Amit Shah next targets Delhi assembly 2020

Amit Shah hitting out at Aam Aadmi Party on Tuesday said that people have chosen 'politics of performance' instead of 'politics of excuses'.

Published: 02nd May 2017 09:27 PM  |   Last Updated: 02nd May 2017 09:27 PM   |  A+A-

Bharatiya Janata Party president Amit Shah. | Express

By Express News Service

NEW DELHI: Building ground for the next target of Delhi Assembly elections in 2020 , Bhartiya Janata Party National President Amit Shah hitting out at Aam Aadmi Party on Tuesday said that people have chosen 'politics of performance' instead of 'politics of excuses'.

After a historic mandate for the party in the national capital Shah first time addressing the newly elected municipal councillors said "This vote that we have got will be the foundation of the next Delhi assembly elections. I thank each and every worker of the party for this mandate".

Just before the Delhi municipality elections the BJP decided to not repeat any of its sitting councillors, triggering disappointment among few leaders of the party.

"The Delhi mandate establishes once again that the people of India are firmly with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. It is their stamp of approval on the Modi government's works. All the credit of this win goes to the booth level workers of the party” Shah added.

Rubbishing the claims of the Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's of tampering with the electronic vending machines Shah said no matter what the Delhi chief minister believes, the victory has got nothing to do with EVMs.    

Further Shah has also asked the party workers to spend 15 days at all the booth in the national capital for further expansion of the party.

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