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'AAP Bullet-Proof' to '...BJP Feels Current': What Today's Newspapers Say About Kejriwal's Victory

NYOOOZ 2020-02-12 05:30:00

The BJP won eight seats, up from three in 2015, and 38.5% of the vote share, up from 32.3% in 2015.
Unlike five years ago, when he had a support cast, AAP’s campaign this time was Kejriwal’s solo play."
It helped raise the party’s vote share by 6.4 percentage points but could not stave off the embarrassment of finishing with a single-digit score for the second time running.
The BJP had made Shaheen Bagh the focus of its election campaign, appealing to residents of Delhi to vote out "terrorists".
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