New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party president Amit Shah on Tuesday dubbed the victory of the party in the just-concluded Delhi civic polls as a "stamp of approval" for the Modi government, saying it would serve as the "foundation" for a BJP government in Delhi.
MCD Election 2017: Exit polls indicate that the people will punish Arvind Kejriwal, Delhi's absentee landlord
If the exit polls that give BJP three-fourth majority in three municipal corporations in Delhi hold true on counting day, there are two broad takeaways: Firstly, the Narendra Modi wave continues and secondly, Arvind Kejriwal's fall was as spectacular as his rise to power.
New Delhi: The Congress leaders expressed hope that the voters of Delhi will remember their "track record" of governance and help the party in winning the MCD polls for which voting took place Sunday.
Polling has started early morning on Sunday, as registered voters started queuing up at 13,022 polling booths across the city.
The complaint has been filed on the direction of Delhi BJP president Manoj Tiwari at the North Avenue police station.
MCD Election 2017: Swaraj India chief Yogendra Yadav tells Arvind Kejriwal to resign if AAP fails to win
New Delhi: A day ahead of civic elections in Delhi, Swaraj India leader Yogendra Yadav on Saturday accused Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal of betraying the people's trust and sought his resignation if the AAP fails to win half of the 272 municipal wards.
Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia in a tête-à-tête with Firstpost's Pallavi Rebbapragada explains where the BJP disappointed voters and why people should vote for the Aam Aadmi Party in the upcoming civic poll in the National Capital.
With campaigning for MCD elections ending Friday, all eyes are now on 23 April for turnout and 25 April for the results.
The officer said the sensitive and hypersensitive booths have been identified on parameters including the number of cases registered in the area, demographic composition, experience during previous elections.
The Delhi High Court on Tuesday declined Aam Aadmi Party's request to use second-generation EVMs with paper trail in the 23 April civic polls in the national capital.
Ten days ahead of the Municipal Corporations of Delhi (MCD) elections, the new political party led by Yogendra Yadav and Prashant Bhushan — Swaraj India — armed with its manifesto has given a big push to its poll campaigning by using ‘colour power’ and ‘environment’ as strong weapons to combat its opponents.
Come try hack our EVMs and show they can be tampered with, the Election Commission said on Wednesday, inviting political parties and experts to the "open challenge".
MCD Election 2017: Here is all you need to know about the three-way contest for Delhi's civic bodies
MCD elections will be held on 22 April and the counting will be done on 25 April.