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Delhi Elections 2013 Results Live Streaming Telecast Online information and details provided here. Delhi Elections results is one of the most important for public because Aam Aadmi Party has changed the face of Indian politics by contesting clean and non-corrupted candidates. Results will be available for all list of seats of Delhi Vidhansabha (Assembly) on the Official website of the Elections Commission of India (ECI) as well as on CEO, Delhi.
Mehrauli (45) New Delhi (40) Laxmi Nagar (58) Mangol Puri (12) Ballimaran (22) Malviya Nagar (43) Rajinder Nagar (39) Gandhi Nagar(61) Kondli (56) Greater Kailash (50) Adarsh Nagar (04) Vishwas Nagar (59) Patparganj (57) Deoli (47) TriNagar Kirari (09) Chhatarpur (46) Burari (02) RK Puram (44) Badli (05) Nangloi Jat (11) Shakur Basti (15) Vikaspuri (31) Rajouri Garden (27) Palam (37) Krishna Nagar(60) Hari Nagar (28) Sultanpur Majra (10) Narela (01) Rohini (13) Model Town (18) Delhi Cantt. (38) Rithala (06) Janakpuri (30) Madipur (26) Wazirpur (17) Seelampur (65) Mundka (08)
Karawal Nagar (70)
Uttam Nagar (32)
Tilak Nagar (29)
Chandni Chowk (20)
Matia Mahal (21)
Sadar Bazar (19)
Patel Nagar (24)
Shalimar Bagh (14)
Kasturba Nagar (42)
Ambedkar Nagar (48)
Karol Bagh (23)
Moti Nagar (25)
Sangam Vihar (49)
We hope that information and details on Delhi Elections 2013 Results Live Streaming Telecast Online will be useful to all people through out the state as well as across the country.
Arvind Kejriwal has geared up for the upcoming Delhi Assembly Elections 2013. Aam Aadmi Party has made their election symbol more popular compare to other political parties of Delhi as they have recently announced it. Kejriwal is working very hard to win most of the seats in the Delhi Assembly. While two main political parties of Delhi, Indian National Congress (INC) and Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) are facing too much lose in the upcoming elections as predicted in various survey.
Latest survey has predicted that Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party will win around 18-20 seats which is more than previous survey. In previous survey, it was predicted that AAP will win 8-10 seats. Now, survey has predicted more than double seats compare to its previous survey. Still, two months left for the election voting in December, 2013. So, it is also predicted that it will be much more space for AAP to win more seats. So, it will be difficult for major two parties to form the Government in Delhi without support of Aam Aadmi Party.
It is also known that Kejriwal has decided to do not support any party if they will failed to get majority in the Delhi elections. So, it is much difficult for two parties BJP and Congress to win this election.
Let’s wait for the December month to see who will win the election of Delhi Vidhansabha 2013.
Delhi Assembly Elections 2013 is much more interesting day by day. Newly created Aam Aadmi Party is giving tough fight to major political parties Indian National Congress (INC) and Bharatiya Janta Party in the upcoming Vidhansabha Elections 2013 of Delhi. We have also seen that some survey has predicted AAP is gaining so number of seats in double digits which will eventually difficult for both parties.
As per the latest survey done by AC Nielsen for ABP News, it has predicted that BJP (Bharatiya Janta Party) will win majority in 70 members assembly by winning 32 seats. While on the other side, Congress which is led by Sheila Dixit will gain only 27 seats. Aam Aadmi Party will debut with good number of seats which is almost eight seats.
Earlier, Congress has also implemented Food Security Bill in Delhi to gain much better in the upcoming elections of state. It has also opened with so much crowd at various fair prices shops. We didn’t know how much of them will be turned into votes for the Congress.
While BJP is also trying to raise topics of the Delhi people like rising cost of living, price of electricity, water shortage and much more. While Aam Aadmi Party is also trying to showcase both parties corruption, only promises during elections and much more.
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