BJP leading in all 7 LS seats in Delhi

Tags: BJP, Politics
BJP was leading in all seven Lok Sabha seats in the national capital in what appears to be a direct contest against Aam Aadmi Party while Congress was in third position as per latest trends.

In prestigious Chandni Chowk seat, Delhi BJP chief Harsh Vardhan was leading by 9,920 votes against AAP's Ashutosh.

BJP's Meenakshi Lekhi was leading by 7,523 votes against AAP's Ashish Khaitan in New Delhi constituency.

In South Delhi constituency, BJP's Ramesh Bidhuri was leading by a margin of 9,487 votes against AAP candidate Devinder Sehrawat.

BJP's Parvesh Verma was leading by a huge margin of 42,794 votes in West Delhi constituency against AAP's Jarnail Singh.

In North East Delhi seat, BJP candidate Manoj Tiwari was leading by 19,433 votes against AAP's Anand Kumar.

Udit Raj of BJP was ahead by 18,410 votes in North West Delhi constituency against AAP's Rakhi Birla.

The Congress had won all the seven seats in 2009 Lok Sabha polls. The exit polls have predicted 5 to 7 seats for BJP this time.

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