Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday thanked the people for AAP’s victory in the Delhi MCD polls and sought the cooperation of the BJP and the Congress as well as the “blessings” of the Centre and Prime Minister Narendra Modi to improve civic amenities here.

The AAP’s victory ended BJP’s 15-year rule at the civic body.The AAP won 132 seats in the Municipal Corporation of Delhi polls while the BJP was runner up with wins in 104 wards. 

“We all have to improve the condition of Delhi and I need cooperation of all, including the BJP and Congress. We need cooperation of all, especially the help and blessings of the Centre and the prime minister to do so,” Kejriwal said in his victory speech at AAP headquarters here on DDU Marg.

Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann and Delhi’s Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia were also present at the victory celebration of the party.

Both AAP and BJP has eaten in to traditional congress votes .

From BJP ruling establishment who were in power since 2014 star studded campaigners entered the filed inclusive of its party president JP Nadda and handful of powerful union ministers Anurag Thakur, Piyush Goyal, and the most powerful number 2 person next to PM modi is Home minister Amit Shah also conducted campaigns and road show for a civic body election.

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In nut Shell Eight BJP Chief Ministers and 27 Union Ministers campaigned in Delhi for a local body election. but still Delhi civilians strong verdict send shock wavers to BJP bosses 

Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) is the municipal corporation that governs most of Delhi, India. 

The MCD is among the largest municipal bodies in the world providing civic services to an estimated population of more than 11 million citizens in the capital city.

MCD is one of three municipalities in the National Capital Territory of Delhi, the others being New Delhi Municipal Council, and Delhi Cantonment Board. The municipal corporation covers an area of 1,397.3 km² (539.5 mi²).

MCD came into existence on 7 April 1958 under an Act of Parliament

As of 2011 India census, Delhi Municipal Corporation had a population of 11,007,835. Males constitute 55% of the population and females 45%. 

Delhi Municipal Corporation has an average literacy rate of 87.6%, higher than the national average of 74.0%: male literacy is 91.44% and, female literacy is 83.20%. 

In Delhi Municipal Corporation, 13% of the population is under 6 years of age.