Whatever the end result, I’m able to take duty: Manoj Tiwari

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Raj Express The counting of the meeting elections held on February eight on 70 seats in Delhi continues. The Aam Aadmi Party appears to get a majority within the developments. Due to the outcomes, BJP state president Manoj Tiwari stated, "The trends indicate that there is a difference between AAP-BJP, but there is still time." we’re nonetheless alive. Whatever the end result, as head of state, I’m able to take duty.

Earlier Tiwari had said- "I’m not nervous in any respect. I’m assured that today can be good for the BJP. <! –

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                 If we win 55 seats, nobody ought to be shocked by this. Everyone has been tempted by their very own laborious work. Today is the sacrifice day of Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyay Ji. Incidentally, the election outcomes are approaching 11 February today. I really feel good that the result goes to return nicely in favor of BJP. ''

Before the outcomes, Amit Shah's posters have been put up on the BJP headquarters on Monday evening. Written in "We are not egoistic by victory and we are not disappointed by defeat." BJP, which has been away from energy for 22 years in Delhi, can also be seen lagging behind this time. However, it has benefited from 2015. BJP candidates lead in 12-15 seats. Whereas, AAP has received a majority within the developments.

Posters positioned at BJP headquarters

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