Delhi election results: Highlights

Published: Tuesday 10 February 2015

  • AAP sweeps polls, wins 65 seats and leads in 2

  • BJP wins three seats

  • EC: AAP gets 54.2 per cent vote share, BJP gets 32.2 per cent, Congress has 9.7 per cent

  • Celebrations in progress at AAP headquarters

  • AAP's CM candidate Arvind Kejriwal wins in New Delhi

  • BJP's CM candidate Kiran Bedi trails in Krishna Nagar

  • Ajay Maken, Congress general secretary and former Union minister, loses to AAP's Som Dutt in Sadar Bazar

  • AAP wins all 13 assembly constituencies along the Yamuna; river remains polluted despite crores of rupees of investment

  • Delhi has 70 constituencies and nearly 13 million voters

  • On February 7, polling was conducted across 11,763 booths in the capital 

  • This election, voters registered a record turnout of 67.14 per cent, the highest in an assembly poll in Delhi so far

  • Gokalpur constituency of northeast Delhi registered the maximum of 73.46 per cent turnout

  • This time, one million more people voted than in December 2013

  • The last Legislative Assembly of Delhi was formally dissolved by the President of India on November 4, 2014


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