MCD Election 2017: BJP eyes third stint in charge of Delhi's civic body

MCD Election 2017: BJP eyes third stint in charge of Delhi's civic body

FP Staff April 20, 2017 14:49:00 IST
MCD Election 2017: BJP eyes third stint in charge of Delhi's civic body
MCD Election 2017 BJP eyes third stint in charge of Delhis civic body

BJP's Delhi party chief Manoj Tiwari addresses a rally ahead of polling for the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD). Image courtesy: Facebook/BJP4Delhi

MCD Election 2017 BJP eyes third stint in charge of Delhis civic body

BJP has been in power at the MCD for the last 10 years and is seeking a third term at the helm of affairs. Image courtesy: Facebook/BJP4Delhi

MCD Election 2017 BJP eyes third stint in charge of Delhis civic body

BJP pulled off a major coup ahead of the polls, by getting former Delhi Congress chief Arvinder Singh Lovely to join. He was welcomed into the fold by party president Amit Shah. Image courtesy: Facebook/BJP4Delhi

MCD Election 2017 BJP eyes third stint in charge of Delhis civic body

The party has followed a template similar to the one used in Uttar Pradesh earlier this year. Image courtesy: Facebook/BJP4Delhi

MCD Election 2017 BJP eyes third stint in charge of Delhis civic body

Manoj Tiwari, a one-time Bhojpuri film actor and Lok Sabha MP from the capital, was made in-charge of Delhi in order to cash in on the large proportion of migrants from Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. Image courtesy: Facebook/BJP4Delhi

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