LG fires one bullet at me every day: Kejriwal

According to the CVoter poll, BJP will bag 179 seats while AAP will finish at 45 seats.

The Delhi Police on 21 April filed an FIR against some Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) supporters after Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Shazia Ilmi registered a complaint against them for abusing and trolling her on social media.

Addressing the booth-evel workers, BJP chief Amit Shah had said a favourable verdict could be a stepping stone to victory in the next assembly election in the city.

"One, pre-2006 EVMs without security features are being used in Delhi; two, these EVMs have no VVPATs; three, the EVMs are coming from Rajasthan (where he said EVMs were tampered with)".

Andrews Ganj's Congress councillor Abhishek Dutt, who is seeking another term, has been campaigning from unauthorised colonies to posh bungalow zones in south Delhi.

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In its arguments, the Delhi poll panel said the question raised by the AAP on the use of EVMs in the MCD polls was sending a wrong message to the voters.

Pandey said sensing defeat, the BJP is trying to adopt leaders from the already finished Congress Party, whose disgruntled leaders are abusing their own national vice-president Mr Rahul Gandhi and are praising the BJP - it means Congress was hand in glove with the BJP in the MCD loot. "They believed that they were more powerful than the leaders, the parties and governments".

However, there were some who outrightly rejected the BJP accusing it of failing to meet the expectations of the people of Delhi. Voting for the 272 seats of the three municipal corporations will be held on Sunday.

Kejriwal said the BJP-controlled municipal corporations had turned Delhi into a garbage dump in the last decade. And he insisted the only reason the AAP lost the assembly by-poll from Rajouri Garden here this month was because voters were upset that the AAP MLA resigned to contest in Punjab.

"If you get a majority in the civic polls (137 seats or more), I will admit that my understanding was wrong and that Delhi's people don't consider you a betrayer".

  • Adam Floyd