Election Results 2013: Arvind Kejriwal, a new threat for Narendra Modi

Modi and Kejriwal
New Delhi, Dec 8: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is clearly heading towards to form government in Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan. Despite such results in four crucial states ahead of Lok Sabha elections, it seems that brand Kejriwal has emerged as a new and a big threat for brand Modi.

BJP has succeeded to influence people of the above mentioned four states where Modi, BJP's PM candidate, had carried out several campaigns. While Congress tasted a massive loss, BJP is all set to rule the states. However, experts believe that Kejriwal and his party might emerge as a real threat for BJP during Lok Sabha election which is expected to be held by May 2014.

As per latest trends around 12:30 pm, BJP was leading in 35 seats followed by AAP which was ahead in 25 constituencies. Congress, which has 43 seats in the current Assembly, was leading only in seven seats.

Experts believe that Kejriwal and AAP might emerge as a real threat for BJP

Sheila Dikshit, who has already sent her resignation to Governor, is trailing behind Arvind Kejriwal (AAP) by over 15,000 votes in New Delhi constituency at the end of the seven round of counting, according to Delhi Election Commission.

BJP's Chief Ministerial candidate Harsh Vardhan was leading in his Krishna Nagar constituency by 3,000 votes, the Commission data showed.

All Congress Ministers including A K Walia, Kiran Walia, Harun Yusuf and Raj Kumar Chouhan were trailing in their respective seats, pushing the party's tally to the third place.

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