New Delhi: Ajay Maken, who led the Congress campaign in Delhi Assembly Election 2015, on Tuesday said he was happy to see his party was doing better than what was predicted by exit polls.
“Even if we are getting two out of 10-12, it is better than the exit polls at least,” said Ajay Maken, referring to the trends available.
“It is too early, vote counting has just begun, will wait and then comment,” Maken said, when asked to comment on the possible outcome of the results.
As per trends available at 9:05 am, Congress is trailing in all 70 seats. AAP, on the other hand, is ahead in 36 and BJP in 10.