Speaking out against the BJP’s alleged extortion and ‘bulldozer’ politics, AAP chief spokesperson and MLA Saurabh Bharadwaj on Thursday stated,
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AAP said that it's latest campaign will remind people of BJP’s incompetence and how the saffron party intimidated the Election Commission.
AAP MLA Atishi stated that the BJP sensed that the AAP will win over 250 seats in the municipal corporation elections just like it won 62 seats in Delhi and 92 in Punjab.
Rajender Ladla was the BJP SC Morcha district president and vice-president of Delhi State Regar Samaj. He had fought on a BJP ticket in 2012, in which he got 9,548 votes.
The party organised a training cum orientation session for vistaraks on Wednesday in which BJP national general secretary (organisation) BL Santhosh encouraged them to go to the voters 'prepared'.
East Delhi Mayor Shyam Sunder Aggarwal said many initiatives are lined up under BJP’s ‘Sewa Hi Samarpan’ programme from September 17 (PM Modi’s birthday) to October 7.
Some upset BJP leaders termed the suspension of three councillors as a 'desperate attempt' as the AAP has started mounting scathing attacks on the party.
Till now the AAP leader had been blaming Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) for the party's rout in polls.
Hazare blamed the AAP's inability to act on its promises for its differences with the people.
BJP today moved towards a thumping victory in all the three municipal corporations in Delhi by winning over 160 seats, crossing its existing strength of 138 as it decimated the AAP and the Cong.
The two channels have been asked to give reasons for airing the opinion polls in violation of Election Commission guidelines