Delhi election has given the verdict of the people to all the parties i.e. local and other states that only work is what they are looking for. Let every party make a study and do their homework for the coming elections where divide and rule will not succeed but only their work for the common man will give them the chair and power.
AAP: They had a proper agenda for the election, a leader to show, the progress card that showed the work done and a look ahead plan for the next 5 years. They only talked about development and progress and was with people. Everyone talked about AAP giving freebies but that is what actually helped them to keep the poor and middle-class happy. When the central Budget took care of the rich and industrialists, APP thought of the poor and provided them some relief from the frame of their power which built faith and likeness among the people.
BJP: They had big leaders for the rally and hot topics like 'Shaheen Baug, NRC, CAA' but this did not help them as expected by the party. They always played the divide and rule and talked about building big Mandirs, etc but that did not gel well with the people. They had no front leader to be named for the CM post, no progress or development to show and even no plan for the coming years.
Congress: I never felt, they were actually fighting the election as they had no leaders, agenda, progress work or even a good look ahead plan for its people. The only party which is going down and amy even diminish in a few years if they don't work or learn from their mistake and stop internal fights within the party for seat or position.
App won the election with a majority of 62 seats out of the 70 seats but is -0.72% less as compared to 2015 i.e 67 seats in 2015 and 62 in 2020. For BJP, though they lost the election they had a rise of +6.3% i.e. in 2015 they had 3 seats and in 2020 they have 8 seats. For congress, it is a nightmare of -5.44% i.e they fell from 9.7% vote to 4.26% votes. 63 out of 66 lost the deposits which are very shameful for a party that once governed Delhi for 15 years.
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