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PM Modi's statements didn't go well with people: Vishwas

Expressing confidence of his party's victory in the Delhi Assembly polls, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Kumar Vishwas on Tuesday said the voters of the national capital did not strike a chord with Prime Minister Narendra Modi this time.



New Delhi: Expressing confidence of his party's victory in the Delhi Assembly polls, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Kumar Vishwas on Tuesday said the voters of the national capital did not strike a chord with Prime Minister Narendra Modi this time.

"We will win today. Modi ji is a popular leader, the way he made the statements, it didn't go well with the people of the country," Vishwas told the media here.

Another AAP leader Jagdeep Singh said that his party would definitely form the government in Delhi.

"AAP is definitely forming its government. We will get around 45 to 50 seats," he told ANI.

Five out of seven exit polls have predicted that the Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP may return to power once again in the national capital, with the second place for the BJP. The Congress, which ruled Delhi for 15 years, has been placed at a distant third.

Counting of votes for the high-profile Delhi Assembly polls in which the BJP and AAP are locked in a direct fight will begin at 8 am today.

The Election Commission has made elaborate arrangements for the counting of votes. Counting will take place at 14 centers in nine districts of the national capital.

A voter turnout of 67.08 percent was recorded in the polling for the 70-member Delhi Assembly. A total of 673 candidates are in the fray this time.

From Zee News

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