New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday appealed to Delhiites to 'pray', hours ahead Delhi Assembly Elections are out.
Kejriwal took to Twitter account saying: “All the very best Delhiites. Do pray. Prayers are v powerful.”
All the very best Delhiites. Do pray. Prayers are v powerful.
— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) February 10, 2015
Between meeting party volunteers and clicking pictures with them, an upbeat Kejriwal on Monday said he was confident of his party winning absolute majority in the Delhi Assembly elections.
Counting of votes for the high-profile Delhi Assembly polls in which BJP and AAP are locked in a direct fight will be taken up today and final results are likely to be available by 1 pm.
The battle to win control over the city saw a resurgent Aam Aadmi Party giving a tough fight to the BJP.
All the exit polls have given AAP a decisive edge over BJP with one of them giving it as high as 53 seats in the 70-member House.
The BJP has rejected the exit polls and exuded confidence of wresting power in Delhi after a gap of 16 years. The party yesterday said it would get 34-38 seats.
A record 67.14 percent turnout was recorded in the polls on Saturday in which a total of 673 candidates.
Polling had taken place at 12,177 polling stations, of which 714 have been identified as "critical". Of these, 191 are "highly critical".