The Aam Aadmi Party has decided to relax on Sunday after the exit polls suggested its victory in Delhi assembly election, for which the polling ended on Saturday evening.
"Volunteers. U did an amazing job. Relax for 2 days. Spend wid ur family. Sleep. Watch movies. Meditate. Chill. God bless u," AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal had tweeted on Saturday.
Though the exit polls suggested that AAP will win with majority of seats and make government in Delhi single-handedly, BJP believes that it still has a chance to defeat AAP and said they doubt the exit polls.
"There is no doubt that the Aam Aadmi Party has given a good fight, but hopes of the BJP are still intact. AAP supporters are noisier and more open in support, but BJP supporters are not that vocal, hence the exit-poll results," ANI quoted party spokesperson GVL Narasimha Rao as saying.
As BJP is hoping to win this election, AAP is spending the day, relaxing and watching movie "Shamitabh". AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal has asked its party members to celebrate after a day of hard work.
"After hectic election duties, it's time to relax. Will go and watch movie. And meet few old friends," AAP member Ashutosh had said in a tweet.
The Exit Polls have indicated AAP's sure shot win, making way for Kejriwal to defeat BJP CM aspirant Kiran Bedi and coming back as CM of national capital. At least seven exit polls were released after polling ended and of that five indicated AAP's win while one suggested BJP's.
In all the exit polls, AAP is said to get votes between 31 and 53, while BJP will be make it to only 17 to 35 seats and on average, AAP will get 25 seats in the 70-seat assembly, according to The Times of India report.
However, the results on 10 February will only decide the fate of both the parties.
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While Datamineria has projected that BJP will majority seats, all the other exit polls suggested AAP will sweep away BJP from Delhi. But all of it suggested Congress' poor defeat, quite similar to Lok Sabha elections, with no seats to at least 5 this assembly elections.