Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party reduced the BJP to a three-member opposition in the Delhi assembly. BJP's Chief Ministerial candidate, Kiran Bedi too lost the Krishna Nagar seat, which was so far considered a 'safe' BJP seat.
Only three BJP candidates in Delhi survived the AAP tsunami - Vijender Gupta, Om Prakash Sharma and Jagdish Pradhan.
Vijender Gupta won the Rohini seat, defeating AAP's C L Gupta by 5,367 votes.
Om Prakash Sharma won the Vishwas Nagar seat, defeating AAP's Atul Gupta by 10,158 votes.
BJP's Jagdish Pradhan defeated AAP's Mohd Yunus by 8,597 votes in the Mustafabad constituency.
BJP's Chief Ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi lost from Krishna Nagar, which was considered to be a 'safe seat' for the BJP.
Bharatiya Janta Party's headquarters and Delhi office remained quiet as Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party reduced the BJP to a three-member opposition in the Delhi assembly.
A man walks past empty seats in front of a stage set up for a press conference at the deserted headquarters of the BJP party in Delhi.
BJP's Jagdish Mukhi lost to AAP's Rajesh Rishi from Janakpuri.
BJP's Vinod Kumar Binny lost to AAP's Manish Sisodia in East Delhi's Patparganj constituency.
Former Union minister and Congress leader Krishna Tirath, who joined BJP just last month, also lost from the Patel Nagar constituency.