Union Minister Vijay Goel mocks Arvind Kejriwal, says Delhi CM suffering from EVM fever

Union Minister Vijay Goel today took a dig at Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's allegations that the EVMs used during Sunday's MCD elections were tampered with.

Union Minister Vijay Goel today took a dig at Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's allegations that the EVMs used during Sunday's MCD elections were tampered with.

"Baithe Baithe Kya Karein Karna Hai Kuch Kaam, Shuru Karo #EVMBahana Leke #DramaQueenKejriwal Ka Naam," Vijay Goel tweeted.

Baithe Baithe Kya Karein Karna Hai Kuch Kaam, Shuru Karo #EVMBahana Leke #DramaQueenKejriwal Ka Naam..?? #MCDelections2017 #ExitPoll https://t.co/oaiNfi2KdQ

- Vijay Goel (@VijayGoelBJP) April 23, 2017

Instead of "coughing" lies & cursing democratic practice/institutions,better contest elections from nations that suit your selfish interest. https://t.co/RvMgkJ1NCW

- Vijay Goel (@VijayGoelBJP) April 23, 2017

Oh no not again! Jao jao jaldi jao doctor ko bulao, nabs dikhao #Kejriwal ka haal batao??his #EVM fever seems to have started again #MCDpolls https://t.co/QAwxY773Yg

- Vijay Goel (@VijayGoelBJP) April 23, 2017

Arvind Kejriwal had raked up the EVM malfunction issue as people were casting their votes for MCD election.

"Reports from all over Delhi of EVM malfunction, people with voter slips not allowed to vote. What is SEC (state election commission) doing?," the Aam Aadmi Party convenor had tweeted.

MCD ELECTION 2017

State Election Commissioner SK Srivastava in a press conference after the voting said that Delhi recorded a turnout of around 54 per cent. North corporation's Bakhtawarpur ward recorded the highest turnout at over 68 per cent, while south Delhi's Lado Sarai registered the least turnout at 39 per cent.

INDIA TODAY-AXIS MY INDIA EXIT POLL 2017

India Today-Axis My India Exit poll has predicted an astounding victory for BJP that has been ruling the Municipal Corporation of Delhi for the last 10 years.

Out of 270 wards, the BJP is predicted to win about 202 to 220 seats, while AAP is expected to win 23 to 25 seats, Congress stands third with 19 to 31 seats.

While BJP held a vote share of 43 per cent, AAP at 24 per cent, Congress at 23 per cent and others at 10 per cent.

In North Delhi, which has 104 wards, BJP is leading the predictions with as many as 78-84 seats and AAP and Congress is second with 8 to 12 seats, while others are expected to win 1 to three seats.

Although Congress is in the third position, its voter share of 25 per cent has surpassed AAP's 23 per cent share.

The India Today-Axis My India Exit poll has predicted that in south Delhi, BJP will continue to dominate with about 79 to 85 seats in its kitty. AAP is expected to win 9 to 13 seats, while Congress is likely to win about 7 to 11 seats.

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