MCD Election Result Updates

MCD Election Result Updates

MCD Election Result Updates

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Updates on MCD Election Results: BJP, which has been in MCD for three consecutive terms since 2007, is trying to lose control of the civic body to AAP.

The MCD was reunified earlier this year and this is the first election since then. Exit polls predict that AAP can easily take over MCD from BJP. Despite winning three consecutive municipal elections in the city since 2007, the BJP is expected to remain a distant second. In contrast, the Congress is projected to get only a small number of seats.

Of the 1.45 crore eligible voters who went to the polls on December 4, only 50.48% voted, i.e. around 73 lakh. According to data provided by the Delhi_State_Election_Commission, the affluent areas of south Delhi recorded the lowest voter turnout in the municipal elections. In 2020, the highest voter turnout was in North East Delhi and rural areas, which faced riots.

AAP is trying to oust the BJP from the control of MCD in Delhi and the counting of votes is currently underway. For recent updates, check here:

11:25 am:

AAP wins 44 seats in a close race over the BJP. 39
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has won 44 seats in the Municipal Corporation of Delhi, according to results released by the State Election Commission (SEC), while the BJP has taken control of 39 seats. Meanwhile, the Congress was able to claim four seats. Shakeela Begum, an independent candidate, has won the Seelampur seat.

A party requires 126 of the 250 wards in the MCD to win.

11:17 am:

For Congress, two more victories
The Congress party has staked a claim over Chauhan Banger (Shagufta Chaudhary) and Nihal Vihar (Mandeep Singh), taking both seats away from the Aam Aadmi Party, in addition to the Abu Fazal Enclave and Zakir Nagar seats.

11:15 am:

MCD elections: current results
Here is how the parties have done thus far as the MCD election results start to come in.

31 AAP seats
BJP has 32 seats.
Four seats in Congress
unbiased – one seat

11:09 am:

Shakeela Begum, an independent, is elected to the Seelampur seat.
Shakeela Begum, an independent, has won the Seelampur seat. She had achieved the same victory in 2017 while running for the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP).

10:58 am:

Congressional victory number two
The Congress candidate Ved Pal Sheetal Chaudhary has won the Aya Nagar seat. This is the party’s second victory in the MCD polls.

The AAP has won 13 seats, while the BJP has won 14.

10:53 am:

As voting progresses past the halfway point, AAP assumes the lead.
The Aam Aadmi Party overtook the Bharatiya Janata Party in 122 wards as the voting process for the Municipal Corporation of Delhi elections reached halfway.

According to the State Election Commission’s (SEC) results, the BJP won 10 seats and the AAP secured six.

10:48 am:

Opening an account and obtaining the seat for Abu Fazal Enclave
Ariba Khan, a candidate for the Congress party and the daughter of former Congress MLA Asif Khan, won the Abu Fazal Enclave seat.

10:47 am:

AAP and BJP continue to win
Pandav Nagar – Yashpal Singh
Ram Shakurpur, India’s Kishore Sharma
The Janakpuri West Kusum Urmila Chawla Kotla Mubarakpur – Lata

Amrit Jain will be running for the AAP Vikas – Civil Lines seat.

10:38 am:

AAP prevails over the BJP with 41% of the votes counted.
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which is leading in 99 wards, is now trailing the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in 123 wards after trailing in early trends.

So far, 41% of the votes have been tallied.

10:33 am

Four seats in the MCD are won by AAP.
The Daryaganj seat, where Sarika Chaudhary of the AAP has been proclaimed victorious, was won by the Congress in 2017.

Aarti Yadav previously won the Kapashera seat as an Independent in 2017; this time, she did it on an AAP ticket.

In 2017, Sultana Abad won the Jama Masjid seat with the Congress; this year, she has kept it, but on the AAP ticket.

Congress is ousted from the Ranjeet Nagar seat by AAP.

09:42 am:

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga on Wednesday expressed optimism over the party’s victory in the MCD elections.

The results will be out in a couple of hours, Singh added, mocking the AAP that had decorated the party office for victory. Let’s wait; We do not make bold, baseless statements like AAP and its leader Manish Sisodia. When the results are announced, not only the BJP office but the entire city of Delhi will be in a state of celebration and celebrations will begin. Our goal is to take home more than 150 (seats).

09:33 am:

AAP is closely behind the BJP at 90 of the 103 wards.

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is a close second, leading in 90 wards, while the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has taken the lead in 103 wards. The State Election Commission (SECpreliminary )’s trends indicate that the Congress is ahead in 10 wards.

8,07,408 votes in all have been tallied thus far.

09:30 am:

BJP’s message won’t be heard by the public, according to Saurabh Bharadwaj of AAP.

AAP leader Saurabh Bharadwaj told the reporters on Wednesday morning that he didn’t believe the BJP’s message would be well received by voters because it didn’t cite any of its accomplishments while campaigning.

Arvind Kejriwal, the chief minister of Delhi, and all top leaders, as well as MLAs, will be arriving at the AAP’s office later in the day, he continued. He expressed certainty that 180 seats would go to the AAP. A party requires 126 of the 250 wards in the MCD to win.

09:23 am:

BJP headquarters is decorated, and B L Santosh shows up

B L Santosh, the party’s national general secretary, arrived at the BJP office in Delhi as the ballots were being counted. State VC Rajeev Babbar and BJP MCD in charge Ashish Sood also arrived at the workplace.

09:19 am:

Most recent trends: BJP leads in 99 seats, AAP in 58

According to early trends, the BJP was in the lead in 99 wards while the AAP was in 58. While this was going on, the Congress gained ground in six wards and the NCP in one.

09: 16 am:

Regarding early trends showing the BJP in the lead, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Saurabh Bhardwaj expressed confidence in his party’s victory.

“Early tendencies, these. Isein sarkari logon ke votes hote hein, abhi postal ballots count hue hein pehle. (The mail-in ballots were tallied first. Those in the government have voted in favour of it.) Governmental pressure is present. But this pattern will shift. We’ll move 180 chairs,”said he.

09:14 am:

AAP gets prepared for winning.

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) office in Delhi was decorated with hoardings and balloons on Wednesday as the party remained optimistic in its ability to win the MCD elections.

09:10 am:

NCP establishes a lead in one ward

The Nationalist Congress Party has gained a lead in one ward as the MCD elections vote tallies continue.

Meanwhile, preliminary data from the State Election Commission showed that the BJP was in the lead in 83 seats. With 43 seats, the AAP was in the lead, and the Congress had four.

09:07 am:

We will surpass the 180-mark, the AAP is confident.

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Saurabh Bhardwaj expressed confidence in the party’s victory, predicting that it would win 220 seats or more.

Early polling results indicate that the BJP is ahead in 67 seats while the AAP is ahead in 30.

09:01 am:

BJP maintains its advantage as Congress gains in 3 wards.

Of the 90 wards where votes are being counted, the BJP was in the lead in 60 of them. Early trends from the State Election Commission (SEC) data suggested that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) was ahead in 26 wards and the Congress in three.

Vote tallying is currently taking place. These numbers represent early trends and might not be representative of the final outcomes.

08:51 am:

BJP keeps up its early advantage

Early trends revealed that the BJP was ahead in 47 seats and the AAP in 12, as the vote counting process was beginning. Meanwhile, the Congress continued to hold a one-seat advantage.

However, these figures might not be a good representation of the final outcomes.

08:47 am:

Congress is ahead by one vote.

Varun Dhaka of the Congress has gained ground in Sultanpuri while the votes are being counted.

08:45 am:

Currently, BJP is in the lead with 33 seats, followed by AAP with 8.

As voting for the Municipal Corporation of Delhi elections began at 8 am on Wednesday, early trends suggested that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) was leading in 33 seats and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in eight.

0830 am:

AAP and BJP are in the lead in early trends in 4 seats each.

As voting for the Municipal Corporation of Delhi elections began at 8 am on Wednesday, early trends suggested that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) was leading in four seats and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in three.

08:08 am:

What is at stake in Northeast Delhi during the MCD elections?

The MCD elections on December 5 were Delhi’s first elections after the riots of 2020.

Although Muslims make up about 13% of the population of Delhi, the 2011 census found that this percentage is 29.34% in Northeast Delhi.

All parties have fielded Muslim candidates in Mustafabad, an MCD ward designated for women. The AIMIM and the CPI(M) are also contestants, in addition to the AAP, BJP, and Congress.

According to exit surveys, AAP will win handily in the municipal elections, with BJP trailing far behind. The exit polls predicted that the Congress would only win a small number of seats.

According to the forecasts, Delhi’s residents have once again placed their trust in the Aam Aadmi Party. Based on these projections, Chief Minister and leader of the AAP Arvind Kejriwal expressed optimism for successful MCD elections.

According to some, Gujarat is the BJP’s stronghold, and it is a significant thing when a party receives 15 to 20 percent of the vote. Before thanking the people, we will wait for tomorrow’s final results.

Adesh Gupta, the president of the BJP in Delhi, concurred and voiced optimism for the party’s progress. “We had a successful campaign, and the responses received on election day provide us with compelling evidence that we will perform well. BJP will easily pass the midway point, he said.

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