11th February was a big day for Delhi as people extended their enormous support to Aam Aadmi Party for the third consecutive time. Not because it is the elections of Indian Capital state but also for the two parties playing tug of war in the pre-poll period.
Though Aam Aadmi Party has some trust among the people, there has been a doubt on Kejriwal government’s ability to pull off this one. As BJP swept 7 out of 7 Lok Sabha seats in parliamentary elections every one thought there would be a fierce battle. But the anti-CAA effect, cutting ties with Shivsena under most dramatic circumstances, presence of Prasanth Kishor led BJP’s downfall.
Everyone had their eyes on Delhi, where the ruling Aam Admi Party (AAP) and BJP are at a great competition for the Assembly general election in the national capital. The polls conducted for 70 Assembly seats. With a majority of 13,508 votes, Aravind Kejriwal succeeded in retaining his throne over Delhi while he contested against BJP's Sunil Yadav. After this, Delhi BJP chief, Manoj Tiwari had said that being is chief, he is responsible for whatever is the outcome. Is he?