BJP, Cong stealing oil from transformers: Kejriwal
- Author: Megan Austin Apr 23, 2017,
Apr 23, 2017, 2:18
He has also promised to put an end to the garbage woes in Delhi within a year and control the vector-borne diseases in three years. It estimated 13 seats for AAP in the North, 21 in the South and 11 in the East.
Soon after the 2015 victory, Yogendra Yadav and Kejriwal had a fallout.
According to Khetan, 61 per cent of the respondents blamed the municipal corporation for lack of cleanliness in Delhi and 60 per cent said corruption in the civic body was a major election issue.
However, there were some who outrightly rejected the BJP accusing it of failing to meet the expectations of the people of Delhi.
This the first MCD election that the Delhi voters will be able to use the "None of the Above" (NOTA) option.
· The counting and results will be out on 26 of April. Other parties in the fray include Bahujan Samaj Party, the Janata Dal-United, the Rashtriya Janata Dal and the Shiv Sena.
One killed after Class XII student runs car over people on foorpath
The police said that it registered a case at the Kashmere Gate Police Station and added that is continuing to probe the matter. The police have nabbed the driver of the vehicle . "His friends fled the scene after the accident", Narwal told IANS .
Interestingly, the BJP president was personally monitoring party's preparations for the high-stake MCD polls right from the distribution of tickets to campaigning and poll management.
The run-up to elections saw Kejriwal raising questions on the authenticity of electronic voting machines in the wake of some media reports and demanding that polls should be held through the ballot paper.
The run-p to the polls have also been dominated by allegations of tampered EVMs, made by Kejriwal, a charge rejected by the Election Commission.
Shah was scheduled to address a public meeting in Dwarka in southwest Delhi on Thursday evening.
The Delhi High Court on Friday dismissed the Aam Aadmi Party's (AAP) plea for the use of paper trail voting machines in the municipal polls scheduled on April 23, saying it can not pass such an order at the last minute. Congress had fielded some of its top leaders including Jairam Ramesh, Salman Khurshid and Shashi Tharoor for campaigning.