Delhi BJP President Satish Upadhyay said that though he would not like to challenge the exit poll results he is confident that the party will form a government.
"I don't want to challenge the exit poll results, they have different terminology, different techniques. Why should I challenge them? But as far as my techniques are concerned, I am confident BJP will form the government," he said.

"May be the margin will be thin ...earlier we thought 45-50 seats..I am not boasting of that but we are confident," he added.

Upadhyay met BJP leaders R P Singh, Prabhat Jha, Ram Lal and Shazia Ilmi among others in the evening to take a stock of the current situation.
However, in the afteroon, the party office wore a subdued look and only a few party workers were seen who were discussing exit poll trends.
"On Monday we held this meeting to take feedback of the management,on Sunday we had taken candidates' feedback. And through the feedback we have got, we are very hopeful that all results will be in favour of BJP," he said.

Party workers said that today two separate pujas were offered at Hanuman Mandir in Connaught Place and at Chandni Chowk's Shiv Mandir.
"We have prayed to Hanumanji in the afternoon and also we will go for a puja in the evening to a Shiv Mandir in the evening," said a BJP volunteer.

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