- "BJP headed for a big victory", predicted Yogendra Yadav
- Result reflects people's anger with Delhi government: Yogendra Yadav
- His party Swaraj India also contested MCD polls
The ballooning of the BJP in this election for three local corporations, Mr Yadav said, owes everything to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. "People have ended up rejecting the CM (Chief Minister) and electing the PM," he commented on NDTV.
Mr Yadav said his own Swaraj India does not expect much today. "This is a starting point, this is not our election to gain big seats, it was a foundational election," he claimed.
Even before the counting of results began, Mr Kejriwal repeated electronic voting machines or EVMs for being rigged, a claim he first made when his party failed to win Punjab in February's election, defying a massive campaign fronted by him and the forecast of exit polls.