Amid the anti-CAA protests by JNU and a large gathering in Shaheen Bhag, the Delhi Assembly elections took their center stage.
The state’s ruling government Aam Admi Party (AAP), BJP and Congress tested their luck.
But Delhiites gave a thumping victory to the common man’s party welcoming #AAP3.0!
Now, Arvind Kejriwal is back to the #DelhiCM post for the third consecutive time and will take oath at Ramlila Maidan on February 16, 2020. The party now has 16 first-time MLAs.
Of the 70-member Assembly, AAP alone claimed 62 seats (a little decline over its previous number of 67) leaving only 8 to BJP (a little rise over its previous number).
Whereas, the Congress party continued to be dull with a further dip in vote percentage.
Analysts say that AAP Government’s efforts in the form of cheap water and electricity, improved healthcare and educational facilities, among other reforms worked out for the party, keeping them away from the word of divisive politics.
While BJP’s Amit Shah-led campaigns and claims over AAP-Congress collaboration in anti-CAA protests did not reflect well in Delhi voters’ electoral decision.