Counting of votes has begun for the Delhi Assembly elections. It is being carried out at 21 centres across the city amidst tight security. The counting started at 8 A.M. and the results are expected to be out by afternoon.
The entire counting process is being video- graphed. The Election Commission is displaying the trends and results on its website. The trends will be d every few minutes to display round-wise results of each constituency. These will also be available from the Voter Helpline Mobile App.
Delhi had witnessed 62.59 per cent voter turnout during the polling which was held on Saturday. A total of 672 candidates including 63 women were in the fray for 70-member Delhi Assembly.
In the last Assembly elections, Aam Aadmi Party had won 67 seats, BJP bagged three seats while Congress failed to win even a single seat.