Sunday, 23 April 2017

MCD Election 2017: BJP Heading for a Landslide

Voting was held on Sunday (April 23) for 270 of 272 seats in the Municipal Corporation of Delhi. In the elections being called 'semi-final' of the Assembly elections, the Bharatiya Janata Party is contesting against the Aam Aadmi Party and the Congress. However, the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) of Mayawati, Nitish Kumar's Janata Dal United (JDU), Yogendra Yadav's Swaraj Party is also in the fray. As soon as the polling ends, media organizations have started putting their prospects ahead of election results. During intense election campaign ended on Friday, the leaders from all the parties did their level best to woo voters. The effect of the political picture emerging from this election can be seen in other states other than Delhi. The results will come out on April 26. Polling was conducted peacefully on Sunday for three Municipal Corporations of Delhi.


An Election Commission official said that 42 percent polling was recorded till 4 pm, and the final figure is being added after the polling ends at 5.30 pm. However, the voters who had been in the rows till 5.30 pm would be allowed to cast their vote. Polling for 272 wards of three corporations ended in Delhi on Sunday. In the municipal corporation, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has been holding power over the past 10 years.

ABP Nuhaj-C Voter's three municipal corporations have projected BJP to get a landslide majority. More or less like this have been shown in exit polls till today. Here we will tell you what the results of the municipal elections are being shown in the different exit polls.

ABP News-C Voter:

Municipal Corporation of Delhi (272 seats):
BJP-218
You- 24
Congress- 22
Other- 8
East Delhi: -
BJP-47
You- 9
Congress- 6
Others- 2
North Delhi: -
BJP-88
You- 6
Congress- 7
Others- 3
South Delhi: -
BJP-83
You- 9
Congress- 9
Others- 3
To date-Axis My India:
Municipal Corporation of Delhi (272 seats):
BJP-202-220
You - 23-35
Congress- 19-31
other-
East Delhi (64 seats): -
BJP-45-51
You- 6-10
Congress- 4-8
Other- 0-2
North Delhi (104 seats): -
BJP-78-84
You- 8-12
Congress- 8-12
Others- 1-3
South Delhi (104 seats): -
BJP-79-85
You- 7-11
Congress- 7-11
Others- 1-3

                                                                      ----Ashish Jha

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