The AAP won 62 out of 70 seats.
The Delhi Assembly election finally draws to a close, with the Aam Aadmi Party winning in 62 out of 70 constituencies. The Bharatiya Janata Party secured eight seats while the Congress tallied zero.
In the campaign leading up to the election, the BJP sought to polarise the electorate, using the Shaheen Bagh protest against the new citizenship law and the National Register of Citizens to whip up communal animosity. The AAP steered clear of the citizenship protests, focusing on its governance record of improving education and healthcare in the capital, with some Hanuman bhakti thrown in for good measure.
The campaign saw a number of big names across parties holding roadshows and rallies in Delhi, hoping to drum up support. Amit Shah, for example, participated in a whopping 44 rallies and roadshows, but did that translate to the number of seats his party finally secured?
Here's a quick look.