The exit polls will forecast the number of seats different parties can hope to win in the 70-member Delhi assembly. A party needs 36 seats to be able to form government in Delhi. Stay tuned for our live coverage of the 2020 Delhi exit polls.

Delhi is witnessing a triangular contest among AAP, BJP and Congress. In the last poll, the AAP had won 67 seats, while the BJP won three seats. The Congress failed to open its account.

The Commission further said in its notice that the video uploaded by the Delhi CM has the potential of disturbing communal harmony and aggravating the existing differences between social and religious communities.

According to sources, BJP has reached figure of 45 seats taking into consideration the mandate of Lok Sabha polls in which party secured 65 of 70 Assembly seats under 7 parliamentary segments.

"The biggest issue today is unemployment and jobs. We asked PM many times, but he did not say a word on this. Earlier, the Finance Minister gave a long speech but she also did not say a word on it," Rahul told media.

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"We are giving time till 1 pm tomorrow for the BJP to declare a chief ministerial candidate. If they declare CM candidate by that time, I am ready to debate," Kejriwal said in a press conference here.