Delhi MCD Election 2022: Chief Minister and AAP national convenor Arvind Kejriwal will launch the party’s 10 guarantees for MCD polls today (Nov. 10) as the political race heats up. As the top leaders of the Aam Aadmi party travel to the landfill in Ghazipur with the motto ‘clean Delhi’, their auto-rickshaw campaign has also started.
Kejriwal chaired a pivotal meeting with senior MLAs and office holders on Wednesday to discuss the party’s preparations for the MCD elections.
“Kejriwal will launch AAP’s highly successful ‘Kejriwal Ki 10 Guarantee’ campaign tomorrow for the MCD elections. The people of Delhi are actively seeking such a government in MCD that can free them from BJP’s mismanagement, corruption, rubbish heaps and mismanagement. BJP has completely destroyed the MCD from within, they have destroyed Delhi, spread garbage everywhere, every trench mohalla and park is full of garbage. Traders are harassed and exploited by the BJP. The common man can’t even build his house unless he pays to the BJP’s mafia,” Sisodia told reporters after Wednesday’s meeting.
The 250-member MCD will go to the polls on December 4 and the counting of votes will take place on December 7. three straight terms. The high-stakes citizen polls are largely seen as a three-way contest between the BJP, the AAP and Congress.
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• MONKEY‘s Sisodia said the meeting noted how “disastrous” the BJP’s 15-year tenure in the MCD has been. He said they discussed in detail what the party plans to do for the common man of Delhi through the MCD.
• Sisodia was also questioned about the selection of candidates for the MCD polls and said that all applications are handled in a very professional manner.
• To take on the BJP, the Kejriwal-led party launched a campaign on Tuesday titled “Kude Par Jansamvad”. A public dialogue will be held at each of Delhi’s 13,682 booths.
• The Delhi Congress will release the first list of 125 candidates for the municipal elections in the next 48 hours, a source in the party said Wednesday. According to Delhi Congress chief Anil Kumar, a meeting was called earlier in the day to discuss the names of potential candidates.
• “The party poster is launched and the names of the first 125 candidates will be announced within 48 hours. The names are being finalized,” the source said, adding that party district chairmen have already met the ticket aspirants here. “Cleanliness in the national capital will be our main focus. The party’s motto for the polls will be ‘MCD matlab meri chamakti Dilli’, the source added.
• The BJP on Wednesday, a 20-member election committee formed for the upcoming MCD polls and it will be headed by the party chairman of the Delhi Unit, Adesh Gupta. The committee, including all seven BJP MPs from Delhi and other senior leaders, was formed after approval from National Party Chairman JP Nadda, a senior leader said.
• The committee will meet for the first time on Thursday to discuss party candidates for the polls for 250 divisions of Delhi Municipal Corporation (MCD) to be held on December 4. Delhi BJP is responsible for Baijayant Jay Panda and co-responsible Alka Gurjar will be special invitees to the committee.
• A high-level meeting chaired by the Delhi State Elections Commissioner was held on Wednesday to review and review general election preparations for the December 4 municipal elections, officials said.
• All aspects involved in the election process related to manpower, public order and security arrangements, including deployment of security personnel, central armed police forces, identification of sensitive and vulnerable polling stations, secure storage and transport of EVMs, etc. discussed in detail, they said. .
• Polling authorities also received a nomination from an independent candidate for the upcoming Civil Body polls on Wednesday, bringing the total number of nominations to two so far, a senior official said. The nomination is in for the Rohini C district. On Monday the polling stations received a nomination from an independent candidate. Both individuals who submitted their nominations are men, officials said.
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