Given the party’s performance in this election, speculations are being made that Manoj Tiwari may be discharged from the post of Delhi BJP president.
New Delhi| Facing a crushing defeat in the Delhi Assembly elections, BJP state president Manoj Tiwari said that he congratulated Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on his victory. He said that the BJP does not believe in hate politics, but at the time of the election, when the atmosphere is like tensed, wayward statement is given.
Manoj Tiwari said that BJP is showing victory in seven seats in Delhi. They will review the party’s defeat. The Delhi state president further said that he respects the mandate of the people, but in this election, BJP’s vote percentage has increased.
He cited previous elections, saying that BJP got 32 per cent of the vote in 2015, but this time it got 38.7 per cent. Tiwari further said that by looking at the Delhi elections, it seems that a new trend has begun. In which Congress has almost disappeared.
#WATCH Delhi BJP Chief Manoj Tiwari, when asked by a reporter if he (reporter) should delete the screenshots of the tweets posted by Tiwari (over Delhi elections)? #DelhiResults pic.twitter.com/gMrQ53EJYg
— ANI (@ANI) February 11, 2020
Manoj Tiwari can be removed as Delhi BJP Chief
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has completed a fresh election of the presidents in most states. The election of the organization is pending in Delhi due to the assembly elections. Given the party’s performance in this election, speculations are being made that Manoj Tiwari may be discharged from the post of Delhi BJP president. According to information obtained from sources, a new face may get the responsibility of the Delhi BJP.
The election of the national president of the BJP has recently concluded. JP Nadda was elected the national president of the BJP. Due to the assembly elections, the election of the state president was delayed for some time in Delhi. Now the election results have come out. The poor performance of the BJP continued in this election as well. The party has won only 7 seats in the 70-seat assembly.
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