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FINALLY, DELHI GETS A MAYOR
New Delhi: Delhi finally elected its mayor on Wednesday after almost two-and-a-half months since the civic body polls. Shelly Oberoi, who ran as a candidate for AAP, emerged victorious in the highly-anticipated election, defeating Rekha Gupta of the BJP. The AAP chief and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal termed the results as a victory of Delhiities and lashed out at the BJP, saying “goons” were defeated. The winning margin was 34 votes. The AAP’s Aaley Mohammad Iqbal defeated the BJP’s Kaml Bagri by a margin of 31 votes to become the deputy mayor of Delhi.