Arvind Kejriwal stood in the Delhi election as a candidate for Chief Minister is predicted to win the election held on 7th February 2015. Assembly polls in the capital of India create a big buzz with receiving maximum votes by Kejriwal. After knowing this news, he thanked people for voting his party known as ‘Aam Aadmi Party’ which means a common man. He also won in the previous choice of 2014 but because of many problems in Lok Shabha, he resigned from the Chief Minster position. He expresses his happiness on social networking site of Twitter by tweeting and thanking the common people of Delhi. He also shows his gratitude towards the volunteer of AAP. There are total 70 seats in the assembly polls, among which he is expected to take over 31 seats to 53 seats according to the reports announced by IANS.
The voting started in the morning at 8 am with a strict protection around the voting machines as there are chances of fake votes. The tight security dint let anyone to give a fake vote. Around 67.08% voting’s seen for the 70 seats. According to the following reports, around 55,000 police were deployed to prevent fake ballot vote. For preventing any type of trouble in the assembly elections 2015, police handled the distribution of money, liquor and allurements.
Around 1.33 crores of people gave vote for selecting the CM of the capital states of India. Kiran Bedi stood in the opposition from Bhartiya Janta Party but fails to give a mark on the elections. She was not able to bring BJP in power. She is the first lady that was appointed for police adviser of United Nation. She was a lecturer, national level tennis player and IPS officer.
It is hoped by many of them that the prediction by the exit polls should come true.