Exit poll stands in BJP ground, AAP party keep a close watch at EVMs
Exit poll stands in BJP ground, AAP party keep a close watch at  EVMs
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The churning continued at the Delhi BJP state office after voting in Delhi late on Saturday. Union Home Minister Amit Shah reached the state BJP office. He reviewed the vote along with BJP President JP Nadda, National Organization General Secretary BL Santosh, Election Incharge Prakash Javadekar and all Delhi MPs and other leaders. He got information about the voting situation in each assembly constituency. After the nomination in Delhi on 21 January, till 6 February, Amit Shah tried his best to create an atmosphere in favor of the BJP by organizing 42 street meetings. BJP leaders remained in the fray till the last moment.

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According to media reports, he continued to get information about polling from the leaders involved in Delhi elections and reached the state BJP office at night. From each MP, he got information about the voting and the BJP's prospects in the constituencies falling within his parliamentary constituency. In the exit poll, the prospects of the return of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) to power were also discussed.

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He instructed the leaders to pay attention to such possibilities and prepare for counting and till then monitor the EVMs. He instructed experienced workers from each assembly constituency to be counting agents. On the other hand, a meeting of all the leaders of the Aam Aadmi Party was going on. Many leaders including Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, AAP MP Sanjay Singh were present in the meeting. During this time, a decision was also taken to deploy AAP representatives at all strong rooms. To avoid tampering of EVMs, AAP has instructed its workers in all strong rooms to be vigilant.

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