My sixth sense says that BJP will form a government, says Manoj Tiwari
“I have the blessings of my brother and the people of Delhi. We have been waiting for our victory here. For the past few years. My sixth sense is to say that BJP will form the government. BJP will form the government in Delhi by winning over 50 seats.” Tiwari told reporters here.
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However, the BJP leader refused to appoint a leader who would become the prime minister if his party voted to power.
Up to 13,571 polling stations are in 2,688 locations. Of these, 3,141 are critical voting centers and 144 are vulnerable voting centers.
2,04,830 voters are over 80 years old, while 147 voters are over 100 years old.
The city is witnessing a triangular competition between the ruling AAP, which won an overwhelming majority in the last elections, the BJP and Congress. In the last survey, the AAP had won 67 seats, the BJP 3. Congress did not open its account.
Prime Minister Arvind Kejriwal led the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in hopes of retaining power for a second consecutive term. Similarly, the BJP is hoping to get a majority taking advantage of the popularity of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.