New Delhi: A day ahead of counting of votes in Delhi Assembly polls, Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi said that she gave it all and is not anxious.
Bedi took to Twitter and tweeted, “Always by habit,b it tennis matches as teenager,or exams as a student, or challenging issues in policing,I Gave It All. Hence No Anxieties..”
Always by habit,b it tennis matches as teenager,or exams as a student, or challenging issues in policing,I Gave It All. Hence No Anxieties..
— Kiran Bedi (@thekiranbedi) February 9, 2015
According to exit polls, Aam Aadmi Party is likely to come back to power in Delhi.
Despite the exit polls predictions, BJP had yesterday expressed confidence of winning the polls in the national capital.
During party's review meeting at state headquarters yesterday, BJP national secretary Srikant Sharma has expressed confidence that the party will emerge victorious.
"We are confident of our victory. Even in the exit polls, the projected vote share gap between us and AAP is very narrow. We will win," he said, the PTI reported.
Delhiites turned out in large numbers to vote for Assembly polls in the national capital on Saturday and 67.08 per cent voter turnout was recorded.
The counting of votes for the 70-member Delhi Assembly is scheduled to take place on Tuesday.