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‘BJP will win more than 150 seats in MCD’, claims Ramesh Bidhuri – Manish Sisodia will go to jail

Ramesh Bidhuri On MCD Polls: Voting is going on for the municipal elections in Delhi. Meanwhile, all political parties are claiming their respective victories. Now BJP MP Ramesh Bidhuri has claimed the return of BJP in Municipal Corporation and said that BJP will win more than 150 seats in this election. The performance of Congress can also be good. He said that polling has been slow so far due to the cold, but now people will come to cast their votes. I have full hope that there will be 50 to 60 percent polling.

BJP MP Ramesh Bidhuri surrounded the Aam Aadmi Party and said that Arvind Kejriwal and AAP have now been exposed. Their lies have come to the fore and people have come to know about them. Arvind Kejriwal should give his report card. Children have reduced in the schools of Delhi.

“Manish Sisodia will soon go to jail”

He said that his minister Satyendar Jain is inside the jail. Manish Sisodia will also go to jail within the coming week or 15 days. South Delhi MP Ramesh Bidhuri cast his vote in the MCD elections at MCD Primary School in Tughlakabad village. During this, he also appealed to the people to vote in the interest of the nation.

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MCD election results will come on December 7

This time elections are being held for 250 wards in the Delhi Municipal Corporation elections. The polling began at 8 am on Sunday (December 4) and will continue till 5.30 pm. The counting of votes is to be held on December 7. For the last 15 years, Delhi MCD is ruled by BJP. However, this time the contest seems to be triangular between BJP, AAP and Congress. In this election, BJP leaders did more than 200 public meetings and road shows. AAP also held foot marches in all 250 wards while Congress held programs in almost every part of the city.

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