A survey done by ABP News-Nielsen has said that BJP will get thumping victory in Delhi Assembly, routing other parties Aaam Aadmi party and Congress. The poll survey predicts that Modi-led party will get 46 seats, more than its previous tally of 31.
Struggling with one after another crisis, the AAP will get only 18 seats this time. The rookie party had got 28 seats in December 2013 Assembly election in the capital and had formed 49 days government with the help of Congress. But it seems the party will not sustain the midas touch of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Congress will continue its tradition of facing defeat and this time it will be even bigger than last time it faced. The dynasty party's tally will go down from 8 to 5, says poll survey.
But one good news for the AAP is that party chief Arvind Kejriwal is still the most preferred Chief Ministerial candidate amongst Delhi people. When asked that whom they will prefer as a Chief Minister in the capital, Kejriwal topped the chart with 39 per cent votes.
BJP's Harsh Vardhan got 38 per cent votes, though party yet not zeroed in on his name as CM candidate in the national capital.
Earlier, to gauge the mood of the Delhi people, the party did their own survey. According to that, Poorvanchalis voters were happy with the party after they declared public holiday on the Chhath festival.
Moreover, women folks were also coming to its fold as the inflation went down in recent days. Even the middle class people were appreciating the party for bringing prices of vegetables, petrol and diesel down.
At a time when AAP has lost its charm amongst Delhi people and congress already is in tattered condition, chances is high that BJP will get majority.