Amid speculations of triangular contest between BJP, Congress and AAP in Delhi, the saffron party is seen to be heading towards crushing victory on all seats.

This election season, provision of local services must be jointly supported between various levels of a federal government structure.

Voting for sixth phase of Lok Sabha polls began on Sunday morning. A total of 59 seats from six states and Union Territory of Delhi are going to polls in the sixth phase.

Apart from Delhi where seven Lok Sabha seats are at stake, the polling will take place in Bihar for 8 seats, Haryana all 10 seats, Madhya Pradesh 8 seats, Uttar Pradesh 14 seats, West Bengal 8 seats and Jharkhand four seats.

"Two years ago, Uttar Pradesh was infamous for potholes in roads and bad electricity condition. When I entered Delhi today, I saw that AAP has converted Delhi into potholes," Yogi Adityanath said.

"I draw courage from the people of my constituency and this is the reason why I am joining the country's best political party BJP after getting freedom from AAP. I envision myself as a soldier for PM Modi's team in the service of the nation, said the AAP leader.

The chief minister had stepped on to an open jeep and shook hands with supporters and waved at the gathering when a man wearing a reddish maroon shirt climbed on to the vehicle and landed a slap on his face.

Chasing 161, Royals rode on some brilliant contribution from their top order as they crossed the line with five balls to spare.

Just when Delhi required six runs from the final over, the wicket-keeper batsman sealed the match with a six from the second ball, helping Delhi to grab the top position in the points table, with seven victories in their kitty. Whereas, Rajasthan remained at seventh place with just three wins.

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