Delhi municipal bypoll results: AAP leading in four wards; Congress ahead in one seat

The AAP candidates were leading in Shalimar Bagh North, Kalyanpuri, Trilokpuri and Rohini-C wards

Press Trust of India March 03, 2021 09:46:53 IST
Delhi municipal bypoll results: AAP leading in four wards; Congress ahead in one seat

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New Delhi: AAP candidates were leading in four wards as the counting for municipal bypolls began on Wednesday morning, election officials said.

The AAP candidates were leading in Shalimar Bagh North, Kalyanpuri, Trilokpuri and Rohini- C wards.

The Congress candidate was leading in Chauhan Bangar.

More than 50 per cent votes were cast in the bypolls for the five municipal wards held on 28 February.

Out of the five wards, four were held by the AAP while Shalimar Bagh North had a BJP councillor.

The results of all the five wards where the AAP, BJP and the Congress were main rivals is expected to out later on the day.

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