Even as Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) surged ahead of the BJP in early leads as the counting of votes for the Delhi assembly election, the party said it's good to be alert when it comes to the safety of voting machines. After the polling on Saturday, AAP cited videos to back their claim that efforts are being made to tamper with the Electronic Voting Machines from the assembly elections. On asked of the party will apologise to the Election Commission, AAP's Shalini Singh said, "We are not going to apologise. It is very good to be alert. All parties should follow suit. We were very vigilant."