Delhi Elections 2015 Live Election Results – It’s only AAP

Arvind Kejriwal led AAP sets a historical victory in Delhi assembly election 2015 – with victory over 67 seats of the 70 member house – leaving its main rival BJP trailing far behind. BJP won only 3 seats with defeat of it’s Chief Ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi. The Indian National Congress(INC) scored a zero this time.

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The Aam Aadmi Party got historical 54.3% vote share in this poll result.

Here are some live updates from the beginning of this historical day.

AAP sweeps BJP

Update on 02:45 PM
AAP won 52 seats, leading on 15 seats.
BJP ends the lost race winning 3 seats only.

Update on 02:03 PM
AAP won 41 seats, leading on 26 seats.
BJP won 2 seats, leading on 1 seat.

Update on 02:01 PM
AAP sets majority win with 39 seats, still leading on 28 seats.
BJP won 2 seats, leading on 1 seat.

Update on 01:58 PM
AAP wins majority.
AAP leader Manish Sisodia wins from Patparganj constituency defeating BJP’s Vinod Kumar Binny by over 24,000 votes.

Update on 01:56 PM
AAP won 35 seats, leading on 32 seats.
BJP won 2 seats, leading on 1 seat.

Update on 01:42 PM
AAP won 29 seats, leading on 38 seats.
BJP won 2 seats, leading on 1 seat.

Update on 01:22 PM
AAP won 21 seats, leading on 46 seats.
BJP won 2 seats, leading on 1 seat.

Update on 01:04 PM
BJP CM Candidate Kiran Bedi loses to AAP candidate S K Bagga by 2000+ votes.
AAP won 13 seats, leading on 53 seats.
BJP won 2 seats, leading on 1 seat.

Update on 12:53 PM
AAP won 10 seats, leading on 55 seats.
BJP won 2 seats, leading on 2 seats.
Congress scores nil.

Update on 12:49 PM
BJP CM candidate Kiran Bedi loses from Krishna Nagar constituency. Huge blow to BJP.

Update on 12:40 PM
AAP wins 9 seats, leading on 56 seats.
BJP won 1 seat, leading on 3 seats.

Update on 12:33 PM
AAP wins 7 seats, leading on 58 seats.
BJP won 1 seat, leading on 3 seats.

Update on 12:27 PM
Arvind Kejriwal wins in New Delhi constituency with 75% vote share. AAP candidate Alka Lamba wins from Chandni Chowk, Narayan Dutt Sharma and Akhilesh Pati Tripathi win from Badarpur and Model Town respectively

Update on 12:25 PM
BJP wins 1 seat, leading on 3 seats.

Update on 12:23 PM
AAP wins 5 seats, leading on 60 seats.
BJP leading on 4 seats

Update on 12:12 PM
AAP candidate Ajay Dutt wins Ambedkar Nagar seat by 40,000 votes defeating Congress’ Prem Singh.
AAP candidate Kartar Singh Tanwar wins from Chhatarpur defeating BJP’s Bharam Singh Tanwar.

Update on 12:08 PM
AAP wins 4 seats, leading on 61.
BJP leading on 4 seats.

Update on 11:58 AM
AAP wins 2 seats, leading on 62.
BJP leading on 5 seats.

Update on 11:42 AM
Journalist Barkha Dutt asks Kejriwal about Dharnas, tweets about Kejriwal’s stand – “I am commited to people”.

Update on 11:35 AM
AAP wins 1 seat, leading on 64 seats with 92% vote share. BJP is leading on only 4 seats with only 5% vote share. AAP candidate Narayan Dutt Sharma wins Badasrpur by a margin of over 90,000 votes.

Update on 11:17 AM
AAP leading on 65 seats with 92% vote share. BJP is leading on only 4 seats with only 5% vote share.

Update on 11:11 AM Arvind Kejriwal wishes AAP leader Dr Kumar Viswas on his birthday today.

Update on 11:07 AM
AAP leading in 64 seats with record 91% vote share.
BJP leading in only 5 seats with 7% vote share.
INC set with 0.

Update on 10:56 AM
Ajay Maken resigns from the post of INC General Secretary.

Update on 10:45 AM
Kiran Bedi congratulates Arvind Kejriwal.

Update on 10:36 AM
AAP leading on 62 seats with record of 88% vote share.
BJP is leading only on 8 seats with 10% vote share.
Congress is on 0.

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