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MCD Exit Poll: Delhi Municipal Corporation elections have been held and now its results are awaited which will come on December 7, 2022. Before that exit polls are being conducted in which Aam Aadmi Party is seen demolishing BJP’s 15 years old fort for the first time. Its real results also do not have to wait for long, after two days they will be in front of everyone. The results of exit polls are telling that the magic of Arvind Kejriwal is intact in Delhi.
For the time being, let’s talk about the number of votes that Aam Aadmi Party and BJP have got in these exit polls. On the one hand, where the Aam Aadmi Party has made its identity among the poor people in Delhi, on the other hand, Kothi bungalows have voted for the BJP. Apart from this, the unemployed, working class and auto-taxi drivers have voted for the Aam Aadmi Party, which is a matter of concern for the BJP. The land of the MCD, which was in control of the BJP for the last 15 years, seems to be shifting.
BJP’s defeat in slum and colony areas
This time the MCD election is being considered as a battle of the nose. Here the direct contest is between AAP and BJP and BJP had fielded many big leaders in this election campaign. The special thing is that people living in slums and colonies have given maximum votes to Aam Aadmi Party. According to Aaj Tak Axis My India exit poll, 49 percent people living in slum areas have voted for AAP. So in this area, BJP got 28 percent votes and Congress got 11 percent.
If we talk about the people living in colonies and flats, then 42 percent people remained who voted for the Aam Aadmi Party. From here BJP got 36 percent and Congress got 10 percent. Apart from this, if we talk about the population living in bungalows, then 42 percent people have voted for BJP, 37 percent for Aam Aadmi Party and 10 percent for Congress.
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