Mcd Elections: 1349 Candidates In The Fray This Time

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1349 candidates are trying their luck in the MCD elections to be held on December 4. There are about 47 per cent fewer candidates this time as compared to the elections of the three corporations held five years ago. In the year 2017, 2537 candidates were in the fray in the elections of all the three municipal corporations. With Saturday being the last date for withdrawal of nominations, the election campaign has started gaining momentum in the streets and neighborhoods from Sunday.

This time the number of wards in MCD has been reduced from 272 to 250. In this way, the number of wards has reduced by about eight percent, while the number of candidates is about 47 percent less.

According to the Delhi State Election Commission, 2585 nomination papers were filed by candidates of BJP, Aam Aadmi Party, Congress and other parties between November 7 and 14 for the MCD elections. During the scrutiny, 1169 nomination papers were rejected, while 67 candidates withdrew their nomination papers. In this way, now 1349 candidates are left in the fray in the election fray. So this time there are 1188 candidates less than five years ago.

Maximum number of candidates in ward number-111
According to the commission, most of the candidates contesting the elections include candidates from BJP, Aam Aadmi Party, Congress and other parties, while around 400 candidates are independent. Ward number-111 Bapraula has the maximum number of 12 candidates in the fray, while the least number of 33 wards have three candidates each.

BJP stalwarts took out road show
For the MCD elections on Sunday, BJP stalwarts took out a mega Vijay Sankalp road show and appealed to the public to vote in favor of the party candidate. BJP National President JP Nadda, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, Chief Minister of Assam Himanta Biswa Sarma, Chief Ministers of Himachal, Haryana and Uttarakhand and several Union ministers fiercely attacked the Aam Aadmi Party government on the issue of corruption. Also asked for votes for development.

Double engine government will be formed in the corporation: Nadda
JP Nadda’s Vijay Sankalp road show started from Hamdard Mor in South Delhi. On this occasion, he said that when the people of Delhi wake up every morning, they read a new act of corruption by the Kejriwal government. Now, after the videos of immorality of a minister in the jail, the people of Delhi have completely lost their faith in the Kejriwal government.

By making the BJP win the municipal elections, the people will form a double engine government and by winning the BJP in the next assembly elections, the people will form a triple engine government in Delhi. The Kejriwal government has troubled the people of Delhi by obstructing the development works of the corporation by cutting the funds of the municipal corporation due to political malice and now the people of Delhi will never forgive the Aam Aadmi Party.

Dhami targeted Kejriwal
Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami said during the road show in Patparganj assembly that there are lakhs of Uttarakhand residents settled in Delhi who are also attached to their home state and have seen how Uttarakhand has developed under the guidance of the Prime Minister.
During this, he fiercely targeted the AAP government. Union Minister of State Meenakshi Lekhi said during the Shadipur Chowk road show that the Chief Minister showed many beautiful dreams of making Delhi London and Paris. But they made it the capital of pollution. Union Minister of State Jitendra Singh said that people from different states have settled in Delhi and they know how the BJP governments have developed in their states. BJP President of Uttar Pradesh Bhupendra Chaudhary said in the road show of Rohtash Nagar that lakhs of laborers of Uttar Pradesh live in Delhi and while Delhi has given employment to all of them, Chief Minister Yogi ji’s government has given employment to remote villages of Uttar Pradesh. is linked to development.
BJP MP Dinesh Lal Yadav ‘Nirhua’ said that lakhs of people of Purvanchal live in Delhi and most of them have themselves seen how Delhi’s Kejriwal government left them destitute during Covid, forcing them to flee their villages . BJP MPs Gautam Gambhir, Ramesh Bidhuri, Hans Raj Hans, Pravesh Sahib Singh Verma, National Spokesperson Dr. Sambit Patra, State General Secretary Kuljit Singh Chahal, Vice President Ashok Goyal Devraha, Impreet Singh Bakshi, Gaurav Khari, Harish Khurana, Praveen Shankar Kapoor and many others. Leaders joined in.

Expansion

1349 candidates are trying their luck in the MCD elections to be held on December 4. There are about 47 per cent fewer candidates this time as compared to the elections of the three corporations held five years ago. In the year 2017, 2537 candidates were in the fray in the elections of all the three municipal corporations. With Saturday being the last date for withdrawal of nominations, the election campaign has started gaining momentum in the streets and neighborhoods from Sunday.

This time the number of wards in MCD has been reduced from 272 to 250. In this way, the number of wards has reduced by about eight percent, while the number of candidates is about 47 percent less.

According to the Delhi State Election Commission, 2585 nomination papers were filed by candidates of BJP, Aam Aadmi Party, Congress and other parties between November 7 and 14 for the MCD elections. During the scrutiny, 1169 nomination papers were rejected, while 67 candidates withdrew their nomination papers. In this way, now 1349 candidates are left in the fray in the election fray. So this time there are 1188 candidates less than five years ago.

Maximum number of candidates in ward number-111

According to the commission, most of the candidates contesting the elections include candidates from BJP, Aam Aadmi Party, Congress and other parties, while around 400 candidates are independent. Ward number-111 Bapraula has the maximum number of 12 candidates in the fray, while the least number of 33 wards have three candidates each.

BJP stalwarts took out road show

For the MCD elections on Sunday, BJP stalwarts took out a mega Vijay Sankalp road show and appealed to the public to vote in favor of the party candidate. BJP National President JP Nadda, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, Chief Minister of Assam Himanta Biswa Sarma, Chief Ministers of Himachal, Haryana and Uttarakhand and several Union ministers fiercely attacked the Aam Aadmi Party government on the issue of corruption. Also asked for votes for development.

Double engine government will be formed in the corporation: Nadda

JP Nadda’s Vijay Sankalp road show started from Hamdard Mor in South Delhi. On this occasion, he said that when the people of Delhi wake up every morning, they read a new act of corruption by the Kejriwal government. Now, after the videos of immorality of a minister in the jail, the people of Delhi have completely lost their faith in the Kejriwal government.

By making the BJP win the municipal elections, the people will form a double engine government and by winning the BJP in the next assembly elections, the people will form a triple engine government in Delhi. The Kejriwal government has troubled the people of Delhi by obstructing the development works of the corporation by cutting the funds of the municipal corporation due to political malice and now the people of Delhi will never forgive the Aam Aadmi Party.

Dhami targeted Kejriwal

Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami said during the road show in Patparganj assembly that there are lakhs of Uttarakhand residents settled in Delhi who are also attached to their home state and have seen how Uttarakhand has developed under the guidance of the Prime Minister.

During this, he fiercely targeted the AAP government. Union Minister of State Meenakshi Lekhi said during the Shadipur Chowk road show that the Chief Minister showed many beautiful dreams of making Delhi London and Paris. But they made it the capital of pollution. Union Minister of State Jitendra Singh said that people from different states have settled in Delhi and they know how the BJP governments have developed in their states. BJP President of Uttar Pradesh Bhupendra Chaudhary said in the road show of Rohtash Nagar that lakhs of laborers of Uttar Pradesh live in Delhi and while Delhi has given employment to all of them, Chief Minister Yogi ji’s government has given employment to remote villages of Uttar Pradesh. is linked to development.

BJP MP Dinesh Lal Yadav ‘Nirhua’ said that lakhs of people of Purvanchal live in Delhi and most of them have themselves seen how Delhi’s Kejriwal government left them destitute during Covid, forcing them to flee their villages . BJP MPs Gautam Gambhir, Ramesh Bidhuri, Hans Raj Hans, Pravesh Sahib Singh Verma, National Spokesperson Dr. Sambit Patra, State General Secretary Kuljit Singh Chahal, Vice President Ashok Goyal Devraha, Impreet Singh Bakshi, Gaurav Khari, Harish Khurana, Praveen Shankar Kapoor and many others. Leaders joined in.

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