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MCD election 2022 exit poll result: The Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is predicted to sweep the Delhi civic polls, according to the exit poll results for the MCD election 2022. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) which has ruled the Delhi civic bodies for several years is likely to be dethroned by the AAP, this time. The MCD election 2022 polling was held on 4 December, Sunday, for 250 wards. The MCD election 2022 exit poll results were declared today.

Polling had begun amid tight security arrangements at 8 am on Sunday. The voting time ended at 5.30 pm. The votes polled in the MCD election 2022 will be counted on 7 December. Here are some major exit poll results for the MCD election 2022:

INDIA TODAY-AXIS MY INDIA EXIT POLL RESULT

According to the India Today-Axis My India exit poll results for the MCD election 2022, AAP is predicted to win 149-171 seats in the Delhi civic wards. The BJP, on the other hand, is likely to bag 69-91 seats. Congress is predicted to fall way behind with just three to seven seats in the MCD election 2022.

TIMES NOW EXIT POLL RESULT

Another MCD election 2022 exit poll result by Times Now shows AAP getting between 146 and 156 wards in the Delhi civic polls.

BJP, according to the Times Now exit poll results, is likely to lose the reins of the Delhi civic bodies to the AAP. Times Now exit poll shows BJP winning 84-94 wards.

JAN KI BAAT-INDIA NEWS EXIT POLL RESULT

According to the Jan ki Baat-India News exit poll result for the MCD election 2022, the BJP is projected to lose and the AAP is predicted to sweep the civic bodies this time. The seat share projected by Jan Ki Baat-India News exit poll result say AAP may bag 150-175 seats, while the BJP may win 92 – 70 wards. Congress may again fail to perform, winning just 7-4 seats.

MCD ELECTION 2022

Around 50.47 per cent voter turnout was recorded till 5.30 pm in the high-stakes MCD election 2022 on Sunday. The State Election Commission, in a statement said, the polling continued at some polling stations after 5.30 pm where voters had queued up inside polling premises before the scheduled time for the close of polls.

 

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