BJP, which won 33 seats, has also fallen short of majority. This has led to a political pendemonium in Delhi. Congress was unable to make hardly any mark in the elections.
Nitish said the fall of the Congress was not due to a Modi wave, but due to anti-Congress wave in the country. Meanwhile, AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal is holding meetings with his partymen in Delhi. AAP is unlikely to form an alliance with BJP or any other party.
BJP has also ruled out forming an alliance with the AAP.
In this situation, the options available for Delhi are :
1.BJP can form a minority government and seek a trust vote in the Assembly.
2.President's rule in the national capital.
3.Re-elections can be held if there is no positive movement towards government formation.
(With agency inputs)