Assembly Election Result - AAP makes dream debut Victory for BJP in Delhi

Assembly election result of four states Delhi, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh were declared today in which BJP had landslide victory in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. In Rajasthan, BJP has won 162 seats in the 199 constituencies that went to poll. Congress has won 21, National People's Party, NPP-4 and Bahujan Samaj Party -3. With this, BJP will return back to power in the state.


In Madhya Pradesh, BJP has won 161 seats in the 230 member house, crossing the mark of 153 for two third majority. Congress has won 58 seats and leading in two, Bahujan Samajwadi Party won four seats and others three. With this BJP-s Shivraj Singh Chouhan will become Chief Minister for the 3rd time. BJP also secured Chhattisgarh in a close fight and secured highest number of seats in Delhi.


But the biggest surprise of this year-s assembly election is Aam Admi Party-s (AAP) dream debut in spite of being a 1 year old party. The debutante Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) put up a spectacular show in the battle for the 70-member assembly. Three time Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit herself lost to AAP founder-leader Arvind Kejriwal in the prestigious New Delhi constituency. Kejriwal, who had claimed that he would defeat the three-time chief minister, won by 22,000 votes. The Aam Aadmi Party's (AAP)stunning show in Delhi pushed the Congress to a humiliating third spot, with the BJP emerging as the single-largest party with 31 seats. AAP got 28 seats while the Congress was reduced to 8.
This results will give set the tone for upcoming general election to be held in 2014. The below table shows the result as of now (taken from Election Commission website)



Chhattisgarh


Madhya Pradesh


Party


Lead


Won


Party


Lead


Won


INC


2


40


INC


2


58


BJP


4


44


BJP


2


161


BSP


0


1


BSP


0


4


OTH


0


1


OTH


0


3

      

Rajasthan


Delhi


Party


Lead


Won


Party


Lead


Won


INC


0


21


INC


0


8


BJP


0


162


BJP


0


31


NPP


0


4


AAP


1


27


OTH


0


12


OTH


0


3