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BJP Will Be Wiped Out From Delhi In 2022: Sisodia Following AAP’s Win In MCD By-Polls

Mumbai: After the Aam Aadmi Party’s victory in four of the five municipal wards in New Delhi, AAP leader Manish Sisodia said on Wednesday that the result is a message for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and would later win the civic body elections in 2022.

Sisodia said, “The people of Delhi have reposed faith in us. They are fed up with the BJP and this election is an indication that the BJP will be eliminated in the 2022 Municipal Corporation elections.”

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The Deputy Chief Minister also congratulated the party workers over the win and tweeted: “Congratulations to the Aam Aadmi Party workers on winning 4 out of 5 seats in the MCD by-election. The people of Delhi are now saddened by the BJP’s rule. In next year’s MCD election public will bring Arvind Kejriwal’s honest and working politics.”

“The people of Delhi once again voted in the name of work. Congratulations to all. People are now fed up with the misrule of the BJP for 15 years in the MCD. People are now desperate to form the Aam Aadmi Party government in the MCD as well,” Kejriwal tweeted.

The MCD by-elections, to be held on Sunday, were held in five wards – ward number 32N, (Rohini-C), ward number 62N, (Shalimar Bagh North) in North Delhi and ward number 02-E (Tripokpuri). Ward number 08-E (Kalyanpuri) and Ward number 41-E (Chauhan Bangar) in East Delhi – and 50.86 per cent voter registration.

Twenty-six candidates from BJP, Congress, AAP and other parties were in the fray. AAP candidate Dhirendra Kumar won from Ward 08-E (Kalyanpuri) with 7,043 votes, Sunita Mishra from ward number 62N (Shalimar Bagh North) 2,705 votes, ward number 32N to Ram Chandra (2,985 votes to Rohini-C) and ward. Vijay Kumar won. No 02-E (Trilokpuri) by 4,986 votes.

Congress leader Zubair Ahmad Chaudhary was declared the winner by 10,642 votes from Ward 41-E Chauhan Banger. Elections for 272 wards in three municipal corporations are due to be held in 2022.

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