After registering a win in the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) on Wednesday Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) ends the Bharatiya Janata Party’s 15-year reign.
Meanwhile, after gaining the majority Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia slammed BJP on Wednesday and said, “BJP didn’t work.”
“We thank the people of the city for trusting us with MCD. The people of the national capital have helped defeat the most corrupt and most negative party of the world for a glorious win to Arvind Kejriwal,” Sisodia said.
Taking to Twitter Sisodia tweeted, “For us, it’s not just a huge win, it’s a huge responsibility too.”
While addressing a gathering AAP’s Gopal Rai said, “The BJP used to say that our party is here to just cut votes and we only here to defeat Congress. Multiple raids were carried out, targeting us. When we used to raise civic issues, they used to allege scams. They even targeted Manish Sisodia. The people of the city have now spoken.”
It was the neck-and-neck contest between Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Aam Aadmi Paty (AAP), AAP gained a majority in the Municipal Corporation of Delhi elections on Wednesday.
The Aam Aadmi Paty (AAP) leads in 134 seats, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in 103 seats, Congress in 10 seats, and Others in 3 seats
After winning in the MCD elections Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday thanked the people of Delhi and said, “Thanks to the people of Delhi for this grand victory and many congratulations to all. Now all of us together have to make Delhi clean and beautiful.”
The counting of the votes started from 8 am onwards for the Municipal Corporation of Delhi election.
Delhi State Election Commission has geared up for the counting of votes for the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) election on Wednesday.
Earlier on 4 December, the MCD elections were held in the national capital where 50 percent voter turnout and a total of 1,349 candidates were in the fray for 250 wards.
However, in the MCD elections, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP will rule the municipal corporation of the national capital for the first time.