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MCD Election: BJP Won All Three Bodies of MCD

Posted on: 26 Apr, 2017 Tags   MCD Election AAP BJP Congress

DelhionWeb: 26 Apr, 2017, The Aam Aadmi Party, controlled in Delhi's power, has faced a major defeat in the municipal elections. Once again, the magic of Prime Minister Narendra Modi climbed the head of the people of Delhi. In the MCD all three parties, the BJP has won a majority. With trends, Delhi Congress President Ajay Maken and MLA Alka Lamba resigned from their respective posts.

For the first time, AAP has contested the Delhi MCD election, while the Congress has slipped to third place. At the same time, the Delhi Pradesh Congress President has sent a resignation to the high command.

According to the figures, BJP got 39.3, AAP got 25.8 and Congress got 21.2 percent. According to trends, the counting of all three municipal corporations has BJP in 186, Aam Aadmi Party on 36, Congress 42 and others on 6. At the same time, in Delhi, the chief of the ruling Aam Aadmi Party and Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal seems to be getting a shock.

The BJP has won 66 seats in the North Municipal Corporation of Delhi. The Aam Aadmi Party got 21 and the Congress got 14 seats, while three others went to the account.

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BJP Not satisfied with the victories in the MCD, the victory dedicated to Sukma martyrs.

Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on the victory of BJP in the Modi government said that the state of chaos, excitement and egoism is clear.

Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said that victory and defeat are both part of democracy. In such a way, public opinion should be respected.

AAP does not show up on the expectation of the party, including Manish Sisodia, AAP leaders have reached Kejriwal's residence.

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Gopal Rai said

The BJP's power in MCD for 10 years, the results that came in Delhi are a miraculous victory.

This is not a Modi wave, EVM wave.

This is what happened in UP and Uttarakhand.

There is a big threat to democracy.

EVM wave is being run.

To ensure the right of the voter.

BJP wants to end democracy in any way.

After the results, we will discuss this together.

Sheila Dikshit quote

Attacking campaign should have been promoted.

I did not campaign, because no one told me.

BJP to lead BJP's big leader

Counting at 35 counting centers

A total of 35 counting centers have been set up for counting of votes. 13 for Southern MCD, 16 for Northern MCD and 6 counting centers for Eastern MCD. This time the main fight is between the BJP, AAP and the Congress. At the same time, in the exit polls after the voting, BJP has been asked to get a clear majority.

Mobile not allowed

EVM has been placed in 33 different educational institutions of the capital. According to the commission, only voting officers will be allowed to move and keep mobile at the counting place. In addition to this, the candidate will not be allowed to do the polling counting agent or any other person. If someone brings a mobile, then he will have to keep it on his own responsibility, so that no arrangement is made on the counting point of the commission.

For counting, this is the management

Comprehensive arrangements have been made for counting votes. Soon after the counting begins, the trend will start to begin, which candidates are winning, and who is going to win a majority.

EVM in three level security

The State Election Commission has made extensive security arrangements for counting. 20 thousand EVMs used in corporation elections have been placed in three tier security arrangements. More than 10 thousand jawans have been deployed in the security of EVM, including Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) personnel, armed police and large number of local police.
Trend of total 270 seats / wins

NDMC: BJP68, Congress14, AAP18, Others 2

1. Paramjit Singh Rana (BJP) Rajendra Nagar seat
2. Poonam (Congress) Jahangirpuri
3. Rekha Sinha (BJP) Jondounda
4. Ratan (BJP) Mangolpuri
5. Sonia (BJP) Sitaram Bazar
6. Ravinder Kumar (BJP) Chandni Chowk

SDMC: BJP70, Congress17, AAP 13, others 2

1. Manoj Kumar (BJP) Basant Kuj
2. Mukesh Suryan (BJP) Sagarpur West31
3. Pawan Sharma (BJP) Shawwal
4. Manesh Agarwal (BJP) Vasant Vihar Ward 64

EDMC: BJP38, Congress12, AAP12, others 0

1. Mohini Jindwal (AAP) Nai Limpuri
2. Veer Singh Pawar (BJP) Dilshad Garden ward 35 E
3. Rohit Kumar (AAP) Trilokpuri East
4. Pramod Gupta (BJP) Yamuna Vihar Ward 45
5. Rinku (Congress) Nandagiri
6. Sandeep Kapoor (BJP) Krishnanagar 21E
7. Kuldeep Kumar (AAP) Kalyanpuri Ward
8. Atul Kumar Gupta (BJP) Kondli
9. Geeta Rawat (BJP) Vinodnagar
10. Kiran (BJP) Trilokpuri

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