Hundreds of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP ) members and supporters celebrated outside the party office as it surges towards a landslide victory in the Delhi Assembly polls.
Loudspeakers blaring their signature slogan "Paanch Saal Kejriwal" were heard across the national capital.
The counting of votes for the Delhi Assembly polls started on Tuesday morning amid tight security.
Senior party leaders, including Manish Sisodia and Kumar Vishwas, have gathered outside their Patel Nagar office along with hundreds of supporters.
Meanwhile, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has congratulated the Aam Aadmi Party for its landslide victory in a series of tweets.
"My hearty congratulations to AAP for sweeping Delhi Elections. All the best @ArvindKejriwal the new CM."
"This is a victory for the people and a big defeat for the arrogant and those who are doing political vendetta & spreading hate among people."
"My congratulations to all the Delhi voters, AAP workers and leaders for big victory. Well done to you. All my best wishes. We are very happy."
With the start of the counting of the votes #delhi2015, #delhidecides and #delhipollresults became trending topics on social networking site Twitter with people giving their reactions to the results.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Kiran Bedi too wished Kejriwal on the victory.
Full marks to Arvind. Congratulations. Now take Delhi to the heights it belongs to. Make it a world class city..— Kiran Bedi (@thekiranbedi) February 10, 2015
Here is what people tweeted about the Assembly polls:
BJP defeated, Cong decimated! AAP ALL THE WAY!!!!— raghu ram (@tweetfromRaghu) February 10, 2015
AAP is to the Delhi elections as Boyhood is to the Oscars. Maybe if you give Arvind Kejriwal 12 years, he could create a masterpiece too.— Akshar (@AksharPathak) February 10, 2015
BJP down to 8 seats. Wipeout looks complete.— Pritish Nandy (@PritishNandy) February 10, 2015
AAP :60 BJP: 10 This is how I would like to end it now ;-)— Ashok (@nationalizer) February 10, 2015
Not the defeat it self but think BJP would be slightly shaken by the extent of it. Pretty comprehensive. #Delhi2015— Rohit Pradhan (@Retributions) February 10, 2015