Pawar said that there's a lot of unease and unhappiness within the BJP about its leadership.
The counting of votes for the Delhi Assembly elections 2020 is still underway but as per the trends, the ruling Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has taken a clear lead and secured a major win. "Our confidence is based on a micro analysis of all the seats".
Kejriwal, 51, is a former bureaucrat and tax inspector who helped launch AAP in 2012 to rid the Indian political system and government of corruption and inefficiency.
There has been speculation that the Congress purposely ran a lacklustre campaign to ensure that AAP was able to defeat the BJP and win the city once again. Almost 24 hours after the polling ended in Delhi, the Election Commission on Sunday announced that the final voter turnout was 62.59 percent, five percent less than 2015. Exit polls have predicted victory for Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party, although the final results are said to be available soon.
Both Mr Chadha and Atishi contested Assembly polls for the first time. "You wait and watch, we will register a massive win", AAP spokesperson Sanjay Singh told reporters. "I do not think celebrations need elaborate arrangements. Celebrations can be arranged within minutes", said a top party leader. The exit polls too predicted that the punch-line worked for the saffron party and predicted a second term for Atal Bihari Vajpayee, with the NDA winning anything between 230 and 275 of the 543 seats. Orders of special "Motichoor Cake" and "Kamal Barfi" were made in advance to celebrate party's victory after announcement of results. "What we already knew has now been confirmed by the people of Delhi, and that is BJP can not win elections on the issue of development".
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The BJP's Delhi unit chief Manoj Tiwari has cited the exit poll predictions of the 2017 Punjab Assembly elections to back his reasoning behind not believing the exit polls' findings in Delhi.
In 2013, Sisodia had won by a margin of 11,000 votes and in 2015 by over 28,000 votes.
AAP's Prakash Jarwal won the Deoli seat, defeating Arvind Kumar of the BJP, while the party's candidate Naresh Balyan retained the Uttam Nagar seat after defeating BJP's Krishan Gahlot.
Put simply, what is happening in India today is that voters are making a distinction between state and federal elections.