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Massive gain for AAP!

The Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party is set to retain Delhi with a massive victory on Tuesday. The initial trend suggests at least 50 seats for the party giving forcing Prime Minister Narendra Modi to read the writings on the wall.

The AAP is leading in 50 seats while is taking initial lead over AAP candidates in 15 seats. Congress is set to finish in third with just 3 seats.

BJP was trailing in 12 seats it had won in the last elections while AAP made gains in 16 seats when compared to the 2013 polls.

The counting began at 8 in the morning and the complete results are expected by 1 in the afternoon for the 70 seater Delhi assembly.

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