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Kejriwal explains to AAP’s newly elected councillors: “What made MCD election “extremely difficult”?

The Chief Minister of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal, addressed his newly elected councillors for the first time on Saturday, congratulating them on their victory in the MCD (Municipal Corporation of Delhi) elections and claimed it was one of the most difficult elections we have contested so far.

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New Delhi: The Chief Minister of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal, addressed his newly elected councillors for the first time on Saturday, congratulating them on their victory in the MCD (Municipal Corporation of Delhi) elections. He lashed out at the BJP and said that it was a tough election.

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The manner in which conspiracies were fabricated and the entire apparatus was used against us… I believe it was one of the most difficult elections we have contested so far,” Kejriwal can be heard saying in a video he shared on Twitter.

The AAP unseated the BJP’s 15-year reign over the Delhi civic body, winning the elections comfortably. Kejriwal spoke about the BJP’s extensive campaigning, and how the party’s top brass campaigned in the MCD elections.

“Seven chief ministers, 17 union ministers, JP Nadda sahab, Amit Shah ji, and all of them were present.” In addition, the media backed the saffron party. “In other clips,” Kejriwal continued, referring to the videos of Tihar-based Satyendar Jain, a convicted Delhi minister, that were made public just before the elections.

The Delhi Chief Minister responded to the BJP’s assertion that the AAP was a corrupt organisation by saying, “They did not declare that the BJP is honest.” They used to claim that the AAP is just as corrupt as them.

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After the merger of three civic bodies into one earlier this year, this was the first MCD election. It has also helped the ruling party expand its administrative powers in the city.

 

 

 

 

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