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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