- With the continuing reluctance of the BJP and the AAP to stake a claim to form a government in Delhi, the national capital seems headed for President's Rule and re-election in a few months.
- Any party needs a minimum of 36 seats to form the government in Delhi. The single-largest party, the BJP, is four short of this figure with 32 seats.
- AAP, which made an impressive debut, has 28 seats in the 70-member Assembly. Since counting ended on Sunday without a clear majority to any party, both the BJP and AAP have said that they would prefer to sit in the Opposition. On Monday, they reiterated that stand.
Print 02:29, 10 Dec 2013 - Asian News - Source: Hindustan Times
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