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BJP Will Get A Similar Answer In 2021 West Bengal Assembly Elections: Mamata Banerjee On Delhi Polls

Mumbai: The Aam Aadmi Party was a clear winner in the early trends of the Delhi assembly election, after which West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee congratulated her Delhi counterpart Arvind Kejriwal and gave a slogan to the BJP for the defeat. He said the BJP would get a similar response when its own state goes to the polls in 2021.

In Delhi, BJP tortured students, women. The saffron party received a befitting reply. The BJP will get a similar answer in the 2021 West Bengal assembly elections.

Mamata congratulates Kejriwal for his win as per the trends. “Congratulations @ArvindKejriwal as #DelhiResults show @AamAadmiParty all set to win #DelhiElection2020 with a thumping majority yet again. Leaders playing on faith through hate speech & divisive politics should take a cue, as only those who deliver on their promises are rewarded,” she said in a tweet.

She said this while addressing a rally in Bankura. He also said that this should be a matter of concern for the saffron party as it is slipping from state to state.

Also Read: I Thank People Of Delhi For Reposing Their Faith In AAP For Third Time: Arvind Kejriwal

The West Bengal CM’s statement came after the BJP lost consecutive elections in Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. It also failed to win a majority in the recently concluded Maharashtra and Haryana assembly elections. The same happened in the Jharkhand elections.

Counting is still going on at 21 centres in the national capital amid tight security. Voting was held on 8 February for 70 seats in the Delhi Assembly. With the counting trends, AAP is leading in 58 seats and BJP in the remaining 12 seats.

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