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AAP slinks away from election forefront as Narendra Modi and BJP look set to win

Friday, 16 May 2014 - 11:28am IST | Place: Mumbai | Agency: DNA Mumbai

As the BJP seems set to win in what may be the Congress’ worst defeat in years, the Arvind Kejriwal led Aam Aadmi party seems to have garnered a decent number of votes. 3.1% of the total votes are in the AAP’s favour as of now. 

Even Arvind Kejriwal is trailing behind BJP’s Narendra Modi in Varanasi by 35569 votes.

The party which is making its debut in the 2014 elections is leading in 4 out of 13 seats in Punjab one where Dharamvira Gandhi led over Preneet Kaur, wife of Amarinder Singh, this began with AAP and SAD leading by one in Punjab earlier today.

But a publicised tussle ended with Kirron Kher’s win over AAP candidate Gul Panag in Chandigarh. 

Even in Maharashtra where AAP put forward the candidature of Medha Pathkar in Mumbai, the party doesn’t seem ot have leads in any seat so far. 

The party which was considered as the third side to the Congress and BJP has not managed to bring any dramatic changed in a BJP wave that might just take over the Congress entirely for the duration of the next parliament’s tenure. 

 




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