An RMN poll shows that people of Delhi are so annoyed with all traditional political parties, that more than 46% of them do not want to vote for any of them.
By Rakesh Raman
As the MCD election is approaching, the blame game between the political opponents is getting hotter by the day.
While the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) of Delhi chief minister (CM) Arvind Kejriwal is accusing BJP for the persisting corruption in the MCD, the local BJP blames Kejriwal for the misgovernance in the city-state.
Delhi BJP President Manoj Tiwari said Friday that people are annoyed with the nuisance politics of Kejriwal and the deputy CM Manish Sisodia should resign and fight a re-election to see the fate of his party.
Tiwari was referring to Sisodia’s comments that AAP lost the Rajouri Garden assembly seat as people were annoyed with the MLA Jarnail Singh.
Tiwari also said that people of Delhi have great expectations from BJP and in this election his party will get a two-third majority in all the three municipalities.
Meanwhile, an ongoing Raman Media Network (RMN) poll shows that people of Delhi are so annoyed with all traditional political parties, that more than 46% of them do not want to vote for any of them.
You are invited to participate in the following poll related to the MCD election to tell which political party can efficiently handle the affairs of Delhi and bring it back on rails.
MCD Election: Which party can save Delhi from impending disaster?
The MCD election is scheduled to take place on April 23, 2017.
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