The BJP was leading in all the seven seats in the national capital, with three of its candidates ahead by over one lakh votes, while the Congress and the AAP were trailing at the second spot in five and two seats respectively.
Aam Aadmi Party Convenor and Delhi Cheif Minister Arvind Kejriwal claimed that people are 'extremely happy' with the work of the AAP in Delhi, especially in the fields of education, health, water, electricity, road, sewage.
AAP's East Delhi candidate, Atishi on Thursday broke down while reading the pamphlet against her, that she alleged has been distributed in the constituency at the behest Gambhir, a charge denied by the cricketer-turned-politician himself.
Calling former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh a 'good man', AAP supremo, Arvind Kejriwal said it was him who shielded India from the global economic recession in 2008 by taking a series of timely measures.
Arvind Kejriwal's attack on Rahul Gandhi comes two days ahead of Lok Sabha elections in Delhi, which is witnessing a three-cornered contest as talks for an alliance between the Congress and the AAP did not fructify.
Many agree that the Kejriwal government did bring education into focus and infused energy into a moribund system that ran a thousand-odd schools in Delhi. But there is a flip side to the feel-good story.