Buoyed after winning all seven Lok Sabha seats in Delhi, BJP expresses confidence in wresting power from AAP in Assembly polls
Tiwari attributed BJP's victory in Delhi to the works of the Narendra Modi government. The victory margins were massive this time. BJP's West Delhi candidate Parvesh Singh Verma won by a margin 5,78,486 votes.
The BJP has been out of power in the city for more than 25 years
Delhi BJP unit Manoj Tiwari said that the AAP has been pushed to a distant third in Delhi in the Lok Sabha polls
Tiwari further claimed that people of Delhi have made up their minds 'to replace the AAP dispensation with a strong government under the BJP in 2020'
New Delhi: After it won all seven Lok Sabha seats in the national capital by huge margins, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Thursday exuded confidence that it would wrest power in the city from the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in next year's Assembly elections.
The saffron party has been out of power in the city for more than 25 years. Its last victory in Assembly elections in Delhi came in 1993.
"People of Delhi are determined to form a strong government led by the BJP for development of the city," city BJP president Manoj Tiwari said after victory of the party in the Lok Sabha polls.
"The AAP has been pushed to a distant third in Delhi in the Lok Sabha polls. Delhi people have rejected politics of lies," Tiwari said.
Tiwari further claimed that the people of Delhi have made up their minds "to replace the AAP dispensation with a strong government under the BJP in 2020."
"The negative politics practised by negative-minded leaders of Delhi has been rejected by the people and they are determined to form a strong government after Assembly elections," he said.
Tiwari attributed BJP's victory in Delhi to the works of the Narendra Modi government. The victory margins were massive this time. BJP's West Delhi candidate Parvesh Singh Verma won by a margin 5,78,486 votes, breaking his own victory margin record of 2014.
He was followed by North West Delhi candidate Hans Raj Hans who defeated his AAP rival Gugan Singh by a margin of 5,53,897 votes. Former cricketer Gautam Gambhir defeated Congress' Arvinder Singh Lovely by a margin of 3,91,222 votes.
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