Delhi Assembly Elections, WHOZ LINE IS IT GONNA BE?

With the Delhi Assembly election being the hot topic of this season, it is quite a subject of contention also. With AAP(AAM ADMI PARTY) challenging the fortress of Sheila Dikshit, it is eminent that in this election we may see some unpredictable result scenario.

     Delhi Assembly has got 70 seats out of which 12 are reserved (as per latest amendment)
 Here is a quick glance at what previous years result was
Election Result 2008

SN Party Seats
Contested
Seats
won
Seats
Changed
 % Votes
1 Indian National Congress 69 43 – 4 40.31
2 Bharatiya Janata Party 69 23 + 3 36.34
3 Bahujan Samaj Party 69 2 + 2 14.05
4 Lok JanShakti Party 41 1 +1 1.35
5 Independent 1 0 3.92
Total 70 95.97

(source http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delhi_state_assembly_elections,_2008)
   And for the same I saw pretty more interesting stats for the 2003 election. It is often being said that who holds the NEW DELHI, holds the centre. It is generally believed that the mandate given to a particular political party in the Delhi Assembly election represents the kind of mandate (expected from the nation).  This was the performance of the NATIONAL POLITICAL PARTIES in 2003 Delhi Assembly elections

(source http://eci.nic.in/eci_main/SR_KeyHighLights/SE_Nov_2003/StatisticalReports_DEL_Nov2003.pdf)

Now coming on to the current scenario as per IBN 7 HT-C fore opinion poll survey Delhi Assembly Election 2013. Congress likely to get 32-37 seats, with AAP likely to get 7-12 seats in the current election. Where as the Times Now and CVoter survey shows that AAP is likely to get 4-7 seats where as Congress is likely to get around 23 (-20) from it’s current scenario, on the other hand BJP is likely to get a hike of around (10-15) seats compared to previous election.

So all in all, it’s going to be one helluva election

Moreover, as per my own interest I am about to do visualization on the same. Hope it’ll be up by tomorrow. Till the next time ADIOS!

P.S EXERCISE YOUR VOTING POWER, NO MATTER HOW BUSY YOU ARE !

CVoter poll survey, the Congress party is likely to drop to 29 seats from its current 43; the BJP is likely to 30 seats, an increase from its current 23 seats; while the Aam Aadmi Party will get around four seats.

Read more at: http://www.firstpost.com/delhi/delhi-elections-may-result-in-hung-assembly-says-survey-1118589.html?utm_source=ref_article

CVoter poll survey, the Congress party is likely to drop to 29 seats from its current 43; the BJP is likely to 30 seats, an increase from its current 23 seats; while the Aam Aadmi Party will get around four seats.

Read more at: http://www.firstpost.com/delhi/delhi-elections-may-result-in-hung-assembly-says-survey-1118589.html?utm_source=ref_article

CVoter poll survey, the Congress party is likely to drop to 29 seats from its current 43; the BJP is likely to 30 seats, an increase from its current 23 seats; while the Aam Aadmi Party will get around four seats.

Read more at: http://www.firstpost.com/delhi/delhi-elections-may-result-in-hung-assembly-says-survey-1118589.html?utm_source=ref_article

CVoter poll survey, the Congress party is likely to drop to 29 seats from its current 43; the BJP is likely to 30 seats, an increase from its current 23 seats; while the Aam Aadmi Party will get around four seats.

Read more at: http://www.firstpost.com/delhi/delhi-elections-may-result-in-hung-assembly-says-survey-1118589.html?utm_source=ref_articl

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