The National Capital Region of India witness Elections in accordance with the constitution of India.
Delhi Elections see a few percentages of vote shares which can actually make or break because of multiple party involvement. A party lost 0-7 in 2014 Lok Sabha elections wherein the same party won 67-3 in 2015 Delhi State elections. Fact of the matter was neither 0-7 nor 67-3 represented a big voting difference. For the Ruling Aam Aadmi Party game changers had been the traditional Congress vote bank and the first time voters. While first time voter’s results did not bring any positive signals during DUSU elections, most of the hopes of Aam Aadmi Party were to keep traditional Congress vote bank intact.
In an election that was billed as a referendum on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the AAP threw veterans of both BJP and Congress into the electoral dustbin in their traditional bastions. In 2017 By-elections were held for the two seats. Ahead of Delhi Municipality Elections AAP and Congress have split apiece the two Delhi municipality wards for which by-elections were held. The Delhi civic by-poll completed a washout of the Aam Aadmi Party with humiliating defeats for the party.
The year 2018 will witness Delhi Legislative Assembly Polls in 20 constituencies, after 20 legislators of the Ruling Aam Aadmi Party were disqualified for holding an office of profit. The brand of the work by the ruling party and with all the electoral promises if worked upon clearing elections for 2018 won’t be a tough deal for AAM. The win of 2015 was historic which marked faith of people in AAP. The figures might change if AAP forms government.
What the future holds for the AAP supremo Arvind Kejriwal, but there is a sense of strong conviction among certain section of people of AAP sweeping even 2020 Delhi Assembly elections. The vote share of middle class which went to AAP in 2015 should continue with its loyalty towards the party, which off late went to Congress. There can be also a minute possibility of AAP not able to show or bring out the same spark of 2015 and this 2020 Assembly elections may turn to BJP as there is a neck to neck fight between BJP and AAP.