In Patel Nagar and Seemapuri reserved seats, AAP is ahead from its nearest rival. As per the Election Commission website, the AAP has got more than 50 per cent of votes with 51.6 per cent share in the total votes polled while the BJP has got 40.2 per cent votes. The Congress, which ruled the state for 15 years before 2013, has only got 4.43 per cent votes, half of what the party got in 2015.
The AAP is leading towards comfortable majority in the state.
The counting of votes for 70 assembly seats is still underway.
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