New Delhi: Nearly 1.47 voters in Delhi on Saturday cast their vote for the next Chief Minister, and it will be interesting to see who steers the majority polls amid the long-drawn fierce battle among the AAP, the BJP, and the Congress.
Delhiites are eagerly waiting for the results that are scheduled to be out on February 11. However, until the final outcome is known, a number of exit poll surveys will determine and give a rough idea about who may win.
According to the Times Now-IPSOS exit poll opinion, the voter turnout will be the ultimate decider of who wins the national capital chair.
The Times Now-IPSOS opinion poll has also predicted a massive victory for Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). The pre-poll survey proved that the elections in national capital remain a two-way battle between the BJP and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), even the former lags behind.
The polling for 70 Assembly constituencies commenced at 8 AM and will continue till 6:30 PM in the evening. There are 13,750 polling booths, besides one auxiliary booth, located at 2,689 locations across Delhi.