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Delhi elections: BJP hasn’t lost, its Congress that’s been decimated

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 11 February 2020 ()
It is hard to imagine the downward slide as Congress had managed to post a health vote share of 22.5 per cent compared to just 18.1 per cent for AAP in an election where Narendra Modi’s BJP swept all seven seats with a whopping 56.6 per cent vote share.
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