MCD election 2022: Raghav Chadha says BJP covered Delhi in garbage, will be cleaned by Arvind Kejriwal
The results of the Delhi MCD elections 2022 are in process and the national capital saw no clean sweep by Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party as it is in a neck-and-neck fight with the Bharatiya Janata Party.
According to the latest trends, AAP is leading with 130 seats while BJP has won over 100 seats. Amid this, AAP MLA Raghav Chaddha is confident about the party winning and said Mayor will be formed from AAP.
Speaking to ANI, Chadha said BJP had covered Delhi in garbage which will be cleaned by Arvind Kejriwal’s government. He further said the people of Delhi had decided to bring AAP into MCD so that Delhi become clean and beautiful.
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Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann hailed Kejriwal and said he has uprooted 15-year-long Congress rule in Delhi and now he will uproot the 15-year rule in MCD. Mann further said the people of Delhi don’t like politics of hatred and only vote for schools, electricity, hospitals, cleanliness, and infrastructure.
Meanwhile, Delhi BJP chief Adesh Gupta said the people of Delhi will take from Delhi CM as his party is indulged in corruption. On contrary, BJP raised issues, exposed AAP’s corruption, and unveiled its failures.
He further showed confidence in BJP coming to power in MCD for the 4th time.
Amid this, AAP has balloons and posters ready to celebrate its victory. Several videos and pictures of the party workers celebrating are doing rounds on the internet.
Earlier, AAP claimed that the party will win more than 200 seats out of the 250 wards. Exit polls have also predicted AAP as the winner, however, the early trends can see a tight fight between AAP and BJP.
Meanwhile, Congress has managed to win over 6 seats out of which three wards were won by the AAP in 2017.
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