New Delhi: The results of the Delhi Assembly elections have been announced. The Aam Aadmi Party has won strongly in this election. The same AAP has won 62 seats out of 70 seats. And BJP had 8 seats in its account. AAP has lost 5 seats in this election. Regarding this, the AAP party has reviewed the defeat in eight seats.
According to the information, along with CM Arvind Kejriwal, other senior party leaders and candidates also attended this meeting. In this meeting, each lost seat was reviewed. Apart from this, the reasons for the defeat were discussed in detail. Along with this, the reasons for defeat from the candidates were also discussed in detail. In this meeting, Arvind Kejriwal instructed all the leaders to keep constant contact with the public in the seats where the party has lost. With this, Kejriwal said that the problems of the people and their work should be resolved immediately. The AAP convenor told that a more close relationship with the public should be established so that the party can be trusted. All the leaders have agreed in one voice on this proposal of Kejriwal.
According to media reports, all the leaders in the meeting have expressed surprise that even after doing so much work, why did the Aam Aadmi Party lose eight seats? There was a special talk on the seats which lost by a very small margin. The seat of Laxmi Nagar is the most important among them. In the election results here, Nitin Tyagi of AAP lost to BJP's Abhay Verma by a margin of just eight hundred votes. Arvind Kejriwal instructed all the leaders of the same party to constantly discuss the work of the government among the people. Due to which the people who are benefiting from the government's schemes, have been asked to keep constant contact with them. The Aam Aadmi Party has established its name on consecutive victories in Delhi. Arvind Kejriwal will take oath for the post of Chief Minister for the third time on 16 February.