According to the exit polls, Congress looks set to for a mega rout. (Photo Credit: ANI File)
Congress’ leader in the Lok Sabha, Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury on Sunday said if Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal comes back to power, it will be a victory of 'developmental agendas'. His remarks have come amid most of the exit polls predicting a cakewalk for the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in the Delhi Elections. Chowdhury said that Congress fought the election with all its strength while attacked the BJP saying the saffron party put forth all the communal agendas to get victory.
AR Chowdhury, Congress on #DelhiElections2020: We— ANI (@ANI) February 9, 2020
fought this election with all our strength. In this election, BJP put forth all the communal agendas,& Arvind Kejriwal Ji put forth developmental agendas. If Kejriwal wins, then it will be a victory of the developmental agendas. pic.twitter.com/DbwuodH9uf
Moreover, on Saturday, most of the exit polls predicted a hat-trick for Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal with AAP set to register a big victory in the Assembly Elections. According to the exit polls, Congress looks set to for a mega rout.
Times Now-Ipsos exit polls predicted that Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will retain his chair with the AAP winning 44 seats against 26 for the BJP. Republic-Jan ki Baat survey gave the AAP 48-61 seats and the BJP 9-21 seats.
TV9 Bharatvarsh-Cicero predicted 54 seats for the AAP, 15 for the BJP and one for the Congress.
BJP rejected all the predictions saying exit polls were not "exact". "Exit polls don't have their math right. Also, the data is collected only till 4 or 5 pm... exit polls have got it wrong before as well" NDTV quoted Meenakshi as saying. "Our voters came late in the day and voted till evening," she added.
BJP MPs Parvesh Verma and Manoj Tiwari claimed victory for the BJP on Saturday and said the party will form government in the state.
Home Minister Amit Shah and BJP president JP Nadda during the whirlwind campaign for the polls had claimed that the party will win more than 45 seats in Delhi.