also contested the corporation polls, has said the MCD polls will be a referendum on the Delhi government, and if AAP fails to win even 50 per cent of the seats, then Kejriwal must resign.

The BJP sought votes in the name of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his "vision for Delhi", an indication of how important the election is for the saffron party. "We are very hopeful that the final (voter turnout) tally will be beyond 54 per cent - the voting percentage in the 2012 civic body polls in Delhi". The results of the civic body elections will be announced on Wednesday. "We have started from Jantar Mantar with a pledge to end corruption".

Maken rooted for the Congress.

She slammed the Delhi government for its alleged "misgovernance" and defended allegations against the BJP-ruled municipal corporations. Both Kejriwal and the BJP indulged in verbal duel. The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is nearly written off by the people because after the Rajouri Garden elections, it is evident that people have rejected the party. "It has been chose to issue memos to them", an official said.

The BJP, on the other hand, is confident of a landslide victory. The voter turnout recorded was poor (53.6 percent), despite Sunday being a holiday. (Photo: IANS) New Delhi: Union Science and Technology Minister Harsh Vardhan shows his finger marked with phosphorus ink after casting vote during MDC elections in New Delhi on April 23, 2017.

They chose to come early to beat the heat but many had a bad experience as the booths had been moved about 100 to 200 metres away which led to a lot of confusion. "My wife and I didn't get any voter slips".

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