new Delhi: Assembly elections in Delhi As quickly as we have closer, a round of accusations between your governing party and resistance functions features intensified. Meanwhile, Congress applicant Mukesh Sharma from Vikaspuri Assembly chair of Delhi gave a huge declaration on Saturday in Shaheen Bagh. Addressing a gathering, he stated that 'people tend to be anything from inside and anything from external. When we assist some body, i really do it with manhood. We have additionally assisted the individuals of Shaheen Bagh. Shaheen Bagh calls me personally day-to-day,
Mukesh Sharma is Congress candidate from Vikaspuri
Mukesh Sharma is a Congress candidate from Vikaspuri. <! –
He is pitted against Aam Aadmi Party's Mahendra Yadav and Bharatiya Janata Party applicant Sanjay Singh. The last time Congress gave Nand Kishore a ticket from Vikaspuri seat, but he could easily get only 19,540 ballots. Currently, AAP's Mahendra Yadav is an MLA.
# Mukesh Sharma, Congress applicant from Vikaspuri constituency: Main madad jab karta hun mardangi se karta hun, maine toh shaheen bagh walon ki bhi madad kar rakhi hai. Shaheen Bagh wale mujhe day-to-day phone karte hain. # DelhiAssemblyElections2020
– ANI (@ANI) February 1, 2020
Aam Aadmi Party applicant Mahendra Yadav obtained the election in 2015
In 2008, Congress candidate Nand Kishore Sehrawat defeated BJP applicant Krishna Gehlot from Vikaspuri installation chair. In 2013, Aam Aadmi Party applicant Mahendra Yadav beaten BJP applicant Krishna Gehlot. And in 2015, Aam Aadmi Party applicant Mahendra Yadav hoisted the AAP banner by beating BJP applicant Sanjay Singh.
Vikaspuri Delhi's largest installation
Vikaspuri may be the biggest assembly in Delhi in regards to voters. This region with blended populace was ruled by various functions at differing times. At present, the BJP is on three seating in this installation constituency split into six wards regarding the organization, the Aam Aadmi Party on two seating while the Congress on a single chair.
Let us inform you that beneath the Delhi Assembly Election, most of the 70 chairs should be voted on February 8, then your ballots are going to be counted on February 11.