The Aam Aadmi Party tweeted a photo of a young supporter donning the Arvind Kejriwal look complete with the popular ‘muffler’. (Photo Credit: AAP/Twitter)
Delhi Assembly Election Results 2020: the Aam Aadmi Party is on cloud nine! The incumbent party has been leading the trends since the counting of votes began at 8 am on Tuesday for the Delhi Assembly Elections. The AAP headquarters wore a festive look. Several party members are supporters were seen dancing to the beat of ‘dhol’. However, in this celebratory mood, a cute munchkin has stood out. Twitter is in love with this young AAP supporter. The Aam Aadmi Party tweeted a photo of a young supporter donning the Arvind Kejriwal look complete with the popular ‘muffler’. “Mufflerman” captioned AAP as it posted the photo of this super cute supporter. The mini ‘mufflerman’ has been identified by a Twitter as Avyaan. He is one-year-old.
Mufflerman ðŸ˜„ pic.twitter.com/OX6e8o3zay— AAP (@AamAadmiParty) February 11, 2020
At time of publishing this story, the tweet had garnered 5.7K ‘likes’. “He will be the CM one day,” predicted one Twitter user. ‘Adorable,’ said another. “Sooooooo cute,” was Twitter big mood for this photo. “Bal Arvind,” quipped another. (LIVE UPDATES)
The Aam Aadmi Party on Tuesday appeared to be heading back to power for a second term in Delhi with the party leading in 52 seats of the 70 and the BJP ahead in 18 as votes for the Delhi Assembly Elections were counted, according to Election Commission figures. AAP national convenor and Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal was leading in the New Delhi seat by 4,300 seats, while his deputy Manish Sisodia was trailing from Patparganj seat.
BJP leader Vijender Gupta, who is also leader of opposition in the Delhi legislative assembly, was trailing by over 1,200 votes from Rohini. As early celebrations broke out in the AAP headquarters in Rouse Avenue, BJP's Delhi unit chief Manoj Tiwari asked his party supporters not to lose hope.
"There are 27 seats where the difference of votes is between 700 to 1,000," Tiwari told reporters. Looking ahead at victory, he said he was not nervous and was ready to take on the responsibilities that a win would bring.
"All talk is over. We have to wait for the blessings of the people. I am confident it will be a good day for BJP. We are coming to power in Delhi today. Don't be surprised if we win 55 seats," Tiwari said. Kejriwal, who had led his party to a spectacular win of 67 of 70 seats in 2015, is expected to address party workers and the media later in the day. Most exit polls also predicted that Congress is unlikely to open its account even this time in Delhi, which it ruled from 1998-2013.
(With agency inputs)