Aam Admi Party led by Arvind Kejriwal crushed the Bhartiya Janta Party and Indian National Congress in Delhi state election. Aam Admi Party captures more than nine-tenths of the seats in the capital. Kejriwal led AAP has left the world in a state of shock by winning 67 of the total 70 seats in the Delhi State Elections. The BJP, seen as a party of traders and big business, had slumped to 3 seats, its worst showing ever, with its chief minister candidate and former cop Kiran Bedi losing her seat. Congress, the BJP's main nationwide challenger, failed to win a single seat, underlining how far the Gandhi dynasty has fallen since the party lost power federally in 2014. Bedi factor failed to click for BJP: local party workers were not happy with sudden elevation of parachute CM candidate Kiran Bedi. In almost all opinion polls, Kejriwal was way ahead of Bedi as the preferred CM candidate. Anti-incumbency did not work in BJP’s favor: instead of focusing on issues and manifesto, BJP was wholly relying on anti-incumbency. Unlike BJP, AAP was much ahead from declaration of candidates to formulating its manifesto. Sweeping in Congress votes: congress could not keep its vote bank; there was shift from Congress to AAP. Congress was unable to recover its lost grounds. Modi factor did not work in Delhi: this was not an election about him. Even in last assembly polls, many voters had said that they would vote for Kejriwal in assembly polls and for Modi in the Lok Sabha elections. This distinction seems to have worked in AAP's favour again.