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7.30 PM Update: After a landslide victory in Delhi Assembly Elections 2015, newly elected AAP MLAs elected Arvind Kejriwal as party’s leader in Delhi Legislative Assembly. Later Kejriwal reached Delhi L G Najeeb Jung’s residence to stake claim for government formation. Also Read - I'm No Astrologer But...: Mamata Banerjee on Who Will be Leader of Opposition Ahead of 2024 Polls

5.00 PM Update: In a landslide victory, Aam Aadmi Party won 67 seats in Delhi Assembly Elections 2015. With Kiran Bedi losing from Krishna Nagar, Bharatiya Janata Party faced defeat after its stunning performance in previous polls. The saffron party managed to win just three seats; Vishwas Nagar, Rohini and Mustafabad. Congress suffered yet another defeat and lost all seats in Delhi.

4.30 PM Update: Arvind kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party brought major political change in Delhi winning 64 seats in Delhi Assembly Elections 2015. AAP is also leading on 7 more seats for which counting is under way. Only three BJP candidates managed to win while other 66 faced victory against AAP candidates.

4.15 PM Update: The Election Commission of India has declared results of 63 seats out of which AAP won 60 seats while the BJP managed to win just three seats. No other party could win single seat in Delhi Assembly Elections 2015.

3.45 PM Update: As of now, Aam Aadmi Party has won 59 seats leading on 8 more seats in Delhi Assembly Elections 2015. BJP failed to continue its spectacular performance in Delhi and won just three seats. Congress suffered yet another humiliated defeat losing all seats in national capital.

3.30 PM Update: Heading towards stunning victory, AAP has won 56 seats in Delhi Assembly Elections 2015. BJP faced one of the most humiliated defeat and could win just 3 seats. People of Delhi rejected Congress party and it did not get a single seat.  

3.15 PM Update: AAP wins 54 constituencies and is leading on 13 seats out of total 70 seats of Delhi Assembly Elections 2015. BJP was predicted to give tough fight to AAP after its stunning performances last year but the saffron party failed to create any impression in national capital. Congress continued its poor show in Delhi as failed to win single seat.

3.00 PM Update: AAP leader Somnath Bharti calls Delhi mandate a victory of common man. Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray also congratulated Arvind Kejriwal for AAP’s landslide victory in Delhi Assembly Elections 2015. Congress leader Anand Sharma said that his party would look into what caused its debacle.

2.50 PM Update: Aam Aadmi Party touches mark of 50 seats. BJP party that had won 32 seats in Delhi Assembly elections 2013 could retain just three of its seats. Congress failed to open its account in the electoral battle of Delhi.

2.40 PM Update: Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party achieved historical victory winning 49 seats in Delhi Assembly Elections 2015. AAP is leading on 18 more seats too. With Kiran Bedi loses from Krishna Nagar against AAP candidate, BJP suffered its first poll defeat in 2015. Congress could not retain a single seat.

 2.25 PM Update: As per the results declared by Election Commission of India, AAP has won 43 seats. AAP is leading on 24 seats. BJP that had won 32 seats in Delhi Assembly Elections 2013 won just two seats. The saffron party is also leading on one more seat. Congress has been wiped out from Delhi.

2.05 PM Update: AAP leader Manish Sisodia wins from Patparganj constituency defeating BJP’s Vinod Kumar Binny by over 24,000 votes. People wanted to teach BJP & its arrogance a lesson,they decided AAP is instrument of their choice rather Congress, says Manish Tewari. As of now AAP has won 39 seats.

2.00 PM Update: The results of 33 constituencies have been declared out of which Aam Aadmi Party has won 31 seats while the BJP won just two seats. AAP has been leading on 36 seats while the BJP is ahead on just one seat. Arvind Kejriwal celebrated victory with his wife Sunita.

1.45 PM Update: As per the declared Delhi Assembly Elections 2015, AAP’s Hazari Lal Chauhan wins from Patel Nagar. AAP has won 29 seats and been leading on 38 more seats. AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal returned his residence after meeting with party workers. AAP chief is likely to take oath on 14 February.

1.37 PM Update: AAP candidate Jarnail Singh wins from Tilak Nagar and Jagdeep Singh wins from Hari Nagar. RJD chief Lalu Yadav also congratulates Arvind Kejriwal for AAP’s victory.

1.30 PM Update: According to the Election Commission, AAP candidates Adarsh Shastri and Surender Singh wins from Dwarka and Delhi Cantt respectively.

1.25 PM Update: Arvind Kejriwal wins from New Delhi constituency with 57213 votes followed by BJP’s Nupur Sharma with 25630 votes. Anna Hazare also extended his greetings to AAP chief. As of now AAP has won 21 seats and is also leading on 46 seats.

1.20 PM Update: AAP has won 17 seats including constituencies like Krishna Nagar, New Delhi, Kalkaji, Gokalpur, Bijwasan and Chandni Chowk. The party is leading on 50 more seats. BJP wins two seats and leads on one seat.

1.10 PM Update: BJP’s chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi loses Delhi Assembly Elections 2015 from Krishna Nagar constituency. “I congratulate Arvind Kejriwal & AAP, they have done extremely well, full marks to him,” says Kiran Bedi.

1.00 PM Update: Arvind Kejriwal will take oath as Delhi Chief Minister on February 14 at Ramlila Maidan, says AAP leader Ashutosh. AAP candidate Mohinder Goyal wins from Rithala with 93470 votes. AAP wins 13 seats maintaining its lead on 53 seats.

12.55 PM Update: As per the Election Commission, AAP candidate Jarnail Singh wins from Rajouri Garden with 54916 votes followed by SAD’s Manjinder Singh Sirsa with 44880 votes. As of now AAP has own 10 seats and made lead on 55 seats. According to the PTI, Kiran Bedi loses from Krishna Nagar constituency.

12.45 PM Update: “People saw our 49 days government & BJP’s indirect 8 month rule,saw which sections we working for which was highly contrasting, says AAP leader Saurabh Bharadwaj. AAP wins 9 seats and leads on 56 on seats.

12.40 PM Update: Aam Aadmi Party wins 7 seats and leads on 58 seats. AAP’s Ved Prakash wins from Bawana with 109259 votes. AAP’s Col Devinder Sherawat wins from Bijwasan with 65006 votes.

12.32 PM Update: The final results of six seats of Delhi Assembly Elections 2015 have been declared out of those AAP won 5 while the BJP won one seat. Arvind Kejriwal wins from New Delhi constituency.

12.30 PM Update: After landslide victory in Delhi Assembly Elections 2015, AAP will contest Bihar Assembly Elections too, says AAP leader from Bihar Praveen Amanullah. AAP has won five seats and leading on 6o seats. BJP makes its lead on 5 seats. BJP also won one seat.

12.20 PM Update: The Election Commission of India has declared the Delhi Assembly Election Results of four seats and all the four seats are won by Aam Aadmi Party led by Arvind Kejriwal.

12.15 PM Update: AAP candidate Alka Lamba wins from Chandni Chowk with 36756 votes. BJP leader Satish Upadhayay took moral responsibility of defeat.

12.08 PM Update: AAP candidate Akhilesh Pati Tripathi wins from Model Town with 54628 votes. Arvind Kejriwal’s party is still leading on 62 seats. The BJP is ahead in 4 constituencies.

12.00 PM Update: Aam Aadmi Party maintains its lead on 63 seats and wins Ambedkar Nagar seat. The BJP that won 32 seats in 2013 is leading on just 5 seats. Indian Lok Dal candidate is leading on one seat.

11.55 AM Update: AAP’s Narayan Dutt Sharma wins from Badarpur seat. Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi also congratulates Arvind Kejriwal for AAP’s historic victory.

11.50 AM Update: “I am sure together with the people we can make Delhi a place, of which everyone will be proud,” says Arvind Kejriwal. AAP chief also thanks party workers for their support.

11.45 AM Update: As per the fresh inputs, AAP candidate from Ambedkar Nagar has won Delhi Assembly Elections 2015 where as the party is leading on 63 seats too.

11.42 AM Update: According to the reports, AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal will take oath as Delhi Chief Minister on 14 February.

11.40 AM Update: Kiran Bedi’s husband also reacted on Delhi Assembly Election Results 2015 and called it a bad luck for her wife. AAP created history leading on 65 seats. The BJP suffers its first defeat in 2015 and could make lead on just 4 seats.

11.30 AM Update: “I did not imagine such a great victory,” says AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal. AAP is leading on 65 seats while the BJP suffers a loss of over 25 seats and the party leads on just 4 seats.

11.25 AM Update: It’s not a referendum on Narendra Modi, says BJP. Congratulations to Arvind Kejriwal, he must now think of development of Delhi, says Union Minister  Prakash Javadekar. “Even if BJP gets less then 7 seats we will give Leader of Opposition post to BJP,” siad AAP leader Kumar Vishwas.

11.20 AM Update: A huge setback for BJP, we did not think of such huge defeat, says BJP leader Sudhanshu Trivedi. PM Narendra Modi also assures Arvind Kejriwal of Centre’s complete support in the development of Delhi.

11.15 AM Update: Celebration has begun at outside AAP’s offices not only in Delhi but also across the country. AAP is leading on 65 seats while the BJP is ahead on just 4 seats. Congress is completely wiped out in Delhi Assembly Elections 2015.

11.08 AM Update: In a historical victory, AAP is set to win over 60 seats in Delhi. AAP leader Kumar Vishwas requested party workers not to hurt someone’s sentiment while celebrating.

11.05 AM Update: AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal is set to become Chief Minister of Delhi. AAP achieved landslide victory in national capital making lead on 66 seats out of total 70 seats.

11.00 AM Update: Congress leader Ajay Maken resigns as party’s general secretary taking responsibility of party’s debacle in Delhi Assembly Elections.

10.50 AM Update: Kiran Bedi is leading by 900 vote from Krishna Nagar constituency. AAP is leading on 66 seats. BJP is ahed on just 3 seats.

10.45 AM Update: AAP’s Sukhvir Singh leading from Mundka, BJP’s Azad Singh trailing by 7311 votes. AAP’s Raghuvinder Shokeen leading from Nangloi Jat, BJP’s Manoj Kumar Shokeen trailing by 4022 votes.

10.40 AM Update: INLD’s Bharat Singh leading from Najafgarh, AAP’s Kailash Gahlot trailing by 7723 votes. AAP has made lead on 64 seats while the BJP is ahead on 5 seats.

10.35 AM Update: Delhi BJP President Satish Upadhyay congratulates Arvind Kejriwal and accepts defeats saying it a collective responsibility.

10.30 AM Update: AAP is leading on 62 seats while the BJP is ahead on just 7 seats. Indian Lok Dal is leading on one seat.

10.20 AM Update: Narendra Modi congratulates Arvind Kejriwal for Aam Aadmi Party’s landslide victory. “I just want development in Delhi,” said Modi. 

10.15 AM Update: Anna Hazare says Arvind Kejriwal must not repeat his mistakes and remember the movement against corruption. People’s mandate must be accepted. Kiran Bedi is not responsible for BJP’s defeat. It is PM Narendra Modi’s defeat.

10.08 AM Update: Arvind Kejriwal to take oath as Chief Minister on 14 February at Ramleela Maidan. Congress says now Arvind Kejriwal must fulfil promises he made.

10.05 AM Update: “We will curb the VIP culture. This is people’s victory,” says Arvind Kejriwal. AAP is leading on 60 seats while the BJP is ahed on just 10 seats.

10.00 AM Update: AAP leader Yogendra Yadav says AAP has not decided if it will contest elections in Bihar. “Curbing corruption is our top priority,” says Kejriwal.

9.57 AM Update: Celebration has begun outside AAP office as the party is leading on 59 seats while the BJP is ahed on 10 seats. Congress is not leading on a single seat.

9.52 AM Update: AAP set to form government in Delhi leading on 58 seats. BJP has managed to maintain lead on 10 seats. Congress could make lead on just one seat.

9.47 AM Update: AAP wave in Delhi, says AAP leader Yogendra Yadav. West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee said that Delhi Assembly Election Results 2015 is a turning point for entire nation.

9.45 AM Update: Priyanka Lao Party bachao slogans go up, outside Congress head quarter in Delhi after Congress suffers yet another defeat. “People want to get rid of hollow speeches”, says AAP’s manish Sisodia.

9.40 AM Update: AAP heads towards absolute majority leading on 57 seats. Arvind Kejriwal is leading from New Delhi while Kiran Bedi is trailing from Krishna Nagar.

9.38 AM Update: BJP defends fielding Kiran Bedi as its chief ministerial candidate. AAP leads on 55 seats while BJP on 11 seats.

9.35 AM Update: We will deliver on our promises. AAP will take the pending task ahead and education and health sector will be given priority, says AAP leader Yogender Yadav.

9.32 AM Update: AAP is heading towards landslide victory in Delhi Assembly Elections 2015. Arvind Kejriwal’s party is leading on 54 seats. BJP says it’s a positive vote for AAP.

9.30 AM Update: Congress needs to build new dialogue with new India, says Congress. AAP is leading on 51 seats while the BJP is ahead on 13 seats.

9.27 AM Update: BJP says Delhi Assembly Election Results are referendum on Arvind Kejriwal. Congress says it is a clear victory of AAP.

9.25 AM Update: BJP leader Jagdish Mukhi is trailing by 1073 votes from  Janak Puri seat. As of now, AAP is leading on 45 seats while the BJP candidate are ahead in 16 seats.

9.21 AM Update: BJP chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi is trailing in Krishna Nagar constituency. AAP candidate is leading in Sangam Vihar.

9.19 AM Update: As per exit poll results, AAP is set to from government in Delhi. Accepting defeat, BJP says the Delhi Assembly Election Results 2015 are not anti-NDA wave.

9.18 AM Update: AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal is leading from New Delhi against BJP’s Nupur Sharma. BJP congratulates Kejriwal.

9.16 AM Update: AAP is set to form government with absolute majority as the party leads on 42 seats. BJP concedes defeats and says AAP has managed to convince voters.

9.15 AM Update: AAP crosses half way mark as per early trends and looks set to form government in Delhi.

9.12 AM Update: Congress candidate Ajay Maken is trailing fromSadar Bazar. AAP is heading towards land slide victory leading on 40 seats. 

9.10 AM Update: BJP’s chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi trails against AAP candidate S K Bagga from Krishna Nagar.

9.08AM Update: The current trends of Delhi Assembly Elections Results 2015 are going in favour of AAP. Arvind Kejriwal’s party is leading on 36 seats while the BJP is ahead on just 11 seats. Congress leads on 4 seats.

9. 06 AM Update: As per the exit poll projections, AAP is heading towards clear majority in Delhi Assembly Elections 2015. AAP is leading on 35 seats while BJP makes its lead on just 11 seats.

9.05 AM Update: Celebration in AAP camp has begun as the party is leading on 34 seats. AAP leader Manish Sisodia says that next government will be formed by AAP. BJP is ahead from 13 seats including Moti Nagar, Najafgarh and Ballimaran.

9.04 AM Update: BJP’s chief ministerial candidate Kiran bedi says Delhi Assembly Elections Results 2015 is not referendum on Narendra Modi.

9.02 AM Update: BJP says early trends worrying for the party while Congress is happy with early trends. AAP is heading towards majority mark of 35 seats leading on 29 seats.

Stay tuned for latest updates on Delhi election results and find out how close were the prediction on AAP results and BJP results done by various Exit polls.