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MCD victory to pave way for 2020 in Delhi: Amit Shah

Last Modified Tuesday, 2 May 2017 (15:02 IST)
New Delhi: Hailing the 'massive' victory of the BJP in the recently held MCD elections, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President, Amit Shah, today said that the people of the national capital have rejected the ‘politics of excuses’. “Delhi has rejected politics of excuses. chief must meet our booth workers to know the reasons behind our victory rather than blaming the EVMs for their defeat.

The allegation, which has been echoed by few other parties as well was rubbished by the Commission," Mr Shah said while addressing the newly elected as well as the outgoing councillors of the three Municipal corporations of Delhi. The BJP chief said that oppositions made all efforts to stop the winning streak (Vijay Rath) of Prime Minister Narendra Modi but now that the chariot has reached in Delhi. The party will work towards a victory in the 2020 Delhi Assembly elections. “The election results in the city send a message across the country,” Mr Shah said adding that winning election in Delhi came with a great responsibility because it was not only the capital of the country but represented the entire country.
Lashing out at the Arvind Kejriwal Government, Mr Shah added that BJP’s win in the MCD elections was a rejection of the negative politics followed by the Aam Aadmi Party. The BJP chief urged the new councillors to work for the people and not for themselves. "Delhi's election is a referendum for the BJP as the city has people from all regions across the country," Mr Shah added. Speaking on the occasion, BJP Delhi chief Manoj Tiwari said that the historic decision has come with a responsibility and it was their duty to perform diligently. (UNI)
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