It is clear from the trends in the Delhi Assembly elections so far that the AAP government will be formed in Delhi once again. According to the Election Commission data, Kejriwal’s government is seen to be formed in Delhi while the BJP is seen to gain some seats. But the Congress has not open its account. AAP took a lead in the trends from Delhi election results counting, political strategist Prashant Kishor who devised the party’s campaign, has thanked the voters of Delhi. In a tweet on Tuesday afternoon Prashant Kishor said, “Thank you Delhi for standing up to protect the soul of India”.
There was a time when Prashant Kishor got a bit upset with Arvind Kejriwal. This time was for the Punjab Legislative Assembly elections. Then Kishor’s team contacted Arvind Kejriwal as a client. But Kejriwal then said that he did not need the services of Kishor. Then, Kishor had a deal with Congress and defeating AAP was no less than a challenge for Kishor. When Kejriwal announced his services for the Delhi elections,Kishor had commented that the most difficult contest for you was in Punjab.
Thank you Delhi for standing up to protect the soul of India!
— Prashant Kishor (@PrashantKishor) February 11, 2020
After the deal to handle the election campaign of the Aam Aadmi Party in Delhi, Prashant Kishor’s Indian Political Action Committee (IPAC) first conducted a ground survey and studied Kejriwal’s political strategy. Kejriwal was first advised to do the work of his government instead of personally attacking BJP or Narendra Modi. Then the Kejriwal’s speeches, interviews, instead of being stuck they started focusing on how we opened so many schools, rejuvenating schools, creating mohalla clinics, free treatment of injured in road accidents etc.
Along with this, Prashant Kishor created and promoted campaigns matching it. Acche Beete 5 Saal, Lage Raho Kejriwal, Dil ne Pukara Kejriwal Dubara… A trusted source working in the IPAC told that dedicated volunteers in every assembly seat. For this, AAP workers were trended.
In the trends so far in Delhi elections, AAP is leading in 57 seats, while BJP is ahead in 13 seats. Congress has yet to open an account from any place. The voting percentage of the Aam Aadmi Party is seen getting 53 percent votes, while the BJP is getting around 39 percent.