NEW DELHI -- A day after the Delhi assembly polls, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Arvind Kejriwal Sunday told his party volunteers to "relax for two days" till the vote count.
The man tipped to be the next Chief Minister of Delhi, according to most exit polls, spent most of the day with family.
Volunteers. U did an amazing job. Relax for 2 days. Spend wid ur family. Sleep. Watch movies. Meditate. Chill. God bless u.
— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) February 8, 2015
During campaigning, Kejriwal addressed as many as 110 rallies in the city, averaging four a day. The last one would usually continue until a little after 9 pm.
The party is awaiting the results of the poll coming Tuesday as the exit polls predicted a comfortable victory. Delhi saw a turnout of over 67 percent Saturday in voting for its 70-member assembly.