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The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) would win the elections to Delhi's three municipal corporations with the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) finishing a distant second and the Congress third, a poll survey has said.
In East Delhi corporation that has 64 seats, the survey showed the BJP getting 43, AAP 11 and the Congress 8 seats. It said in South Delhi corporation with 104 seats, the BJP was poised to get 60, AAP 21 and the Congress 10 seats.
The AAP was not in the fray during the last election as it was formed after the polls in November 2012.
The poll survey predicted that the Bahujan Samaj Party's tally would go down from 15 seats in 2012 to 7 and "others" would win 15 seats compared to 38 they won in the last polls.
According to a release, the survey was conducted in the third week of April among 6,374 voters selected randomly across all the wards.
The survey said the respondents identified electricity as the most important issue while also picking up drinking water, roads, government schools, government hospitals and cleanliness as other significant issues.
It said majority of people in east and north municipal corporations expressed dissatisfaction with the work of their sitting corporators.