By Rakesh Raman
Delhi BJP president Manoj Tiwari released Sunday the party’s Sankalp Patra (Commitment Paper) for the municipal election 2017.
Tiwari said the municipal election on 23rd April, 2017 has a special significance. “This election will decide the course of things for Delhi, it will decide whether the next 5 years will be years of administrative deceit and anarchy or of development as visualised by Prime Minister Narendra Modi,” he said.
Tiwari called upon the citizens of Delhi to continue their trust in BJP by giving the party a complete mandate to work and develop Delhi into a city with model civic services.
He appealed to the people of Delhi to press the Lotus Symbol button of the electronic voting machine (EVM) to give absolute majority to BJP in all the three Municipal Corporations of Delhi.
Tiwari said that BJP team on manifesto drafting has worked hard to identify issues on which people of Delhi expect work from Municipal Corporations.
“We have given our plans in brief through this booklet named Sankalp Patra. To others it may look an election manifesto but for us it is a Commitment Paper to the people of Delhi,” he said.
The Sankalp Patra‘s booklet with quotes of Pt. Deen Dayal Upadhyay, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Narendra Modi, and BJP’s national president Amit Shah comprises 3 parts.
The first part lists the combined achievements of Delhi’s 3 Municipal Corporations during the past 5 years and earlier unified MCD administered by BJP.
In the core of the Sankalp Patra, Delhi BJP has committed to make Delhi the best Smart City of the country and identified 41 major points on which it has offered its resolve to work in next 5 years.
The third part carries a brief on the misdeeds of Delhi’s Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Government during the past two years, covering the corruption and nepotism stories of both AAP and Congress.
Photo courtesy: BJP
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