MCD Election: Rajnath Singh Promises to Tame Kejriwal Government

Delhi BJP organized a flash mob show on April 20 to attract voters for the MCD Election on April 23, 2017.
Delhi BJP organized a flash mob show on April 20 to attract voters for the MCD Election on April 23, 2017.

In their campaign for the MCD election, the Home Minister of India Rajnath Singh and BJP Delhi Pradesh president Manoj Tiwari addressed public meetings in Kirari and Mustafabad on Thursday.

In Kirari, Rajnath Singh said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government takes decision in the interest of the nation and by its honest implementation wins the support of the people.

Be it the surgical strikes or the demonetization, he said, in both the cases the government took decision in the national interest.

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Rajnath Singh further said that the people of Delhi have been deprived of inclusive development during the last two years because the local Delhi Government did not implement the development schemes and did not allow the benefits of the Central schemes to reach to the people.

In these civic elections the BJP is getting full support of the people of Delhi and after the victory in the civic elections, the BJP leadership will ensure that the Kejriwal Government does not put hindrance in the services provided by the civic bodies, Rajnath Singh said.

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Manoj Tiwari said that just after being appointed as the president of Delhi BJP, I went amongst the people belonging to scheduled castes, backward classes, people living in jhuggi bastis, rehabilitation colonies, and unauthorized colonies and also stayed with them in order to understand their problems.

Rajnath Singh in MCD Election Campaign on April 20
Rajnath Singh in MCD Election Campaign on April 20

“Today I can say that the people of Delhi have faith in BJP and on the 23rd April they will not only vote to make the BJP victorious but they will also use this opportunity as a referendum against the Kejriwal Government,” Tiwari said.

Photo courtesy: BJP

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